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Yavatmal: Devotees and pilgrims from all over the region have started thronging the famous vedic Chintamani temple at Kalamb, 22 km away from the city, for the last couple of days to have a glimpse of the Lord Ganesh and seek his blessings.

There are many legends about the inception of the temple, installation of the idols of Ganesh and other gods and goddesses in and around the temple.

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.

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