Kalibari Mandir, Peshawar

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Kalibari Temple
کالی باری مندر
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Kalibari Mandir, Peshawar is located in Pakistan
Kalibari Mandir, Peshawar
Location within Pakistan
Geography
Coordinates 34°01′N 71°35′E / 34.017°N 71.583°E / 34.017; 71.583Coordinates: 34°01′N 71°35′E / 34.017°N 71.583°E / 34.017; 71.583
Country Pakistan Pakistan
State Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
District Peshwar
Culture
Sanctum Kali
Architecture
Architecture Hindu temple
Number of temples 1
History
Governing body Pakistan Hindu Council
Website http://www.pakistanhinducouncil.org/

Kalibari Mandir (Urdu: کالی باری مندر‎) is a Hindu temple located in Peshwar in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan. This temple is dedicated to goddess Kali and Durga Puja is the main festival.[1][2][3][4]

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It is one of the few surviving Hindu temple in Peshawar, along with Goraknath Mandir, Gor Khatri and Dargah Pir Ratan Nath Jee, Jhanda Bazaar. This is the only ongoing functional temple in daily use along with Dargah Pir Ratan Nath Jee, Jhanda Bazaar. Court ordered the Evacuee Trust Property Board to open the Goraknath Mandir, Gor Khatri, which opens once a year on Diwali.[1][2][3][4]

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