Kanwari has an old Shiva temple complex called 'Baba Sirigir Dham'. Lord Shiva is the main Hindu overall deity of the village along with the lord Hanuman, and local village deity is Bua Kanwari.
The temple complex has various structures including
- the main Shiva temple housing the Shiva lingam and stone statues of various Hindu deities including the lord Hanuman,
- an Akhara (abode for the hermits) for Sadhus (Hindu mystics) where Sadhus have their "dhuni" (hearth) where they reside and partake in discussions among themselves and villagers, as well as smoke "ganja" for the religious reasons.
- a 'cabutra' - a raised platform of made of brick and concrete and covered with plaster, for feeding the grain and water to the bird as a gesture of kindness, it was expanded in early 2000s.
- a Yagyashala - it is a canopy/paragola for performing "havana" (sacred fire worship rituals), it was built in early in 2000s.
- two old now-dried wells to the south east and to the north.
- Next to the Baba Sirigir Dham is the Ghat (stepped terraces) on the north side leading to the main Johad (water pond) where worshipers can ritually perform ablution and bathing before the "darshan" (viewing of the deities for the worship).
Location of the Baba Sirigir Dham is at wikimapia.