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Kali Mata Temple-(Kalka )

The Navaratri fair will start in the Sadh Shree Peeth Kali Mata Temple on Monday, the last of Haryana and the first door of Himachal Pradesh in the border area. For this, the temple has been decorated in a charming manner and the security system has also been fixed.

According to legend, in the era of Satyug, Mahishasur, Chand-Munda, Shumbha-Nishumbha and bloodboys had increased the fury of the demons, so that the gods were afraid and scattered in the Kandras. One day all the gods praised Adivakti Shri Jagdamba Matthwari, which pleased the mother to appear in the form of a child.

Upon hearing the miseries of Gods, the mother expanded her appearance, with thousands of hands on her legs. All the deities gave their own weapon to Adishakti. Vishnu chakra, Shiva offered Trishul, Brahma kamandal, Indra Vajra, Sheshnag gave the balance, Yama Raj and Yamphans etc. to Artha Mata.

After this, Mother Jagdamba landed in the battlefield and was destroyed at the place of Kalka land, by destroying other demons including Mahishasur, which became famous in the name of Kali Mata in Kalka.

There is also a belief that when Lord Pandava lost his yagna in Dwapar era, he had 12 years of exile and one year old unknown. During that time he remained 12 years in Biratnagar. At that time, much of the cow was served in the state of Kavita King. At the same time a cow named Shyama used to consecrate the mother's pinda with his milk daily. Pandavas were surprised to see this charisma and the Pandavas established the temple at this place.


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19 junHaryana Govt GAZ (Extra) in Hindi

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19 junHaryana Govt GAZ (Extra) in Hindi

19 junHaryana Govt GAZ (Extra) in Hindi

MANDIR TIMINGS

MANDIR OPENING CLOSING TIME
Summer Timings: 4 AM to 10 PM
Winter Timings: 5AM to 9 PM

ARTI TIMINGS
MORNING: 5 AM / 6 AM
EVENING : 6 PM / 7 PM

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