Chandrahasini Mata Mandir
Lendhara, Chhattisgarh 496551, India
About Chandrahasini Mata Mandir
A famous temple in Chhattisgarh located in the Chandrapur town and is located in serene surroundings. so many devotees visit this temple every day due to their beliefs. there is a huge idol of Chandrahasini in this temple which shows light to the architectural beauty of Chhattisgarh.
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