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Architecture of Chhatarpur Mandir


Built in white marble Chhatarpur Mandir is located about 4 kilometers from the Gurgaon - Mehruli Road. It reflects intricate designs and excellent craftsmanship. Chhatarpur Mandir displays archetypal south Indian style of architecture with well manicured gardens.

Chhatarpur Mandir, one of the most revered temples of Delhi is devoted to Goddess Durga. Other deities worshipped in the temple are Lord Shiva, Ganesha and Rama. Devotees regularly visit the temple.

Architecture of Chhatarpur Mandir

Stretched over a huge property, Chhatarpur Mandir is set amidst well manicured lawns and gardens. Devotees tie colored threads and bangles on the branches of a tree in the temple complex. The tree looks very colorful and decorated. It is believed that by tying threads and bangles the wishes will be fulfilled.

The architecture of Chhatarpur Mandir is modern. The temple is mostly made of marble.

Navratri and Dussera are important festivals of Chhatarpur Mandir. The festival are celebrated with much enthusiasm.

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