Mata Chintpurni Devi Temple of Devi / Shakti in the form of Parvathi Mata Mandir Road, , Near Jwalaji Road, Chintpurni-177110

Chhinnamasta or Chinnamastika temple is one of the 7 major and 51 total Shakti Peethas.In this place only Feet of shakthi fell down and is worshiped as Chhinnamastika.the bhairava is Rudra Mahadev.

Temple Etiquette

  • Footwear not allowed inside

    Footwear not allowed inside
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    Footwear to be left outside the temple. In summer be careful of the hot paving stones.

  • Prasad and donation

    Prasad and donation
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    Use your right hand to accept prasad and give donations. The left hand is considered unclean in India.

  • Dress conservatively

    Dress conservatively
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    Avoid shorts, skirts, tanktops and do not expose legs.

  • Restricted entry

    Restricted entry
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    Entry is normally restricted to temple priests in the sanctum sanctorum. Some temples restrict the entry of non-Hindus

  • Avoid cellphones

    Avoid cellphones
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    Use of cell phones is restricted normally. Photography is restricted in some temples.

  • Circumambulation or pradakshina

    Circumambulation or pradakshina
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    Devotees are to walk around the sanctum sanctorum in a clockwise direction


About Mata Chintpurni Devi Temple

Goddess Mata Chintapurni Temple is the famous Hindu Temple in Himachal Pradesh. It is devoted to goddess Mata Chintpurni or Chhinnamastika Devi. The one who helps the sincere and devoted yogi to dissolve his or her mind, including all the predetermined ideas, attachments and habits into the Pure godly Consciousness, is the the headless goddess, Chhinnamasta which having  Great Cosmic Power.

One of the 7 major and 51 total Shakti Peethas is Chhinnamasta or Chinnamastika temple. The mythology of Daksha yaga and Sati's self immolation is the mythology liked to the Shakti Peethas. The other name for goddess Chamunda Devi is Mahakali.

In the opinion of the Hindu mythology, Lord Vishnu cut the  skeleton of Shati in to fifty one pieces with his chakra to stop the wrath of lord Shiva. It is believed that the feet of Sati fell in this place where the temple has been built.

This Shaktipeeth  have been visiting for centuries by devotees to pray at the lotus feet of goddess Mata  Chhinnamastika Devi. This temple is revered by the Hindus in Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh and it is believed that the Goddess Chintapurni is the remover of all troubles.

From the goddess Devi, the devotees bring their worldly concerns and seek blessings. It is said that your wish will be granted and fulfilled, if you ask something from the Devi with a true heart.

Chintpurni Maa “Chinta” Means"worry", worries act as a slow poison. Mathaa saves her bhaktas (Devotees)from it, giving tonic of life, by fulfilling their desires and hence rightly known as CHINTAPURNI.  The goddess is also known as the home of Chhinnamastila.

The devotees bring with them their worldly concerns and seek blessings from the Devi. It is said that if you ask something from the Devi with a true heart, your wish will be granted and fulfilled.

 

Places

Bharwain

Bharwain, Himachal Pradesh, Una, Una (Dist), Himachal Pradesh

Bharwain is a famous hill station in the Una District that has the ancient Chintpurni Devi temple. The temple is around 3 km away from Bharwain on the main Kangra-Hoshiarpur Road.

The Judges Court

The Judge's Court Jai Bhawan, Heritage Village Pragpur, Himachal Pradesh 177107, kangra, Kangra (Dist), Himachal Pradesh

The Judge’s Court has been built spanning an area of eight acres of land. The floor plan of the court follows the pattern of a colonial bungalow and the decorations are partially local and partly Saracenic.

Nadaun

Nadaun Palace, Kangra, Himachal Pradesh., kangra, Kangra (Dist), Himachal Pradesh

Nadaun palace the former capital of King Sansar Chand is popular for its murals. It is located on the bank of River Beas and is a popular spot for picnics and day trips.

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