Chandrabadani Temple, Uttarakhand

Chandrabadani Temple is among the great 52 Shakti Peethas and a blessed altar of Goddess Sati. It is situated about 33-34 KM from the holy town of Devprayag, Uttarakhand. An establishment of reverence and commitment, Chandrabadani Temple lies at a stature of 2277 mt on Chandrabadani Mountain which was otherwise called Chandrakoot Mountain in the mythological legends.

Pilgrims from faraway place comes here for adoring Goddess Sati and receive her favors. Chandrabadni Temple is situated on where Goddess Sati's torso fell while Lord Shiva was dancing the cataclysmic dance in rage & sorrow with her consumed body. Her weapons were likewise scattered all over the place. There is no symbol of Goddess Sati statue in the primary sanctum and a Shree Yantra engraved on the stone is being revered in the fundamental holy place.

In the period of April consistently, a ritual festivity is held in Chandrabadani Temple and is visited by pilgrims in vast numbers. Chandrabadani Temple is presently designed with marble and white tiles floorings. There are a few shops offering Prasad and contributions like Shreefal, milk products or organic products. Little eateries are additionally arranged having constrained eatables and refreshments. Since Chandrabadani Temple is situated at such an incredible stature, it offers an all-encompassing and beautiful perspective of lavish green Garhwal Hills and Himalayan mountains, for example, Surkanda, Kedarnath and Badrinath. Chandrabadni temple is situated on the highest point of Chandrakoot mountain. A little climb from Tehri Street leads the travelers to this temple. The narest railway station to the Chandrabadani Temple is the Rishikesh and the nearest airport is in Dehradun.


Chandrabadani Temple open at 06:00 AM to 07:00 PM


The roadway is the only way to reach the hill temple of Chandrabadani and is located about 33 KM from Devprayag, about 54 KM from Srinagar Uttarakhand, and about 83 KM from Rudraprayag city center.

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