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JeniceMacwan wrote a review Nov 2019
242 contributions17 helpful votes
Chattradi Temple is nice temple to visit. This is old and historical temple. Nice environment and temple design too.
Date of experience: August 2019
Amolak Rattan K wrote a review Sep 2018
New Delhi, India3,031 contributions12,793 helpful votes
The Idol has inscription of680 A D . A marvellous creation of Goddess Shakti Devi, you have to see and believe . The place is 40 kilometre from Chamba on way to Bharmour . Governor Amolak Rattan Kohli
Date of experience: September 2018
Rakesh wrote a review Sep 2018
Chamba, India31 contributions4 helpful votes
Good wooden art in the temple. On the way to Mani mahesh route. Goddes Shakti Devi present in the temple. All is a matter of faith .Everyone is wellcome to have his own views about God.
Date of experience: October 2017
Indian Ghummakad wrote a review May 2018
Bengaluru, India703 contributions286 helpful votes
One of the Beautiful temple Made in Pagoda Bhavan Shaili. Enjoyed the environment of temple. Evening Arti was enjoyable and full of blessing of ShivShakti Mata.
Date of experience: May 2018
arvindkatoch wrote a review Jul 2017
Zirakpur, India4 contributions1 helpful vote
Human beings have quite evolved with time so their faith too. Shakti Devi Temple situated at the Chhatrari village in Chamba provides a unique chance to look back in the history and understand our faith. This temple is situated on the old Mani Mahesh route which pilgrims used to take when present roads were not constructed. Today, due to roads, no one takes this route and so this temple has lost some of its glory and very few people reach here. However, the good point is that local people have kept it alive through constant devotion. Chhatrari festival is very famous in which local dress as demons and perform a dance. In my life, I never have seen such an old temple with so unique style and wooden art. This temple is a hidden jewel for those who want to see something unique. This temple can be covered on the back journey from Bharmour. You need to ask locals to reach the temple by crossing the narrow paths because it is situated in the middle of the village. At the entrance of the temple, we can find a water spring which provides water to this village. By visiting this temple, you also get a chance to see the life of people of upper Chamba.…
Date of experience: June 2017