This is Atariya temple located at 2 Km distance from Rudarpur Bus Station. Paanch Mandir is situated in centre of Rudrapur City. Architecture Legend / Local stories Photo Gallery How to Reach: By Air PantNagar is nearest airport from Delhi By Train Rudrapur City is the nearest Railway Station for going to Atariya Temple, Paanch […]
Uttarakhand, also known as Devbhumi, is a state in Northern India that is steeped in spirituality and religiosity. It is home to several ancient temples and shrines that are revered by Hindus across the country. These temples are not only significant from a religious perspective, but they also hold great historical and architectural value.
The state of Uttarakhand is dotted with numerous temples, each of which has its unique significance and history. The most famous among them are the Char Dham Yatra destinations – Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri. These temples are considered to be the holiest of all the pilgrimage sites in the Hindu religion.
Apart from the Char Dham Yatra, Uttarakhand is also home to other prominent temples like the Mansa Devi Temple in Haridwar, the Nanda Devi Temple in Almora, the Kainchi Dham Ashram in Nainital, and the Jageshwar Temple in Almora, among others.
These temples attract a large number of devotees and tourists from all over the world, who come here to seek blessings, peace, and solace. The architecture of these temples is unique and reflects the rich cultural heritage of the region. The intricate carvings, the exquisite sculptures, and the stunning location of these temples make them a must-visit for anyone traveling to Uttarakhand.
In conclusion, the temples in Uttarakhand are not just places of worship but also a testimony to the rich cultural and religious heritage of the region. A visit to these holy shrines is an enriching and fulfilling experience that offers a glimpse into the spiritual and cultural fabric of India.
Kandoliya Temple, Pauri Garhwal
Another Shiva temple (Kandolia Devta) is located in the dense forest of Oak and Pine on Kandolia hills. Adjacent to this temple is a beautiful park, sports complex and a few mts ahead is Asia’s highest Stadium Ransi. During summers Kandolia Park Witnesses the cheering, laughing and funfilled families from the locale. One side of […]
Kyunkaleshwar Temple, Pauri Garhwal
8th century Shiva temple established by Sankaracharya during his visit to Pauri with the view of, revival of Hinduism. The temple is well renowned in Pauri and nearby areas, people has a very strong belief in the temple with main Deities- Lord Shiva, Parvati, Ganesha, Kartikeya. Other Deities in the temple just behind the main […]
Nagdev Temple, Pauri Garhwal
Much worshipped temple of snake God (Nag) and situated in a dense forest of Pine and Rhododendron. On the way to the temple an observatory is installed from where one can get a gigantic and thrilling view of magnificent Himalayan ranges like Chaukhamba, Gangotri Group, Banderpoonch, Kedardom, Kedarnath etc. The temple is located on Pauri- […]
Jwalpa Devi Temple, Pauri Garhwal
Famous ShaktiPeeth of this area dedicated to Goddess Durga is around 33kms from Pauri on Pauri- Kotdwar motor road. A special worship is offered during Navratras’ people come from far and wide to pray for the fulfillment of their desires. Accommodation units like Tourist rest House (4 beds) and Dharamshala are available here. Temple is […]
Dhari Devi Temple, Pauri Garhwal
The temple dedicated to goddess Kali is a much worshiped Goddess of the region. People are of the opinion that the stone carved deity changes face of a girl, woman, and of old lady as the day progresses. A mythological account says that once a severe flood washed away a temple and Dhari Devi’s idol […]
Shri Koteshwar Mahadev Temple, Pauri Garhwal
Situated at an elevation of 1428 mts., this temple has a great following among childless couples. The temple houses a Shivlinga and is surrounded by the Himalayan ranges in the east, Haridwar in the west and the Siddha Peeth Medanpuri Devi temple in the south. Legend has it that a village woman inadverdently hit a […]
Tarkeshwar Mahadev Temple, Pauri Garhwal
This temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Is is 36 kms from Lansdowne, the headquarter of ‘Garhwal Rifle’. Surrounded by thick forests of Deodar & Pine, it is an ideal place for those who seek for beauty in nature. During Shivratri, a special worship is held. The temple committee provides a dharamshala for accommodation Architecture Legend […]
Sureshwari Devi Temple, Haridwar
Sureshwari Devi is an old tempale in Haridwar. This temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga and is located at outskirts of Haridwar in Ranipur. Situated in the peaceful forest area of Rajaji National park. Architecture Legend / Local stories Photo Gallery How to Reach: By Air Jolly Grant Dehardun Airport is the nearest airport to […]
Purnagiri Temple, Champawat
At a height of 3000 mts. above sea level, Purnagiri is 20 kms. from Tanakpur, 171 kms. from Pithoragarh and 92 kms. from Champawat. Purnagiri temple is visited throughout the year by devotees from all parts of the country, who come here in large numbers, particularly during Chaitra Navratri in the month of March – […]