Jyotiba temple is devoted to Jyotiba, who is believed to be the reincarnation of the trinity of Hindu gods - Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh. to succeed in the sanctum of the temple, tourists can have crossed 100 plus stairs. though the temple remains crowded with travelers throughout the year, it's throughout the Chaitra Poornima fair that the temple gets decked out in its best.
According to the legends, Bhairav was brought from North India and put in at Wada Ratnagiri by the immortal Mahalakshmi so as to kill Ratnasura, a demon. although the temple is sort of ancient time and again it's been restored. the present structure of the temple was engineered by the Scindia family of Gwalior. the most divinity of the temple is that the form of ‘Shivlinga,’ additionally referred to as Kedareshwar. Besides, there's an idol of Yamai and Chopadai.
The mesmeric beauty of the temple is witnessed throughout the year however throughout the special Chaitra Poornima fair, the temple appearance spectacular. an annual truthful takes place on the full moon night of the Hindu months of Chaitra and Vaishakha.