Enjoy the auspicious Visit of Chattarpur Mandir
The very famous Chattarpur Temple, located in Delhi, is a marvelous instance of modern architecture, attracting a number of devotees in and around Navratra. The temple, dedicated to Katyayani, the 6th incarnation of Goddess Durga, gets over crowded to the extent that it becomes almost impossible to catch a glimpse of the deity. A visit to this religious site forms an indispensable part of Delhi sightseeing.
Location: Chattarpur Mandir is situated at 4km distance from Qutab Minar in South Delhi. The beautiful monument is in the Mehrauli area of Delhi.
Details about the Temple: the history of the temple is related to the birth of Goddess Katayani. She was sent to this earth by Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh as Katyayani to destroy the buffalo demon Mahishasur. She has fierce eyes, flowing hairs and golden complexion. It is the second largest temple in India dedicated to Goddess Durga. Popularly known as Shri Adhya Katyani Shakti Mandir, Chattarpur Mandir was constructed by Baba Sant Nagpalji in the year 1974. You can find here a number of other shrines dedicated to Goddess Laxmi, Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu. The temple spreads over the area of 60 acres and harbors 20 small and large temples in three varied complexes. A Delhi Travel company can organize the tour.
When to visit: The Temple remains open all throughout the day. It is good to attend in morning and evening Aarti. During the Navratras, there will be a huge rush.
You can take up a private walking tour and visit the Chattarpur Temple along with Qutab Minar and other places of attraction. Chattarpur Temple sightseeing is must to take up.
Being the blend of both South Indian and North Indian style of architecture, the temple features immaculate marble work and is foliaged by manicured gardens and lawns.