Chaitra Navratri 2024: These are the famous temples of Delhi, visit Mata on Navratri


The festival of Chaitra Navratri is starting from Tuesday, April 9. After this, the festival of Ram Navami i.e. Ramlala's birthday will be celebrated on 17th April. Different forms of Goddess Durga are worshiped for nine days of Navratri. Chaitra Navratri is celebrated with great pomp everywhere from North to South. Let us tell you that the first day of Chaitra Navratri is also celebrated as Hindu New Year. During these auspicious days there is a huge crowd to have darshan of the Goddess.

If you are not able to visit the Shaktipeeth of the Goddess, then definitely go to the temples of the Goddess located in the capital Delhi to pay obeisance. There are many ancient temples here, which are known to fulfill wishes. These temples are crowded with people during Navratri. So let us know about the famous temples of Delhi.

Jhandewalan Temple: Lord Shiva will be adorned 5 times a day in Jhandewalan temple - rudrabhishek of lord shiva in jhandewalan temple-mobile

Jhandewalan Temple

This temple of Goddess Adishakti is very famous all over Delhi. It is situated on Jhandewalan Road. Let us tell you that you can reach this temple on foot by getting down from the Blue Line Metro at Jhandewalan station. During Navratri there is a huge crowd of devotees here in the morning and evening. Let us tell you that during the reign of Shahjahan, flags were hoisted here, due to which this temple was named Jhandewalan.

Shri Kalka Ji Temple Delhi  History, timing and how to reach

Kalka Ji temple

People have unwavering faith in this temple dedicated to Mahakali. It is counted among the oldest temples of Delhi. Here one can get down from the Violet Line Metro at Kalka Ji station and go directly to the temple. Since this time the festival of Navratri is starting from Tuesday, a lot of crowd can be seen here. It is believed that the Pandavas worshiped the Mother Goddess here.

Chhattarpur Temple in Delhi

Chhatarpur Temple

Chhatarpur Temple is also a very famous temple of Delhi. This temple is dedicated to Mother Katyayani. Mother Katyayi is ranked sixth among the nine goddesses. Let us tell you that the main temple of Goddess Katyayani is in Chhatarpur, which remains open only during Navratri. Here you can go by getting down from Yellow Line Metro at Chhatarpur Metro Station. The distance of this temple from the metro station is 1 to 2 kilometers.

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