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More like a museum

This seven storied mandir has got one floor dedicated to Shiva, one to Vishnu, one to Devi etc... read more

Reviewed November 18, 2017
Mumbai Indian
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Different from usual temples

This is 8 storied (G+7) building, having photo of mother India on ground floor. Lift access is only... read more

Reviewed November 8, 2017
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Reviewed April 25, 2018 via mobile

There is a small fee to go inside. Escalator is there to take you at the top floor. At each floor, there are different sets of God and goddess. Visit only if you have spare time.

Thank niya27
Reviewed November 29, 2017 via mobile

This is of 5 storey Temple dedicated to Mother India. Most of the storey of this Temple has the pictures of the freedom fighters and great men and women of our country. The presiding deity worshipped in this temple is none other than Mother India....More

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Reviewed November 18, 2017 via mobile

This seven storied mandir has got one floor dedicated to Shiva, one to Vishnu, one to Devi etc. There are flooors dedicated Indian heroes. Good for school children. One has to go up by lift to the 6 th floor and walk down the steps

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Reviewed November 8, 2017

This is 8 storied (G+7) building, having photo of mother India on ground floor. Lift access is only one way, for going upstairs. Basically it has display galleries on each floor, showing different incarnation of lord shiva, vishnu and godesses. Also has display of saints...More

Thank am0ghj
Reviewed August 26, 2017

As a child I was very curious to visit this temple, but in reality It is only unique thing about this temple is that no worship is performed here. There are total 7 floors of this temple. Up Lift facility is available to reach at...More

Thank cagauravj2018
Reviewed June 29, 2017

A 8 stories unique temple dedicated to Mother India as a form of Goddess. Bharat Mata Mandir Detail : First Floor : First floor is dedicated to Bharat Mata (Mother India) it has the statue of Bharat Mata. Second Floor : The second floor 'Shoor...More

Thank Sheshagirishenoy
Reviewed June 10, 2017

Bharat Mata temple is a 8 storied tall temple in Haridwar near Sapt Ashram The temple was built by Swami Satyamitranand Giri Maharaj . It was inaugurated by Prime Minister Smt Indira Gandhi in 1983. Like many other temples it have statues of several God...More

Thank sunilagrawa111
Reviewed February 28, 2017

This is a eight storeyed temple located in Haridwar. The unique attraction here is the idol of Mother India. India is personified as Mother Goddess and worshipped here. Apart from Mother India idol, this temple has portrayal of freedom fighters, national heroes, women achievers of...More

Thank NoneI1
Reviewed November 27, 2016

This temple is dedicated to Mother India (Bharat Mata) located in Sapt Sarovar, Haridwar.spread over seven floors, It signifies national harmony, unity and integrity

Thank AbhishekS4034
Reviewed September 28, 2016

Bharat Mata temple is a temple dedicated to Mother India located in Sapt Sarovar, Haridwar. This is a eight storeyed tall structure where every floor has some thing very unique to see and explore. The first floor has a beautiful idol of Mother India. The...More

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