Khatu Shyam Baba, also known as Shri Shyam Ji or Barbarika, particularly venerated in the northern regions of India. He is believed to be the divine incarnation of the son of Ghatotkacha, a character from the epic Mahabharata. Khatu Shyam Baba is often depicted as a young boy with a peacock feather adorning his head, holding a bow and arrow. Devotees flock to the Khatu Shyam Temple in the village of Khatu in Rajasthan, where he is the presiding deity. His significance lies in his role as a symbol of devotion, righteousness, and compassion. Many devotees seek his blessings for the resolution of family disputes, fulfillment of wishes, and spiritual growth. The legend of Khatu Shyam Baba emphasizes the importance of unwavering faith and dedication to one's duties, making him a beloved figure among his followers. Pandey Marble Moorti is best known for its Khatu Shyam Baba Statue and Khatu Shyam Ji Marble Murti.