Jabalpur city located in India is called Sanskardhani because it is known for its idealistic culture and beautiful temples. Here there are temples of the ancient era, medieval era, and modern era which are known for their historical and magical story, and in every temple, the wish of the devotee is fulfilled. There is a temple in Majholi village, 40-50 km from Jabalpur, which is known as Vishnu Varah Temple. This temple is dedicated to lord Varaha, the 3rd incarnation of Lord Vishnu. This is a much-worshiped and miraculous temple, The temple is of the Kalchuri period and the idol of Lord Varaha situated in this temple is said to be from the 11th century. Vishnu Varaha Temple Majholi Jabalpur is located in Majholi, Jabalpur. Apart from Lord Varaha, there are also other idols that are very old and they are placed on the walls of the temple.
The idols of many gods and goddesses are fixed on the walls around this temple. This idol of Vishnu Varah was not there earlier in this temple or it is said that this idol was found by a boy while fishing in the village pond. Later this idol was made a temple and installed in it. Devotees keep coming to this temple daily, This temple is built in the middle of the village and the market area is also near this temple. Every wish asked from a true heart is fulfilled in this temple and that is why devotees come here from far-off cities apart from the village.