Overview of Mata Chintpurni Temple
This Mata temple name Chintpurni and situated in village of Una district, Himachal
Pandit Mai Das
Goddess Chintpurni / Chhinnamastika (form of Durga)
One of the 51 Shakti Peethas
How to reach:
You can easily reach By road, train as well by Air
History of Chinpurni Temple: - As per the ancient times records all the people believe temple is founded by Pandit Mai Das, a Saraswat Brahman. Before it’s this place is known also Chintpurni. His family still live in Chintpurni and complete prayers and puja at the Chintpurni temple. In few years back his family are authorized priests at the temple. But last 2 or 3 years temple is undertaken by Government and now this time this temple is prayers by different priests every day as per the rule and regulations.
As be talk about connectivity of temples with other major cities around Himachal as well India. Then this temple is well connected thorough air, rail as well road.
Timing of Temple: - The timing of open and close of Chintpurni temple is differ according to session. I mean in winter and summer temple is opened and closed different times.
Timing of Temple
How to Reach Chintpurni Temple: - As I am talk about temple is well connected all the major ways including by Air, Road as well Rail.
By Air: - You also reach Chintpurni temple by air. The one of the closest airports are Gaggal that is nearby Kangra District. Another airports that is close to Temple in Amritsar and Chandigarh.
By Train: - This temple is also well connected with Rail lines. The one of the closest rail station by Mata Chintpurni Temple is Bhawan is now AMB ANDAURA, District, Una, as per May, 2013. Bhawan is now AMB ANDAURA, District, Una, as per May, 2013. These are as below:-
And a Local train from Ambala to Una
But now this time the rail line is generated main or very near to Chintpurni Temple. This railway station is named on the name of temple name that is Mata Chintpurni Railway station.
By Road: - This temple is also well connected with road. Here I am explaining some of the major routes of buses these are as below:
Delhi- Panipat- Ambala- Chandigarh- Anandpur Sahib- Nangal- Una- Amb-Mubarakpur-Bharwain- Mata Chintpurni. If you chose these rotes this is approximately 425Kms form the Delhi to Mata Chintpurni Temple. As per my personal experience me prefer to you this route. I think this is one of the major rotes with less traffic and world class roads apart form few odd patches.
On the other hand you can also choose Ambala to Ludhiana- Jallandhar- Hoshiarpur- Gagret-Mubarakpur-Bharwai-Mata Chintpurni for a little longer route through Punjab. This route is approximately 470km
There are also many other routes form Pathankot through Mukerian or Upper parts of Himachal Pradesh to the Bhawan, through Una, Kangra, Nehrian or Amb.
Delhi to Maa Chintpurni Temple: 425Km
Amb to to Mata Chintpurni Bhawan: 20Km
Mubarakpur to Mata Chintpurni Bhawan: 16Km
Mata Jwala Ji to to Mata Chintpurni Bhawan: 32Km
Una to Mata Chintpurni Bhawan: 53Km