Sultan then went to Morgaon to verify the temple. To his surprise,
he found here on the same site a beautiful darga and a grand mosque.
Pleased with it, he largely endowed it with cash and departed.
Before he turned his back, again Ganesh was found holding his Durbar
on a scale greater than the Sultan's, and was narrating all that
happened to the audience assembled then. But the truth is that the
mosque can become mandir, and vice versa if that great Divinity
enters the arena.
No bounds to the powers of that august divinity!
Later, the Sabhamantap was added by Karunwadkar, beautiful aisles by
Sardar Muzumdar, and the arched gateway with drum house atop by
Amrit Rao, the son of Peshwa BajiraoII. And many architectural
decorations were made from time to time by philanthropists and the
liberated victims of misfortunes. The Peshwas being ardent
Ganeshopasakas, made renovations to the principal temple. By
draining their treasure often. So its grandeur has been going higher
with the passage of time.