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Opening timings for chattarpur temple

All days of the week
4:00 AM - 11:00 PM

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Near Chhatarpur Metro Station, New Delhi, Delhi 110074, India
+91-11-26802360 +91-11-26802925 +91-11-26803115
entry fee
No entry fee
All days of the week
4:00 AM - 11:00 PM
visit duration
2 to 3 hours

how to reach chattarpur temple

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. You can walk or take an auto rickshaw to reach this temple.

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Popularly named after its location, Shri Adhya Katyani Shakti Peeth Mandir or Chattarpur Temple is the 2nd largest temple complex in India, after Akshardham temple, also situated in Delhi. The presiding deity of the temple is Goddess Durga in her 6th avatar (form), Goddess Katyayani, from amongst the nine forms manifested by her, known as Navadurga. Created in 1974 by Baba Sant Nagpal Ji, the temple is built entirely out of marble. Riding a lion and holding the glorious Chandrahasa (sword) in her hand, Goddess Katyayani is associated with the fierce form of Shakti (warrior goddess) and is one of the more widely revered and worshipped forms of Goddess Durga across India. 

The temple's architectural style is rooted in the architectural pattern and technique of South Indian temples, particularly those built by the Cholas and Chalukyas. There is a total of 20 temples, large and small, spread over the temple complex dedicated to, apart from Goddess Katyayani, Goddess Laxmi, Lord Krishna, Lord Shiva and Lord Ganesha. Within the main temple lies the shrine of Goddess Katyayani, but it is open to devotees only during the Navratri season, a bi-annual affair. The room next to the main shrine is adorned with tables and chairs made of silver, while the Shayan Kaksh (bedroom) has a bed and table also made of silver.

There is a prayer hall leading from the shrine where prayers, religious songs, and discourses are held on a regular basis. A museum within the complex has been dedicated to Baba Sant Nagpal, the temple's creator. Given the temple's presiding deity is Goddess Katyayini, festivals of Durga Puja and Navratri bring a sea of devotees clambering to get a glimpse and darshan of the Goddess. 

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15 Chattarpur Temple reviews
Rohit Verma
Rohit Verma
Lovely place
Jun 29 2014
Chattarpur temple are very nice to visit with you family and friends, this was a very nice place where you feel peace, freedom and good environment where you all know how to clean you heart and love everyone. Now it is very easy to commute towards Ch ...... read more
Kailash Rocker
Kailash Rocker
Chattarpur Temple
Jun 29 2014
nice place to visit and one of the biggest hindu temle in delhi relegious place wonderful architecture divided in 4 parts or 4 temples 3000kg bell is the best part excellent design and beauty of the indian architecture at its best just 10 min walk fr ...... read more

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