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pandit g says it is adhi shakti peeth - but no one else say this what is going on photograpy is not allowed but you pay the money to pandit e will do the need full he will click the pics and hand over to...More
Durga Mandir was constructed in the 18th century by a Bengali Maharani (Bengali queen). The temple was built in North Indian Nagara style of architecture. The temple is painted red with Ochre to match the colours of the central icon of Durga, the goddess of strength and power. Inside the...More
I visited to this temple with family and had a very good darshan...
The temple is very nice, clean and large.
You can feel the positive vibrations immediately on entering the temple.
I was very much satisfied with the visit...the temple was peaceful..
Through a chain link fence and across a pond stands at some distance ....a red temple. That is what my guide has pointed out to me. I understand that this temple is not open for visitors. Very disappointing. I am not sure why it was...More
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We visited the temple by 11 a.m. There were very few people and we could get the darshan very easily. It wil be difficult to have easy darshan on Tuesdays and Fridays and of course on festival and holidays. But if you are... More
We visited the temple by 11 a.m. There were very few people and we could get the darshan very easily. It wil be difficult to have easy darshan on Tuesdays and Fridays and of course on festival and holidays. But if you are patient you need to stand in the queue and have darshan on those days. Any other days might be easy.