The basement of Gosavi Samadhi opens for public on the day of Guru Purnima. The temple is open for public all year around.
Trishund Mayureshwar Ganpati temple’s construction started on 26 August 1754 by Bhimjigiri Gosavi, a resident of Dhampur near Indore, and it was completed in 1770. The temple has an idol of Lord Ganesh with three trunks and six hands seated on a peacock. It is also said that it has a basement with an open hall with a couple of pillars along with a Samadhi of Gosavi. The basement is open to the public on Guru Purnima, where people can pay homage to the memorial of Gosavi. (Time Reference 3:38 to 3:53)