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Chhatarpur Temple, New Delhi
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
An array of towers, statues, and shrines dot the complex of Chhatarpur Temple, one of the largest sites of its kind in the world. Founded in 1974, the temple complex grew in the following decades--today, it features three sections spread over 24 hectares (60 acres). Though the temple primarily honors the Goddess Katyayani, you'll find numerous other deities worshipped here at side shrines. Intricate architecture includes carved pillars and colorful tile work, as well as a towering statue of Hanuman, the monkey god that watches over the temple. Make Chhatarpur Temple a centerpiece of your New Delhi vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our New Delhi trip itinerary maker.
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I recently visited this temple with my friends. And it is a very good place. it was very peaceful in there and the temple was very nicely built. Will come again for sure :)
No doubt this temple is also one of the most crowded temples during the Navratris. Here you will find people from all walks of life whether poor or rich thronging this place during the Navratris. But ... read more »
My daughter and I visited here yesterday afternoon. There are many different temple buildings to visit and don't miss the giant Hanuman statue. It was clean and not very busy. It is worth a visit.
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