this victorious deed, Ganesh marched with his parents Uma and Maheswar towards
Gandaki, the capital of Sindhu, where the gods were imprisoned. Attempt at
mediation through Nandi failed. So war became inevitable, and when it started,
Sindhu's heroic lieutenants along with his brothers Kala and Vikala, and sons
Dharma and Adharma were killed effortlessly as that of killing a rabbit by angry
lion. When Sindhu much against the advice of his father Chakrapani to release
gods atleast to atone the sin and obtain forgiveness, entered the battle field
like Rudra, but Ganesh released an arrow aiming at the navel of Sindhu. It
shattered his stomach and out flowed the nectar given to him by Surya Bhagawan.
At once he fell down dead. Ganesh was enthroned and on that joyous occasion,
Brahma gave his two daughters Siddhi and Buddhi in marriage to him. Gods were
released and there was general rejoicing throughout the country. After ruling
the country for some years, Ganesh left for Kailas presenting his mount Mayur to
his brother Karthikeya. As this victory took place here and Dharma was restored,
and so this place is deemed very holy. Hence visitation by ardent Ganeshopasakas
in particular regularly.