Chaitra Navratri 2023: Must visit these temples of Delhi on Chaitra Navratri...
Chaitra Navratri 2023: After Holi, most people eagerly wait for the festival of Chaitra Navratri. This year Chaitra Navratri is going to start on 22 March. During Navratri, some people also visit the grand pandals of Durga Puja, while many people do not forget to visit temples to have the darshan of Goddess Durga during Navratri. If you wish, you can get the blessings of Mata Rani on Navratri by bowing your head in some temples of Delhi.
Although there are many beautiful temples in the country's capital Delhi, some temples of Delhi are known for the grand events of Navratri. Let us tell you the names of some famous temples of Delhi, where you can enjoy Navratri to the fullest by visiting.
Kalka Ji Temple
The Kalkaji temple in South Delhi is about three thousand years old. Kalkaji Temple is also famous for Jayanti Peeth and Manokamna Siddha Peeth. The Kalkaji temple made of pumice stones and marble attracts a huge crowd of devotees. Especially during Navratri, seeing Kalkaji temple can be best for you.
The name of Chhatarpur temple is also included in the famous temple of the capital. This temple dedicated to Mata Katyayani is located in South West Delhi. Statues of other deities have also been installed in the Chhatarpur temple. In such a situation, you can get the blessings of Mata Rani by visiting the Chhatarpur temple during Navratri.
The Jhandewalan temple located in Delhi is famous for the huge idol of Hanuman ji. At the same time, the Jhandewalan temple is also dedicated to Mother Adishakti. It is believed that during the reign of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, there was a custom of offering the flag in this temple, due to which it got its name Jhandewalan. In such a situation, by visiting Jhandewalan on Navratri, you can have the darshan of Maa Adishakti.
Sheetla Mata Temple
The Sheetla Mata Temple located on Sheetla Mata Road in Delhi is also about 400 years old. According to religious beliefs, seeing Sheetla Mata in this temple gives relief from smallpox, measles, and eye diseases, due to which the devotees of Mata Rani visit this temple to seek the blessings of Goddess Sheetla on Navratri.