Chandi Devi Temple
Chandi Devi Temple is a standout amongst the most celebrated temples of India which is situated on the highest point of Neel Parvat on the other bank of river Ganga, in Haridwar. It was developed in 1929 AD by the King of Kashmir, Suchat Singh. It is said that Goddess Chandi fulfills all the wishes of her true devotees and this is the reason it is otherwise called Siddhpeetha.
According to a legend connected with the sanctuary, Goddess Chandika Devi rested on at Neel Parvat, for a short while, after slayings Demon rulers – Shumbh and Nishumbha. The temple was built to welcome her back. The managing divinity of this temple is ‘Chandi Devi’, a type of Shakti.
You can get auto rickshaw, cycle rickshaw, tongas and taxis for arriving at Chandi Devi temple, from any place of Haridwar. The ropeway administration known as Chandi Devi Udankhatola was presented for the benefit of the piligrims. The ropeway conveys the pioneers from the lower station spotted close Gauri Shankar Temple specifically to the Chandi Devi Temple.