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Chamunda Mata Temple

Sojat Town, Jodhpur 342001, India
+91 94602 14919
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A worthy place for visit and prayers

Well perched on the hill top of Mehrangarh fort with a birds eye view on all three sides. A well... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
j_yuvan
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Chennai (Madras), India
Jai Chamunda Devi

The temple is situated near one gate of Fort.It is dedicated to Chamunda devi (incarnation of... read more

Reviewed 8 June 2017
sunilagrawa111
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Meerut, India
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History of chamunda temple in pushkar.....this temple is a hidden treasure in the serene surroundings of pushkar hills...it's a 2km walk from pushkar main bazaar...there are 52 shaktipeeths (power places) in India and neighboring countries.....the legend has it that the various body parts of the mother goddess fell in those places energizing them.this one is 27 th where wrists of the goddess fell.
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Sojat Town, Jodhpur 342001, India
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+91 94602 14919
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Well perched on the hill top of Mehrangarh fort with a birds eye view on all three sides. A well maintained temple. Must visit place

Thank j_yuvan
Reviewed 8 June 2017

The temple is situated near one gate of Fort.It is dedicated to Chamunda devi (incarnation of Shakti). A small but temple with lot of faith by the erstwhile royal family as well as local citizen. The view of the city between fort gate and this...More

Thank sunilagrawa111
Reviewed 25 April 2017

This temple is at the end of the fort. Temple is very small but beautiful. you can view breathtaking view of the blue city from the temple area. Worth to visit the place. Aarati takes place at 7 PM daily.

Thank priteshkulkarni
Reviewed 24 April 2017

This temple is situated within the Mehrangarh fort. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Chamuda. As per Hindu religious texts, Goddess Shakti had taken the form of Goddess Chamuda to kill the Demons. People visiting the fort should keep dedicated hours to visit the temple...More

Thank bishnu s
Reviewed 14 April 2017

Don't miss it if you are going to the Mehrangarh fort - it is a short walk at the other end. Takes about 10 extra minutes.

Thank salilagrawal
Reviewed 1 April 2017

It is in edge of mehrangarth fort, while walking on walls of fort and till you reach to this temple you would have whole jodhpur city view from enough height.

Thank Sonal K
Reviewed 26 March 2017

It's a very well maintained beautiful temple located in a picturesque surrounding. The idol of Devi Chamunda who is a manifestation of Goddess Shakti is mesmerizing. The temple was crowded when we visited in the morning. It's necessary to keep sufficient time to have a...More

Thank Rimjhim B
Reviewed 9 February 2017

Chamunda Mata Temple holds a strong place in the Hindu culture, located at the eastern end of the fort, a 10 mins walk from the center of fort a must visit regardless of religious aspect.

Thank NipunKhetan
Reviewed 31 January 2017

Chamunda Mata Temple is located on top of the Mehranghar fort. It offers spectacular views of Jodhpur city, the blue city and the Umaid Bhavan Palace. The best time to visit is at sunrise. It is a long walk up so make sure you wear...More

Thank GauravChand
Reviewed 27 January 2017

The Temple is located right on top of the fort and provides stunning views. One can see the whole city from here. However it is a long walk up. So start from the temple at sunrise and see the fort on the way down.

Thank Aartichand
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