Jhandewalan Temple

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Shri Jhandewalan Mandir
Basic information
Location Jhandewalan metro station North Delhi
Deity Vaishno Devi- वैष्णो देवी, Shakti - आदि शक्ति
Festivals Navratri नवरात्रि महोत्सव
District north
State Delhi
Country India
Website http://www.maajhandewali.com

The Jhandewalan Temple is a Hindu temple near Karol Bagh in Delhi, India dedicated to the goddess Aadi Shakti.[1]

General information[edit]

The lower level of the temple is where people perform Puja.[citation needed] The upper level of the temple has the idol of Mata Jhandewali with the idol of Saraswati and Kali. There are also idols of other Gods on the upper level.[citation needed]

The festival of Navaratri is held twice a year at the temple.[citation needed] Jhandewalimata's aarti is done 4 times in a day.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jhandewalan Temple". The Divine India. Retrieved 16 March 2014.