Kalkaji Temple, Delhi, New Delhi

The Kalkaji Temple is a very ancient and revered temple dedicated to the Goddess Kali and built in first Yuga "Satya Yuga". This is one of the most sacred places of hindu religion in and around delhi. It is one of the rarest temple where Lord Krishna himself visited to worship AADISHAKTI BHAVANI MAA. It has happened right after Rajsooy yagya and padava's also visited into this temple with Lord Krishna.

As per the Mythology, the Goddess Kalka (Kali Mata) here is a self-manifested and that the shrine dates back to Satya Yuga when the Goddess Kalika had incarnated and killed the monster (raakshas) Raktabija along with other giant monsters (raakshas).

The Kalkaji Temple is near to the Nehru Place Commercial Complex and within walking distance from Nehru Place Metro station. During the Navratri Festival Temple decorated with lights and flowers and attract large crowds. A visit to the Kalkaji Temple in your lifetime at least once is a must.


Nehru Place, Delhi - Walkin Distance from Nehru Place Metro Station

Entry Fees

Free | No Ticket


4:00 AM to 11:30 PM - During Navratri festival, temple remain open 24hrs for next 9-10 days


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