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The nine-day Navratri festival has begin on Sunday, October 14 and will end on October 23. Navratri is celebrated all across the country and marks the arrival of the Goddess Durga in various avatars in our homes. During the celebration of Navratri, nine forms of Goddess Durga are worshipped.

India’s capital city has got some beautifully designed temples known for their elegance and excellent architecture. Check out some temples to visit during this Navratri in Delhi.

1. Shree Sheetla Mata Mandir

Shree Sheetla Mata Mandir

Shree Sheetla Mata Mandir, one of the largest and most renowned temples to visit during the Navratri festival in Delhi NCR. This sacred site truly comes alive with devotees immersed in devotion. Visitors are encouraged to participate in the festivities and can make offerings of flowers and prayers to Mata Sheetla Devi’s idol.

2. Kalkaji Temple

Among the temples to visit during this Navratri in Delhi is the Kalka Ji Temple, one of Delhi’s oldest, devoted to Goddess Kali. According to local traditions, it is revered as the Manokaamna Siddha Peetha or Jayanti Peeta.

Constructed around 1764 AD, followers hold a strong belief that during Navratri, Goddess Kali fulfills the wishes and prayers of her devotees

3. Chhatarpur Temple

Chhatarpur Temple

Chhatarpur Temple in South is dedicated to Goddess Katyayani is a must visit temples to visit during this Navratri in Delhi . Its stunning architecture captivates tourists and, notably, the temple is open exclusively during Navratri attracts devotees year-round.

4. Yogmaya Temple

Yogmaya Temple

Yogmaya Temple is one most popular temples to visit during this Navratri in Delhi. Devotees flock to this temple dedicated to Goddess Yogmaya, the sister of Lord Krishna, located in Mehrauli. Believed to be one of the five surviving temples from the Mahabharata period, this sacred site attracts a large number of devotees during the nine-day Navratri festival. Experience the vibrant decorations and immerse yourself in the festive spirit at Yogmaya Temple

5. Jhandewalan Temple

One of the must-visit temples to visit during this Navratri in Delhi is situated on Jhandewalan road. Dedicated to Maa Aadi Shakti, this renowned temple attracts hundreds of worshippers.

Named ‘Jhandewalan’ during Shah Jahan’s reign because of the prayer flags or Jhandas offered there, this temple holds significant cultural and historical importance. It stands out as one of the top destinations for devotees seeking blessings during the Navratri festival in Delhi


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