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Mata Naina Devi Mandir is one of the Shakti Peeths of Goddess Sati. This highly revered temple is located on a hilltop which guarantees amazing views of the mountains. There is a ropeway here run by Damodar Ropeways & Infra Limited [DRIL] that takes pilgrims...More
Sri Naina Deviji temple one of the important holy shrines for Hindus. It's a town of Bilaspur district in the state of Hinachal Pradesh. The temple is on the hilltop and over look at Govind sagar lake which was created from Bhakra Nangal dam.
I went Naina Devi temple with my friends. The Naina Devi temple is situated on the top of the hills. Here we all knew about the glory of Maa Naina Devi. Here is two ways to go to the temple, one is the rope way...More
The temple is located on a hill top that brings you real close to nature. Gives an awesome panorama of the reservoir if Bhakra Dam the Govind Sagar Lake amidst the hills. Drive along the reservoir for added fun.
This is where the eyes of the Goddess Sati fell hence the name Naina Devi. This is virtually the most visited Shaktipeeth of the 51 places associated with the legend of Lord Shiva and the Goddess Sati. We saw it from the distance as time...More
Sri Naina Devi Ji Temple is Situated at Naina devi Town in Bilaspur.it is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas Of mata Sati .The main shirne mata Naina devi is consider as Eyes of mata Sati(First wife of lord Shiva and Daughter of King Daksh)....More
This is a serene place for devotees and believers in it. We went there at a time when there was no rush and could have the darshanas in a proper way. The time of the visit should be such when there is no rush and...More
Located on the hill top this is one of the most sacred places in Himachal Pradesh.It is one of the 51 shaktipeets where limbs of sati fell on earth.
I visited this place by car which goes up to top .You have to walk from...More
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After get down from rope way you have to walk about 15-20 steps. There is also direct road up to temple back where rope way platform situated, if you take this route then you don't have to take rope way and it is more... More
After get down from rope way you have to walk about 15-20 steps. There is also direct road up to temple back where rope way platform situated, if you take this route then you don't have to take rope way and it is more convenient and cost saving option for you. this is more convenient way to reach temple for Aged persons and children.