Chintamani Ganesh Temple, Kalamb
This is one of the eight Ashta-Vinayak temples of Lord Ganesh in Vidarbha and is known as Chintaman Vinayak. This temple, located on the Nagpur Yavatmal road is 40 feet below ground level.
Kalamb is a village situated on the banks of the River Chakravarti. This village is popular for the underground Chintamani Ganesh Temple, where an annual fair is organised in the month of Magha Shuddha, between Chaturthi and Saptami. Tourists also visit the holy water tank called ‘Ganesh Kunda’ in the village.
Chintamani Ganesh Temple at Kalamb. There is a typical underground temple dedicated to Chintamani. There is a famous water tank as ‘Ganesh Kunda’. The village is situated on the bank of river Chakravati. The fair of Shri Chintamani is held in the month of Magha Shudha from Chaturthi to Saptami. Kalamb, which got its name from the common tree Kadambu found in the area, was known as the city of ’14 Chavadi and 32 Mahals’ and it was the seat of the famous tribal Gond king.