History, religious beliefs and how to reach Chandi Devi Temple Haridwar

Why Chandi Devi temple is so famous? What are the religious beliefs about Chandi Devi Temple? How to reach Chandi Devi temple? How to reach Chandi Devi Temple? You will find answers of all these questions in this article. For detailed information kindly read this article.

Chandi Devi Temple, Haridwar

Chandi Devi Temple is a very famous temple and is situated in Haridwar district of Uttarakhand. In this article you will find complete information like- religious beliefs, history and how to reach Chandi Devi temple. Chandi Devi temple is dedicated to Goddess Chandi Devi and is situated in the most holy city of India i.e. Haridwar. This temple is situated at very high altitude and is atop the Neel Parvat in Sivalik Hills. Chandi Devi temple is very historical and was created by Suchat Singh in 1929. But there are some beliefs that the main statue (murti) of Chandi Devi in the temple was established during 8th century and this was installed by Adi Shankaracharya who is well known personality to all Indians. Some religious groups of people also name this temple as Neel Parvat Teerth and it is included in one of the Panch Tirth in Haridwar. Visitors to Chandi Devi Temple come with a strong belief that their desires get fulfilled after coming to this temple. There are two other temples in Haridwar which are somewhat like Chandi Devi Temple and all the three temples are known as Peethas. Remaining two temples are Mansa Devi Temple and Maya Devi Temple which are also located in Haridwar.

Religious beliefs about Chandi Devi Temple Haridwar

Here are listed some religious stories about origin of Chandi Devi temple. Here is the story of origin of Chandika Devi temple- Long time ago their were two demon kings Shumbha and Nishumbha who were very powerful and the collected many wishesh and powers from several Indian Gods. They attacked haven (swarg) and captured all the god-kings of heaven. He thrown all of them out of haven and start leaving their as new King of haven. Indra with his other Devtas then go to Goddess Parvati and they ask her for their help. One thing we would like to tell you all that Goddess Parvati is the assumed form of Chandi. After request of Haven Gods, Goddess Parvati makes her miral image as an exceptionally beautiful woman and Shumbha fall in love with her and desired to marry her. But she refused. After this Shumbha sent his two demon chiefs Chanda and Munda to kill miral image of Goddess Parvati. But both of them were killed by goddesss Chamunda. Who was the outcome of Chandika's anger. After this Shumbha and Nishumbha tried very much to kill Chandika but they failed every time. After long time goddess Chandika rested for some time on the top of Neel Parvat and now Chandi Devi temple is situated there. It is interesting to know that two big peaks in the mountain range are known as Shumbha and Nishumbha.

How to reach Chandi Devi Temple Haridwar

Chandi Devi temple is situated in Haridwar district of Uttarakhand and is situated at a distance of 4 kilometres from Har ki Pauri. One have to follow a tough trekking route of 3 km to reach this temple and trekking route starts from Chandighat. But very recently one rope-way or cable car which is locally known as Udankhatola facility is also included to reach Chandi Devi temple very easily. By travelling through rope-way also offers panoramic scenic views to the visitors. While travelling through rope-way one is able to see the panoramic views of the Ganges River.
Timings in Chandi Devi Temple- one Aarti session generoully at 5.00 am is conducted every morning in this temple and temple opens for visitors from 6.00 am. to 8.00 pm. We would like to suggest you all one thing that during your visit please carry one first aid box and if possible then please hire some experience guide. Also beware of the climate change here so always carry woolen cloths with you during your visit to Chandi Devi Temple Haridwar.


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