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Shri Kalkaji Mandir, New Delhi
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Observe the self-manifested form of the Goddess Kalka in one of the oldest and the most revered temples of India at Shri Kalkaji Mandir. Desire anything from the goddess with a clear consciousness and a pure heart and it is said to be granted. Participate in the festivals of the prayers and celebration of the goddess, twice a year, in spring and autumn, when a large fair is organized. See the architecture of the temple complex with brick masonry and marble, with decorated towers and interior. Recite the hymns and offer Aarti every morning to show your devotion. To visit Shri Kalkaji Mandir on your holiday in New Delhi, and find out what else New Delhi has to offer, use our New Delhi trip builder.
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  • It's a place of religious significance so be prepared to spend long hours in queue to reach the actual shrine. People are not so friendly and will keep pushing you to move fast! 
  • Very Old temple with traditional way of Pooja every evening. Huge crowd and very popular place. But go by private vehicle if it is beyond 7 pm as the way to reach this place is slightly lonely area an...  more »
  • Kalkaji temple is a very ancient and reverred temple , close to Nehru Place Commercial Complex and within walking distance from Nehru Place Metro . During Navratras , it is teeming with crowds all eag...  more »
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  • Kalkaji Mandir is located next to Kalkaji Metro stn. You can walk. Temple is mostly crowded and Queue is usual. CLEANLINESS is always concern at majorly crowded places. Origin¬† Existent from past 3,000 years, Kalkaji Temple traces many legends regarding its origin. However, the oldest part of the shrine dates back to the 1764 A.D. Kalka Temple is said to have been constructed by the Maratha Rulers in the late 18th century. Kalkaji Mandir is believed to have been survived from the times of Mahabharata.¬† As per the folklore, the Pandavas and Kauravas had worshipped Kalka Devi during the reign of Yudhisthir. In the words of Laura Sykes, "Marathas plundered the fair at Kalka Devi, near Okhla" at some stage in the battle of 1738 with the Mughals at Talkatora. Raja Kedarnath (Peshkar of Emperor Akbar II) made some changes and additions to the original structure of Kalkaji Temple.
  • Jai mata jagadjanani jagdamba!mata tera hi sahara!
  • Om namo namah maa kalkaji
  • Mata me naam pe five star Kya hundred bhi kam hai
  • Jai mata di