On the slope of Hemakuta
Hill beyond the Krishna Temple, there are two huge stone images
of Ganesha. First one is the Sasivekalu Ganesha about 2.4
metres tall and ironically named as Sasivekalu or mustard
seed. The God is seated in a large open mantapa with plain
rough square pillars. The right hands hold the ankusa and
broken tusk, while the upper left holds a looped pasa or noose.
The lower left hand and the trunk are broken. The belly is
tied with a snake. This Ganesha is fashioned out of a single
boulder in sitting position.