1. Arta i.e., a man
in distress, 2. Jignasu i.e., a man with inquisitiveness to know the reality, 3. Artharthi
i.e., a man aspiring for wealth and 4. Gnani i.e., an enlightened man with no desires.
Thus, the Gita itself recognizes that a man in distress has necessarily got to go to the
Lord for relief and that relief is immediately granted when the mind of the devotee
becomes helpless and feels 'Niradhar' from any other human source. This type of devotee is
fully satisfied at this sacred shrine if only there is faith in him.
There is a Siva temple also on the hill as if to prove to the world that Hara
and Hari are both aspects of the same Lord. A Sanskrit Pathasala is maintained in the
temple of the hill where students are given coaching for oriental examinations.