In Siddheswari Temple, Varanasi all the devotees worship Goddess Siddheswari on the 9th day of Navratri in September-October. Maa Durga’s 9th form is Siddhi Dhatri. She gives all sorts of siddhi to her devotees. There are several types of siddhis mentioned in the Puranas. According to Devi, Purna Lord Shiva attained all the siddhis by her blessings. The Goddess consumes his half body so he is also called Ardha Nareshwar. Her devotees are freed from sorrow and get salvation after enjoying all the happiness in the world.
Siddheswari Temple Timings
The place of worship remains open from 05.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m. and from 04.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m. Timings are flexible. However, darshan is available through grilled doors all the time.
1 Ratneshwar Mahadev Temple
The distance is 250m so if you are walking, it will take 4 min to reach.
2 Shani Dev Temple
Distance from the same to this temple is about 5.5km so you can reach it within 20mins.
3 Panchkroshi Temple
200 m far from the temple can reach in 2min.
4 Gurudham Mandir
3.8km far from the temple can easily reach there within 10mins.
Where to stay?
On the festival of Navratri if you are planning to visit the Siddheswari temple then must visit the temples which are mentioned above these are the famous temple to visit nearby and book your stay with yatradham.org to get the best services and facilities.
1 Swastik Guest House
2 Hotel Bhagirath https://yatradham.org/varanasi-hotel-bhagirath.html
3 Hotel Nandini Palace https://yatradham.org/varan asi-hotel-nandini-palace.html
4 Kashi Stay Guest house https://yatradham.org/varanasi-kashi-stay-guest-house.html
5 Annapurna Telwala Dharamshala https://yatradham.org/varanasi-annapurna-telwala-dharamshala.html
6 Shri Krishna Dharamshala https://yatradham.org/varanasi-shri-krishna-dharamshala.html
So are you planning to visit this temple this year? Let us know in the comment sections if you have any questions related.