Shri Kalkaji Mandir Temple, New Delhi

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 Temple. 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. Put Shri Kalkaji Mandir Temple at the forefront of your travel plans using our New Delhi day trip planning website .
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  • I visited kalka temple many times but becouse of too much crowd, i always worried about nextr visit. I had dedicatedly visit there for maa kaali. It is very close to lotus temple. Its better to visit ...  more »
  • Devotees from India and outside too attend the temple throughout the year, but the culmination point of their prayers and celebration is during the festival of Navaratri twice a year. During which a l...  more »
  • During my vacation in Delhi, I had visited this popular temple dedicated to goddess Kali. I was staying at hotel Shervani at Nehru Place and had visited this temple which was located at 10 min walking...  more »
  • It's located just nearby kalkaji metro station. Walk in distance. You can buy prayer items from its roadside vendors available there at a very cheap rate. The area is quite congested though, not because of it's maintenance but because of heavily populated as many people visit there everyday to offer their prayer, and some just to click some selfies. Once you entered inside the temple, you'll be amazed with its beauty. It's a very peaceful area and I'm sure you'll love it.
  • Metro has made it very easy to commute to this place. Management has done a lot to improve the Temple. Cleanliness is still an issue.
  • A holy Hindu temple of Goddess Kali..with lot of faith... entrance way is long and surrounded by bangles and puja saamagri (worshipping materials) shop. Temple entrance is small and very congested (rotation area is limited). There has been improvement in cleanliness but it still requires good management and facilities. Nearby is lotus Temple
  • Kalkaji Mandir, also known as Kalkaji Temple, is a Hindu mandir or temple, dedicated to the Hindu Goddess Kali. This temple (mandir) is situated in the southern part of Delhi, India, in Kalkaji, a locality that has derived its name from the temple and is located opposite Nehru Place business centre. The temple is accessible by public transport on Kalkaji Mandir (Delhi Metro) and is near Nehru Place bus terminus and Okhla railway station. The general belief is that the image of the Goddess Kalka here is a self-manifested one, and that the shrine dates back to Satya Yuga when the Goddess Kalika had incarnated and killed the demon Raktabija along with other giant demons.
  • This review is not about Sri Kalka Ji Mandir New Delhi. I am providing review for shops and parking facility which is provided there. The things I hate here is the loot in the name of parking by SDMC, as they charge 20 rupees per hour (parking slip attached). Food shops situated there are also not much hygienic and anyone can become ill by eating those items. Prasad shops and toys shops are just OK, not very good.

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