The place where the peripatetic sage Mahamati Prannath and his disciples, who on reaching Panna realized the message of the awakening of one's soul. Constructed in 1692, this structure is inspired from both Hindu and Muslim architectural styles and beliefs.
The major attraction of this shrine is a circular building with nine marble domes called Guru Gummatji. Eight of these domes represent the eight directions and central dome has a divine golden Kalash.
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