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Kansa Devi Temple, Panchkula

(4.6/5 based on 110 reviews on the web)
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  • Though living quite close to the temple, it took me quite some time before this visit. It is a truly divine place with great scenic beauty and calmness. There are lush green lawns to relax. There are ...  more »
  • This place is good to visit. I'm a spiritual person so I like visiting such places. I find that peace here. It's not a tourist place but one can surely come to this place in order to explore. 
  • One of the Shakti Peeth, Easily to reach by public transport also it is on the highway. You can go there while going nalagarh (himachal ) from chandigarh 
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  • Mansa Devi temple is situated in Shivalik foothills almost 8 km from Chandigarh. Its One of the prominent Shakti temples in North India. Temple holds a high value for Punjab Haryana people. During normal days, lesser number of people visit the temple as compared to weekend. Navratri is the time when fairs are mainly organized. Nice Spitural Place to come with family. Early Morning is the perfect time to hassle free visit. Beautiful garden borders the temple. This place is full of peace you will feel relax. Jai Mata Di !!!
  • This is a religius place .its is beautiful temple of goddes durga
  • Jai mata ki This one old Temple since my chilhood
  • Beautiful temple with beautiful scenery and peaceful environment. Many shops are there to buy prasad and to keep ur footwear there and then u can visit the temple. Everybody should visit such a spiritual place.
  • Jai mata di..