Chamunda DeviCurrently Open [Closes at 07:00 pm]
- Address: State Highway 17, Padar, Himachal Pradesh 176052, Dharamshala, India
- Timings: 06:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids
Chamunda Devi - Review
Located on a hillock, an easy hike is involved to reach the Chamunda Devi temple. Situated approximately 18 kilometres from the city centre, the temple’s deity is Goddess Durga (who is also known as Chamunda). It is believed that worshipping at this temple gives moksha (salvation) to the ancestors of the worshipper.
Chamunda Devi Hours
- The morning aarti takes place at around 6:15 am.
How To reach Chamunda Devi by Public Transport
- Chamunda Devi Bus Stop
- Dadh Bus Stop
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Things to Know Before Visiting Chamunda Devi
95% of people who visit Dharamshala include Chamunda Devi in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
62.37% of people start their Chamunda Devi visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Chamunda Devi
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Chamunda Devi
Chamunda Devi Trips
Chamunda Devi, Dharamshala Reviews
If you need peace of mind then do visit this place. A temple sitting next to River bed, what else can you ask for. Not too crowded when we visited here today (July 19), though the most of the part is under construction right now and seems it will be over in few months. Lovely place to visit, along with it do visit the remaining 4 temple here.
A very beautiful temple in the lap of nature. Although when I visited, construction was going on, but main building was intact and it is very beautiful. A river is flowing besides the temple. Roaring sound of river in the night seems such a pleasant that one forgets the worldly things.
Temple dedicated to the Goddess who killed the demons Chanda & Munda thereby the goddess is called Chamunda devi. Temple is beside a perennial river. Devotees throng to this temple from all over the country during the navratri festival lasting for 9 days.
Good place and one can feel a spiritual relaxation here this temples serves food for the poor and for school children amazing place for spiritual potency and devotion, the devotees are very nice and good. This is one of the shakthi peetha one can feel motherly love after having the darshan of the god.
Yes,. It's worth visiting,,so enjoy !!! Can be Reached by car or personal vehicle,, very nice temple as usual,,, you'll be anxiety free by Maa blessings,,and surroundings!!