Siddhavat is of great religious significance similar to the Akashyavat in Prayag. There houses a huge banyan tree at the banks of River Shipra and a number of devotees came her after taking a holy dip into the river. In earlier times, this place was the worshipping place of the people belonging to the Natha sect. it is said that the tree was cut off by the Mughal rulers and iron sheets were placed there to diminish the growth of the tree. But this holy tree pierced the sheets and grew up significantly. Near the place, there is a hamlet called as Bhairogarh which is famous for its tie and dye paintings.