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Jhula Devi Temple, Ranikhet

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  • This temple has great importance, specially for the locals, as it is believed that the Goddess protects them from the wild animals in the surrounding jungles. Thousands of bells are hung all around th...  more »
  • On the way to Chaubatia gardens & just before the army check post lies the famous temple with hundreds of bells around. Earlier the goddess was believed to save cattle of local people from wild animal...  more »
  • few of the Famous place in Ranikhet, must visit. This is in between the way to Chaubatia Garden, Nice place  more »
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  • Amazing place. Priests​ say that it is a very old temple of Jhula Devi. You will find lot of bells hanging there.. Lovely place.
  • Very peacefull nd amazingly experience temple ...with lots of bells nd locals say even today a tiger comes nd worships to goddess Jhula Devi
  • A holy place where you can worship the devi with peace (not crowded) . It have a unique thing along with the puja thali you can also have a small bell(ghanti) devotees of goddess durga come here and tie the bell on the designated place for well wishes of their family and for the good wishes from the devi.
  • Very famous temple in ranikhet. You can buy bell outside of temple. You can click nice pics there. Pujari is helpful too. Photography by - Vinay8484 Click helpful if you like review.
  • Jhuladevi template has hanging bells all around the temple tied or hunged by the people having faith on this temple.