it was amazing experience by visiting this place, would like to visit there again and again, came to know about history of this mandir
Situated on a hillock with good access by road from Chandigarh/Panchkula.Has a main entrance with lot of steps/stairs(broad based) and a rear entrance with lesser stairs-the security staff may allow you in from here on grounds of health/old age etc ,Has good landscaping around with covered pathway leading to older temple at a little distance.Festival days are extremely crowded.
A very peaceful temple with a lot of positive energy. This is a place I would visit over n over again.
cant review on the temple but the authorities interference had made it worst. parking areas are marked at a distance and old people have to walk, they just push you when you are near the temple, and as obvious biased system, some richhies and known people are treated well, and given special time to perform rituals.....just inhuman...
A very peaceful temple with a lot of positive energy. Personally a place I would visit over n over again. Don't purchase anything frm outside the temple premises once inside buy what very you want to, if u do. Ideally just go and do darshan and take blessing gas of the goddess.
It is must visit for all, who believe in god. This temple is very old and one of "Shakti Peeth" of Goddess "Durga". Goddess fulfill wishes of all the true Pilgrims.
People from Haryana ,Chandigarh and Punjab are among strong followers of this goddess. Its ver crowdy on weekends.prefer to go on Weekdays as its a silent place..good road drive to the complex.......must watch piligrimage
I have visited Mata Mansa Devi Temple twice. No doubt it is a great pilgrimage spot. To reach this temple, one may take trolley from near Har Ki Pauri or take to stairs constructed on the hill. The ascent by stairs is quite steep and is not advisable to people with heart ailments. The trolley service sometimes gets so overcrowded... More
Mata Mansa Devi is one of the shaktipeeth & Devi fulfills all the wishes of devotees. Avoid sundays AT ALL COST. The queue would be 2-3 hours long and add to that people barging into the line from middle or near the entrance. Otherwise its very serene & b'ful There are a few guest houses outside & a small market... More
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