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Located on the busy lanes of Chattarpur in South Delhi, this temple's name is AdyaKatyayani Temple, believed to be one of the shakti peeths in India. The temple complex is huge with a large premises dedicated to Durga avtaars, a prayer hall for lord Shiv,...More
It was my first visit to this place and it was quite peaceful there. Everthing was so divine. Though, i went on sunday, so there was lot of rush. But it was a very good place. Try to visit this on a working day, so...More
Being one of a few temple I visited that dedicated to Goddess (rather than God), this temple does bring a sentimental feeling.
It also quite subjective - but I also a fan of Hanuman and they have a big statue of him in vibrant color...More
This temple is located in a down town area amidst green areas around. The main temple is dedicated to goddess Katyayani , maa Durga.. The temple complex has many other temples , such as , Hanuman Temple , Shive Temple, Ganesh temple, Shri Narasimha temple...More
Interacting with the people out in the temple, I could manage to get certain information about the place, The temple is known for its 'Moorti' which opens only once a month and 9 days of Navratris, twice in a year.
Located in Chhatarpur, south Delhi, it is a 10-minute walk from the Chhatarpur metro station. The temple was constructed in 1974 by Baba Sant Nagpal ji and is dedicated to Goddess Katyayani. It is built of marble and there are around 20 small and large...More