The Chattarpur is a revered place of worship, also recognized as Shree Adhya Shakti Peeth Mandir. It is observed that during the famous Navratri and Durga Puja It is a prayer ritual performed to make offerings, honoring, evoking or worshipping gods. The ceremony can also be performed to pay homage to the beloved ones who are deadfestival, the followers of HIndu deities along with other devotees throng in massive number to pay a special tribute to the goddess and feel blessed. The temple is a huge building, whose foundation was kept by Babab Sant Nagpal ji, and inside reveals the samadhi of the guru, the Shiv-Gauri Nageshwar Mandir. Anyhow, the temple is a worth-beholding site with great religious significance.
Within the walls of the Chattarpur Temple complex, one can visit 20 different types of temple devoted to Indian gods and goddesses in various forms viz. Goddess Laxmi, Lord KrishnaKrishna
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Shiva is one of the Supreme Gods of Hindu Trinity that ... and Lord Ganesha. As a part of conscience and spiritual ablutions, "havans" are performed every Sunday in "Yagyashala" which is a site not to be missed. Besides this, the main shrine, 'vimanas' and 'gopurams', are inscribed with poetry which is yet another captivating art found in the premises on the temple's complex.
Kalpa Vriksha Tree
Right outside the premises of the temple, this tree is believed to be wish- granting benediction from the gods themselves.
Baba Sant Nagpal Museum
A museum commemorating the life of the visionary of Chattarpur Temple, Baba Sant Nagpal, stores the work that he did all through his life for the people living in the state of destitution.