So finally comes the beginning of the most awaited festival for all Gujaratis (Guju people). Along with playing Garba and Dandiya ras everyone should also seek blessings from Navdurga because Hindu people do believe a lot in the power of the Goddess as well as the ‘shakti’ and miracles that do happens in the long 9 days festival called ‘Navratri’. Here are the famousDevii temples you can visit in Navratri in Delhi.
1 Chhatarpur Temple
Dedicated to Maa Katyayani this temple is located in a downtown area in Chhatarpur, Delhi, India. It is believed that Maa Katyayani removes the negativity and hurdles in one’s life it is also believed that Maa Katyayani is the symbol of peace and intelligence and also helps devotees to remove the Manglik Dosh if someone has.
2 Jandewalan Temple
Dedicated to the Goddess Aadi Shakti it is among the oldest temple that is located in Delhi on Jhandewala road near Karol Bagh.
Temple timings – 6 am to 9:30 pm
Because of the covid-19 situation though everything is normal now it is said precautions are always better than cure the temple trust has arranged the best facilities for the devotees of Maa Durga for all these people who are willing to do Darshan of Goddess in these purest days of the year can now check their official website also on youtube as well as on Facebook.
Live darshan timings for Jandewalan Temple
Check the official website of this temple to book your E-Pass JhandewalanMandir.Org
3 Kalkaji Temple
Dedicated to the Hindu Goddess Kali. This temple is situated in the southern part of New Delhi, in Kalkaji, India, a locality that has derived its name from the temple and is located opposite the Nehru place business center and close to the Okhla railway station, Kalkaji Mandir metro station. It is believed that the image of the Goddess Kalka here is self-manifested.
Temple timings – 4 am to 11:30 pm
4 Kali Mandir
Dedicated to Goddess Kali it is established in 1930 and is situated on Mandir Marg, close to Laxminarayan Temple (Birla Mandir) in Delhi. It is the center of Bengali Culture.
The Durga puja celebrated at the Kalibari, is one of the oldest Durga Pujas in the city. It first started in 1925. The puja celebration at Kali Bari continued to follow the traditional style, with traditional ekchalar Thakur (single frame for idols) and sholar kaaj.
Opening hours of the temple
Morning: 5 am to 2 pm
Evening: 5 pm to 10:30 pm
5 Shree Shitla Mata Mandir
It is one of the nine Shaktipeeths in the country Sheetala Mata Devi in Gurgaon Village called the Religious Temple pond attracts a huge number of people, the year around and especially during the days of Navratri also around Diwali festival this temple holds two times a year in Chaitra and Ashadh months.
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