Chinmastika Shaktipeeth Maa Chintpurni Temple in Una, Himachal Pradesh, India - get details, & find more attractions to visit nearby

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Chinmastika Shaktipeeth Maa Chintpurni Temple

Vpo chintpurni, teh Amb, Moien, Chintpurni, Himachal Pradesh 177110, India

Hindu Temples

About Chinmastika Shaktipeeth Maa Chintpurni Temple

Chintpurni is a major idolized shrine of the Hindus, which is located in the Una district of Himachal Pradesh. It is placed on one of the highest peaks of the Sola Singhi Range. Chintpurni Devi is the goddess here who takes away all the worries and stress of devotees. In this temple, the Goddess is showed without her head in a pindi form. Many Devotees have been flocking Shaktipeeth for centuries to worship at the lotus feet of Mata Shri Chhinnamastika Devi.



Attractions near Chinmastika Shaktipeeth Maa Chintpurni Temple

Pong Dam20.08km from Chinmastika Shaktipeeth Maa Chintpurni Temple

A reservoir has been constructed on the river Beas in the wet land of Shivalik hills of Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, which has been named as Maharana Pratap Sagar. It is also known as Pong reservoir or Pong Dam.This dam was built in 1975 named in honor of Maharana Pratap, this reservoir or lake is a famous wildlife sanctuary and one of the 25 international wetland sites declared by Ramsar Sammel in India.

Damsal Dam20.96km from Chinmastika Shaktipeeth Maa Chintpurni Temple

This is an earth fill dam across the Damsal river and it is situated in a picturesque location where there is a good climate and no more noises and all. This dam is the main water source for the nearby districts.

Masrur Temples29.55km from Chinmastika Shaktipeeth Maa Chintpurni Temple

Masroor Rock Cut Temple is a popular archaeological site in India is around 32 km from Kangra on Nagrota-Surian Link Road. A major part of the famous rock cut temples are in ruins yet one can study the relics clearly. They are a version of North Indian Nagara architecture style, dedicated to Shiva, Vishnu, Devi and Saura traditions of Hinduism.

Kangra Fort34.19km from Chinmastika Shaktipeeth Maa Chintpurni Temple

Kangra Fort is located 20 kilometers from the town of Dharamsala on the outskirts of the town of Kangra. Kangra Fort is witness to thousands of years of grandeur, invasion, war, wealth and evolution. This mighty fort traces its origins to the ancient Trigarta Kingdom, which is mentioned in the Mahabharata epic. It is the largest fort in the Himalayas and probably the oldest dated fort in India.

Shaktipeeth Shri Bajreshwari Devi Temple36.22km from Chinmastika Shaktipeeth Maa Chintpurni Temple

The Bajreshwari Devi Temple is a popular Hindu pilgrimage site in Kangra District of Himachal Pradesh behind the crowded market of Kangra Town. It is said to be constructed by Goddess Bajreshwari itself at a place where once the famous Ashwamedh or horse-sacrifice took place. Standing behind the cricket field, numerous food selling stalls and bustling streets, the temple stands high and proves its presence by the echoing sounds of its huge bells.

Sujanpur Tira Fort38.14km from Chinmastika Shaktipeeth Maa Chintpurni Temple

The palace-fort, Sujanpur Tira is situated at a distance of 22kms from Hamirpur town and touches the Kangra border. The fort was built by Raja Abhay Chand of the Katoch dynasty of Kangra in 1758. For more than a century, Sujanpur Tira remained the royal residence for the Katoch dynasty. The fort in the early 19th century was also the residence of Raja Sansar Chand, who is reckoned to be the patron of Kangra School of miniature paintings.

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Una lies in the south-western part of Himachal Pradesh, with the Sivalik Hills of the Himalayas rolling on one side.