Garhbor derives its name from the fort made by Bor Rajputs. ‘Garh’ means fort in Hindi language. Inscriptions inside the temple suggest that the village at that point was known as badri, hence the temple was considered to be the temple of Badrinath or Lord Vishnu. The idol is 85 cms high. The four arms of the idol hold conch shell, mace, lotus and discus.
Charbhuja ji temple was built by Shri Gang dev on the divine instructions that he had received in his dreams. Then, the king Shri Gang Dev installed the idol in his garh (fort) after recovering it from water. To protect this temple about 125 battles have taken place.
Charbhuja ji temple is known for its unmatched architecture with magnificent mirror work inside the temple. The highest shikhar of the temple is on the sanctum sanctorum, the shrine of Charbhuja Nath ji. White marble, lime mortar and mirror is used as the construction material for this temple. The gold sanctum shutters and silver entry doors combined with stone elephants are magnificent.