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7 Devi Darshan
7 Devi Darshan from Chandigarh
Duration : ( 3 Days / 2 Nights)

Temples Covered : Chintpurni  Temple, Bagla mukhi, Jwala Ji,Brajeshwari Devi (Kangra), Chamunda Ji, Naina Devi  & Mansa Devi

The 7 Devi Darshan is the tour to the seven manifestations of the goddess Durga in Himachal Pradesh & Chandigarh.The temples visited during the tour are Mansa Devi temple in Chandigarh, Naina Devi temple, Chintpurni Devi temple, Mata Jawla Devi temple, Maa Bagla Mukhi temple, Kangra Devi(Brajeshwari) Temple and Chamunda Devi.

The convenient tour plan will help you to visit all places without any hassle and will also enable you to rejuvenate your mind and bodies with the tranquillity and spirituality of the places.

The hotel accommodation, transport expenses, meals are part of the package tour provided by us. We receive guests at the railway stations or airport and transfer them to hotels in air-conditioned vehicle as per the package plan.

 All Inclusive 7 Devi Darshan in Himachal Package including visit to the famous Shaktipeeths- Mansa Devi, Naina Devi, Jwala Ji, Chintpurni Ji, Brajeshwari Devi, Bagla Mukhi & Chamunda Devi for 3 Days / 2 Night!
Itinerary for 7 Devi Darshanl
Day 1
Chandigarh - Chintpurni - Jwala Ji
Night stay : Jwala Ji

Your spiritual journey starts from Chandigarh. Proceed to Chintpurni by road and drive for about 3 hours to reach temple of Chintpurni Devi. The temple of Mata Chintpurni, located in the Una district, is dedicated to Mata Chintpurni also known as Chhinnamastika Devi. The temple has derived this name from the idol of goddess Durga in the temple, which is without (Chhinnaa ) a head (mastika). During the festival of Navratri, throngs of pious devotees of the Goddess gather in the temple premises, hoping that their wishes will be granted by the Divine goddess.

Seek blessings and drive towards Jwala Ji Temple. The drive usually takes 1 hour from Chintpurni. On reaching check in to your hotel and freshen up and later visit temple of Jwala Mukhi Ji.The Jwalamukhi Shaktipeeth is said to house the tongue of Sati which fell in the place where the temple is being erected. The temple was built in homage to goddess Jawala-mukhi, also termed as ‘Maa Jwala Ji’. The Hindu meaning of the word Jawalamukhi is mouth of flames and Jwala Ji means flames. The devotees of Sati believe that there are nine flames that burn permanently. Aarti is performed here five times a day but for tourists from home and abroad, the evening Aarti or Shaiyan Aarti is the main attraction as the Goddess, resplendent in her priceless ornaments is prayed to by devotees from near and far, with delicate lamps lighting up the entire temple amid the chanting of religious songs. The grand Puja that takes place in this temple is a sight to be seen and the power of the Goddess can be felt all around. Night stay at hotel in Jwala Ji.

Day 2
Brajeshwari Devi Kangra - Chamunda Devi
Night Stay : Chamunda

In the morning after check out, drive for about 1 hour to reach Brajeshwari Devi Kangra located at a distance of about 35 kms from Jwala Mukhi. The main deity of this temple is Brajeshwari Devi who is also known as Vajrayogini or Nagarkot Dhaam. She is also the incarnation of Parvati, the Goddess or Aadi Maya on the Earth. It is one of the 51 Shaktipeeths of Devi Mata Ji. It is said to be built over the ashen and charred breasts of Goddess Sati. The sacred and holy shrine is known for its extreme wealth it has gathered overages. Later we will drive for about 40 minutes to reach Chamunda Devi.

Check in to your hotel and freshen up. Later visit Chamunda Devi Temple in the evening and you can attend "Evening Aarti of Chamunda Devi". The Chamunda Devi Temple is a shrine to the wrathful form of Goddess Durga or Chamunda who in Hindu Mythology is the symbol of female power. The idol of Goddess Chamunda in the temple is considered so sacred that it is completely hidden beneath a red cloth and is kept so always. Night stay at hotel in Chamunda Devi.

Day 3
Bagla Mukhi - Naina Devi - Mansa Devi - Chandigarh Drop
In the morning after check out proceed towards Bagla Mukhi Ji. The shrine is dedicated to one of the Ten Mahavidyas of the Supreme Goddess as per Shaktism. Devotees visit the temple with hopes of getting their wishes fulfilled, elections & cases won, exams passed or life otherwise to be happy and successful. It is said that anything asked for after performing homagni and yajna at the temple is granted. The name Bagalamukhi comes from two separate Sanskrit words, 'Bagala' meaning 'bride' and 'mukhi' meaning 'face'. In essence, it translates to the deity having captivating and hypnotising powers in her face or herself which fights the evil away. It is said that yellow is the favourite colour of the goddess which is why the Baglamukhi Temple has been painted yellow in colour. All the worshippers of the Goddess wear yellow coloured clothes, and yellow sweets are offered to the deity. Many festivals are celebrated at Maa Baglamukhi Temple including Navratri, Guru Purnima, Vasant Panchami, and other special pujas and aartis.

Later proceed towards Naina Devi Ji.  The Temple of Shri Naina Devi Ji is situated on a hilltop at a height of 1219 m above sea level, it was built by Raja Bir Chand in the 8th century. This temple was constructed on a triangular hillock and is considered one of the 51 Shakti Peeths of Sati. The temple can be reached on foot or manual carriages. There is also a ropeway that can be used to reach the hilltop.

After crossing the main entrance gate, you will notice a grand Peepal tree on the left side. Just opposite the tree, there are idols of Lord Ganesha and Lord Hanuman. Upon reaching the main temple, you will be greeted by two statues of lions. The inner sanctum of the temple has three idols- Kali Devi on the left, the Eyes of the Shakti in the middle, and Lord Ganesha on the right. The entire stretch leading up to the temple is lined with small shops that sell prasad and souvenirs. The temple attracts thousands of devotees and can be very crowded on auspicious Hindu days. This temple is among the most revered temples in the country. The eyes of Devi Sati fall at this place.

Seek blessings from Goddess and drive towards Mansa Devi Temple.This temple is the holy abode of Mata Mansa. Devotees horde this place to the tie a threat around the tree as it is believed that wishes of people come true by doing it.On reaching Chandigarh we will drop you at the railway station in the evening. Board your train & return back to your desired destination with blessings of Durga Mata Ji.

Get the Best Holidays Planned by Experts!
  • 1 Night accommodation at Jwala Ji with breakfast.
  • 1 Night accommodation at  Chamunda Devi with breakfast.
  • Visit to Naina Devi, Chintpurni Devi, Jwala Ji, Kangra Devi, Chamunda Devi , Bagla Mukhi & Mansa Devi.
  • All transfers by private cab according to category chosen.
  • All driver allowances, toll, parking & fuel charges.
251, Rajpur
Palampur Valley
Himachal Pradesh (India)
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