Dedicated to Goddess Kali/Shakti, Kalkaji Temple was built around 1764AD. The temple is reckoned to be the replica of Vaishno Devi and is often thronged by a sizable population of devotees all through the year. It is believed that people who believe in the Goddess attain everything they want in life and then they come here to pay their gratitude. Kalkaji is amongst the most popular Hindu temples in Delhi and is often crowded during the weekends and during Navratri.
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How to Reach:
It is located between Nehru Place and Govind Puri stations of the Violet Line, and between Nehru Enclave and Okhla NSIC stations of the Magenta Line. It providesaccess to tourist sites such as Kalkaji Mandir, Lotus Temple, Prachin BhairavMandir and ISKCON Temple which are situated very near to the station.
Metro Station, Near, Ma Anandmayee Marg, NSIC Estate, Block 9, Kalkaji, New Delhi, Delhi 110019