Chattarpur Mandir

New Delhi, India

Located on the Mehrauli-Gurgaon Road, this temple isdedicated to Goddess Katyayani the reincarnation of Goddess Durga. Constructed using a blend of North Indian and South Indian Style of architecture this temple complex is the second largest in India. This temple was constructed in 1974, by Baba SantNagpalji. His Samadhi Shrine is also in the premises of the Shiv-GauriNageshwarMandir within this temple complex. Spreading over 60 Acers of land there are over 20 small and large temples divided in three different complexes. At the main entrance there is Shrine of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, followed by the Ram Darbar Complex where the Idols of Radha and Lord Krishna is on one end and on the other end Lord Hanuman is seen at the feet of Shri Ram and Sita while the idol of Lakshman is seen beside them. After that the Shrine of main deity, Goddess Katyayani is present and Idol of Lord Ganesha is also present at her feet. A Resting hall of Maa Durga is also present near the end of the satsang hall. This temple remains filled with the devotees of all religion throughout the year but at the time of festivals like Janmashthami, Navratra, Purnima, Shivratri and specially during Durga Puja there is huge gathering of devotees who come for the blessing of Goddess Katyayani. The Mandir trust also participates actively in the welfare of the society by donating huge amount of money for the needed and also supports a Leprosy Home and an ICU.

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