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Chhatarpur Enter with Gates of Mandir


Category: Religious | Posted :Tuesday, January 31, 2017

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Chhatarpur Enter with Gates of Mandir

 

Chhatarpur, Enter with Gates of Mandir

 

 
Chhatarpur Temple (Officially: Shri Aadya KatyayaniKatyayaniKatyayani
Katyayani is the sixth among the Navadurga – the nine supreme forms of Devi...
Shakti Peetham) is situated in the further part of South Delhi near Chhatarpur, thus giving the temple its nickname: Chhatarpur Temple. Chhatarpur temple is the second largest temple complex in India as per date and has been made to dedicate it to the Goddess, Katyayani. 
 
Chhatarpur Temple is dedicated mainly to Goddess Katyayani, a part of Navadurga, the nine forms of Hindu goddess Shakti or Durga, who is widely worshiped during Navratri. The temple was established in 1974, by Baba Sant Nagpal Ji, who passed his last days in the temple. A museum is made with a display of things used by Baba Sant Nagpal Ji. 
 
 
The entire Chhatarpur Mandir spreads over 60 acres and has over 20 small and large temples dedicated to Lord GaneshaGaneshaGanesha
The guardian deity of Hindus, also known as the Ganapati (The God of all groups) is the son of Lord Shiva ...
, Radha-Krishna, Ram-Darbar and Lord Hanuman 
 
Chhatarpur temple is an eye candy of people from both North and south, having a mixed architecture of both. The temple is made fully out of Marble and is also engaged in services in Medical Centre, School, and Employment (Vocational) Training Centre etc. 
 
Reaching Chhatarpur Mandir is now at few steps away with help of metro; Chhatarpur Metro Station. Any person coming to Chhatarpurmetro station can cross the foot over bridge, take the left end road and walk straight for 2-5 minutes to reach the Chhatarpur Mandir.
If coming by road, take the Mehrauli-Gurgaon road and take left from CDR Chowk
 
The best time to visit is during Aartis with Bhog bought from outside or made with love at home. Everyone and anyone can visit the temple. With parking facility, it is easy for people coming by road also can avail the parking of Chhatarpur Metro Station. Qutub Minar, Mehrauli Market, nearby Furniture outlets, Big Boy Toys outlet are some of the close visiting areas. For the hungry souls, food is available near a metro station, Qutub Minar and inside Chhatarpur. 
 


 

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