Chintpurni Mata Mandir
Did you know that Chintpurni Mata Mandir is one of the Shakti Peethas. Do you want to know more about the temple, history, timings and the weather as well. In today’s discussion, we would talk more about the Mandir.
Chintpurni Mandir is one of the prominent pilgrimage site in North India. It is located in Una district in Himachal Pradesh state of North India. In order to calm down Lord Shiva and stop the Tandava, Lord Vishnu severed the body of Devi Sati into 51 pieces and the head of Devi Sati felt at this place and hence is considered as one of the Shakti Peethas.
The residing Goddess of this temple is also known as Chhinnamastika, the headless Goddess. She helps the devotees with pure devotion to achieve divine consciousness. It is believed that if go to this temple with pure heart and mind, ask something from the Devi. Your wish will be granted. Around 26 generations ago, a Brahmin Pandit mai Das established this shrine of Mata Chintpurni.
The temple is open from 04:00 AM in the morning till 11:00 PM in the night.
The annual temperature of this place is generally 4-5 degrees lower than the plains. Chintpurni Mata temple is well connected by road. If you are coming from New Delhi, you can take a diversion from Phagwara towards the temple. The roads are in good shape and is two lane highway. Also, one can approach the temple by Rail. The nearest railway station is Amb Andaura which is around 20 kilometers from the temple. One can visit the temple by Air. The nearest Airport being Gaggal in Dharamshala. The temple is around 60 kilometers.
There is a festival that is being held during the Navaratra (twice a year).
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Bolo Chintpurni Mata ki Jai.