Mohan Nagar Durga Mata Mandir is dedicated to all the Navdurga and describes all nine forms of Goddess. They have a large garden view and installed a fire system in the main temple. Every day there are more than 500 devotees in the Durga Mata temple.
Durga Mandir Temple About
In the terms of security, they have also installed CCTV cameras. Moreover, the number of 400 devotees is even more than that can stand together in the huge court of the temple. Two-three thousand Shiv devotees arrive at this temple every Monday in the pure month of Shravan for Jalabhishek. It is also known as a historic temple and the history of this temple is hundreds of years old but the present form of the temple was built in 1978.
Durga Mandir Timings
Temple opens at 5:45 am and till 9:30 pm
6:30 am- Mangala Arati
7:30 pm– Sayan Arati
Durga Mandir Festival Celebrations
Mohan Nagar Durga Mandir celebrates almost so many festivals and nowadays the festival of Maa Durga Navratri is going on this temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga so they have to celebrate and worship Goddess Durga, there are celebrations of Navratri continue with the joy and lights many of the people join them to celebrate that temple and to play Garba as well as Dandiya.
Temples to visit near Durga Mandir
1 Arya samaj mandir
2 Modi mandir
3 Om sai darbar
4 Swami Ayyappa Temple
5 Hindon Shakti Peeth
6 Sani mandir
7 Shani mandir
How to reach?
Hindon Air Force Station, Indira Gandhi International Airport. It is approximately 44km from the airport to the temple.
Ghaziabad is the nearest railway station to the temple. It is located 5.5km away from this station.
Delhi-Meerut road. It will take 4.5km to reach the road to the temple.
Accommodations in Delhi
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