Kalka Mandir is Positioned in Delhi and is dedicated to Goddess Kali- Mother Aadi Shakti. Kalka Ji Mandir is considered as one of the oldest and the most divine temples in the country. Established in late 1764 AD and is famed as Jayanti Peetha or Manokamna Siddha Peetha. Mother Aadi Shakti is revered as Shakti or Goddess of power among the Hindu Followers and devotees. Umpteen visitors come and take blessings of Goddess- Shakti on a daily basis. This temple is very much accessible as it is basically situated very near to Kalka Ji Metro Station. During the Festivals- Kali Puja, Durga puja, Vasant Panchami, Diwali and Navratri, the number reaches zillions.
Architecture: Another Temple of Lord Shiva, named as- Shri Swayambhu Mahakaleshwar Shiva Mandir. Built with marbles, plaster of Paris and bricks, surrounded by a Verandah and pyramidal tower. At the centre, a chamber is fixed and two red sandstone tigers in the sitting position. An idol of Goddess Kali is installed in the middle of these tigers.
Specialty: Prominent as one of the oldest temples not in India however in the world. Every Morning, bathing the idol- Mata Snanam with milk followed by an Aarti at 6:00 AM and in evening at 7:30 PM adds to the splendour of the temple.
In SUMMERS- 11:30 AM, 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM, 4:00 PM - 11:30 PM
In WINTERS- 6:00 AM - 7:30 AM, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
How To Reach:
By Road: Basically, there are many public and private vehicles available to reach Kalkaji Temple at Delhi as it is located very near to KalkaJi Metro Station.
By Rail: The Nearest Railway station is Delhi Railway station.
Air: The Nearest Airport
is Indira Gandhi International Airport Delhi.