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Temples

Chhatarpur Temple, Shri Aadya Katyayani Shakti Peetham, Delhi

New Delhi, New Delhi

Located in South Delhi-Chhatarpur, just 4 km away from Qutub Minar, Shree Adya Katyayani Shaktipeeth Mandir or Chhatarpur Mandir is a Hindu temple dedicated to Goddess Katyayani, considered to be the sixth avatar of goddess Durga. The Chhatarpur Mandir was founded by Sant Shree Nagpal Ji in 1974, who died in 1998. His samadhi shrine lies in the premises of the Shiv-Gauri Nageshwar Mandir within the temple complex. Before the Akshardham Temple was created in 2005 in Delhi, Chhatarpur Mandir was considered as the biggest temple in India and second largest in the world.

Legend

The great Saint Shree Durga-Charan-anuragi Baba Sant Nagpal, known to his devotees as 'Baba' was born in Karnataka in 1981 of Vikram Samvat. He lost his parents at a very tender age. It was at the time of cremation of his mother that an unknown lady took the grieving child to the adjacent Temple of Mother Goddess and told him that SHE was the real universal Mother who would always remain with him. Ever since that moment, the Divine Mother gave hi...View more

Architecture

Built in both South and North Indian style of temple architecture, the temple is totally constructed from marble and on all the facets there is jaali (perforated stone or latticed screen) work. The entire temple complex spread over 60 acres, has over 20 small and large temples divided in three different complexes. The temple complex houses one main shrine dedicated to Goddess Katyayini and 20 other small shrines. There is also a prayer hall where...View more

Darsan Info

Timings : Temple timings : 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM

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Darsan Dresscode

Clean and conservative clothing is preferred.

Culture

Delhi is a mix of the cultures found in different states of India. This is because people from all over the country and also from other continents have migrated to settle and earn their livelihood. The culture of Delhi is also influenced by the culture of the adjoining regions. For instance, Delhi is close to / in proximity to states like Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, and Rajasthan etc. As such, you will find cultural reflection of all these states in Delhi.

Location and Contact

Chhatarpur, Near Chhatarpur Metro Station, New Delhi, Delhi 110074

011 2680 2360

BY AIR:
Indira Gandhi International airport is very well connected to cities across India and the world. There are regular flights to Delhi from Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Lucknow, Goa, Kolkata, Guwahati and international destinations as well.
BY BUS:
Delhi is well connected by bus to cities like Jaipur, Agra, Alwar, Chandigarh, Amritsar, Shimla, Manali, Dharamsala, Dehradun and even Kathmandu among others. The main bus stands in Delhi are the Interstate Bus Terminals, located at Kashmiri Gate, Anand Vihar and Sarai Kale Khan.
BY TRAIN:
Delhi is the headquarters of the Northern Railways and there are five major railway stations in Delhi, namely the The New Delhi Railway Station, Old Delhi Railway Station, Nizamuddin Railway Station, Anand Vihar Railway Terminal and Sarai Rohilla. The New Delhi Railway Station is one through which most trains arrive and depart from Delhi and is located in Paharganj, near Connaught Place. There is a pre-paid taxi booth outside the railway station and you can take a taxi from here to go further into the city.
Chhatarpur is a well-known area in the city of Delhi. You can go by bus, metro or any local transport like autos or cabs.The temple is situated in South Delhi. Get down at Chattarpur Metro Station (on the Yellow Line) and head towards the Main Chattarpur road to reach the temple.

Additional Info

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Temple Rituals

Morning pooja starts from 6:00 AM onwards

Regular Offerings

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Special Rituals

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Famous Festival

Navaratri

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