One of the Ashtavinayak temple of Shri Siddhi Vinayak temple is at Siddhatek in Nagar district. The idol of lord ganesha is believed to be Swayambhu.
Siddhatek Siddhivinayak Temple in Siddhtek is along the Bhima River which flows southwards. One remarkable thing about the river is that however rapid its flow it does not make any sound while flowing.
Siddhivinayak temple is set on a hillock and faces North. The garhbhagriha, the sanctum of the temple is five feet high and ten feet in length. The threshold of the sanctum is made of brass. The deity is flanked on both sided by large statues of Jay and Vijay.
The deity of this temple is swayambhu, three feet high and two and a half feet wide, facing north. The trunk of the deity is turned towards the right. A Ganpati with the trunk turned to the right is considered to be the dynamic form of Ganpati. The statue is in one corner of a hillock. Devotees who wish to circumambulate the temple have to go round the entire hillock. This takes about thirty minutes to do.