Literally the Temple of the Nine Planetary Houses, this is an unimpressive structure architecturally: a single-storeyed, pavilion-like building surmounted by onion-shaped domes and fluttering flags. From a platform around a peepul tree a red-robed woman dispenses blessings and advice, empowered by small red idols. According to a descriptive board, the temple is about 150 years old and is on the friveni ghat, or confluence of three rivers. The mysterious, and unseen. Saraswati is also supposed to mingle with the waters of the Shipra and Khan, here. Crowds of devotees assemble in the Navgraha Mandir when Saturdays fall on amavasya, or the dark New Moon nights.