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Well revered Daeity

An ancient temple is extremely popular and revered . You feel blessed after paying most respectful... read more

Reviewed July 5, 2018
New Delhi, India
Beautiful wooded temple located in Chamba

Chamunda Devi Temple is located on the spur of Shah Madar range of hills and opposite to the Chamba... read more

Reviewed May 31, 2018
Kolkata (Calcutta), India
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Nr. Dharamsala | Kangra District, Chamba 176310, India
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Reviewed July 5, 2018

An ancient temple is extremely popular and revered . You feel blessed after paying most respectful homage to Ma Durga with full devotion . If you are around one must go and seek blessings . Amolak Rattan Kohli Former Governor of Mizoram

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Reviewed May 31, 2018

Chamunda Devi Temple is located on the spur of Shah Madar range of hills and opposite to the Chamba town. It is a major holy place for pilgrims that sits on the bank of river Baner and just 15 km away from Dharmshala. It was...More

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Reviewed January 30, 2018

This is one of 51 shaktipeeth temple and one of devi of char devi in Himachal Pradesh kangra district. its location is very beautifull as it is on bank of river and very near to dharamshala town. it takes about an half hour to take...More

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Reviewed January 15, 2018

Chamunda Devi Temple is the Chamba town on the bank of river Baner. Built in c.1762-63 it is easily accessible by the car. Great views of the Chamba town from here. Temple is a goddess temple of the Goddess Chamunda or Kali.

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Reviewed November 10, 2017

This temple is close to dharamshala town and has its own history and legacy. The ancient aspects of this temple have been marred by the modern constructions and attempts to modernise the temple precincts itself. Such developments were probably needed due to large number of...More

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Reviewed September 29, 2017

We visited the temple when we went for a day trip to Chamba from Khajjiar. You drive about 40km to reach Chamba and then you drive uphill to reach the shrine. The place is located on the slope of a hill and gives you full...More

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Reviewed September 4, 2017

It is built in hgh on the hill above town at a position where a sperb view is available.This has a excellent carving on stone and wood.

1  Thank nbbhagodiya
Reviewed June 20, 2017

It is a beautiful temple with peaceful premises. One can witness delightful views from the top. Please check for timings before you visit.

Thank AnjaliB228
Reviewed June 14, 2017 via mobile

Went to chamunda devi temple and was good. The temple was situated at very nice place and there is a large shiv murti as well in the same vicinity. Overall nice

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Reviewed May 31, 2017 via mobile

Chamunda Devi temple is located atop a hill overlooking Chamba town and majestic Ravi river.This wooden temple is supposed to have been built in 10th century and revered all over the area.One can drive upto the entrance and walk to the sanctum sanctorum leisurely. View...More

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Tilak R
June 23, 2018|
Response from sarkeranirban16 | Reviewed this property |
I visited in the month of March 2018 & there was very little water, only enough to dip your feet, however with monsoon season now there should be much more water now.