The Jhandewalan Temple is a Hindu temple which is one of the well-known and the oldest temples of Delhi is situated between Paharganj and Jhandewalan road which is near to Karol Bagh in Delhi, it is a large and recognized Hindu temple. Jhandeevalan Temple is an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to flags. The Jhandewalan Temple is dedicated to the goddess Aadi Shakti.
DB Gupta Road, Block E, Jhandewalan Extension, Paharganj, New Delhi, Delhi 110055
Hindu temple architecture
Jhandewalan Metro Station
Some people say that the temple was located on a hill and when it was excavated, the statue of Mata was found inside the ground, then the temple was built here later. And it is also believed that Badri Bhagat, who was the supreme devotee of the mother, appeared to her in the dream and she spoke about the idol in the land. After this the temple was constructed here.
Apart from this, a mythological story is also associated with this temple. According to one belief, before the establishment of the temple, there were only peaceful atmosphere all around this place, many people used to come to this place for training and only one of them was Mr. Badridas Ji. One who was a businessman and he was a devotee of Mata Rani, one day Badridas ji was in awe while training, he realized that a temple at this place is in the land and he He started the process of land started. It was named after him as Jhandevi when the statue of a flag and mata rani was found there from there.
This temple is a religious place for Hindus. People of All castes and religions worship the puja. Here the chanting of Goddess Mantras is going on day and night. The temple is the best place for devotees to have happiness, peace and health.
Way are then celebrated all the festivals in Jhandewalan temple but Durga is held special prayers at the festival of worship and Navratri. On this day, the temple is decorated with flowers and lights. The spiritual atmosphere of the temple provides peace to the heart and mind of the devotees.
All the wishes of devotees are fulfilled in this temple. Here thousands of devotees come to visit the Mother Rani
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