Dattatreya Temple is located at Ganganapur, Maharashtra. The presiding deity is Dattatreya, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu Dattatreya. The shrine at Ganganapur is in the process of assuming the form of a temple. It is currently more like an 'Ashram'. The main gate faces towards the west and is built in the Maratha model of 'Nagarkhana'. A spacious mandap (hall) is provided for the gathering.
There is a raised platform - the 'holy of holies' in the southern side
of the hall. Dattatreya Temple has a very small room divided into two by
a wall. There are two doors, and in the inner portion, there are the
images of Dattatreya and the 'Nirguna padukas'- a pair of sandals.
There is a very small opening in the wall in the form a silver-plate
framework, which allows pilgrims to have a glimpse of the image. Some
feet away is a door in the dividing curtain, where inside the sanctuary
are the Padukas. It is these Padukas that are the object of worship at
this place. It is a symbol of the constant and eternal presence of
Dattatreya in his form as Nrisimha Sarasvati.