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Mangal Gauri Temple

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Speciality
Shaktipeeth
Primary Idol
Goddess Mangal Gauri
Opening Hours
Monday-Sunday, 06:00-21:00Hrs
Distance from Airport or railway Station
4Kms from Gaya Junction
Capacity
1,000
Address
Mangla Gauri Mandir Rd, Shakti Peetham, Gaya, Bihar 823001

What you'll be reading-

In the northern Indian state of Bihar, Gaya is home to the Mangla Gauri Devi Temple. Gaya is located by the Falgu River. The temple is one of the 18th shaktipeeth, and it is where the Sati devi’s breast naturally falls.

The three puranas, the Agni Purana, Padma Purana, and Vayu Purana, all mention this great temple. Mangla Gauri Hill’s summit is where the temple is located. The steps and road leading to the temple must be taken in order to access them.

There are relief carvings in the temple because it was constructed in antiquity. In front of the temple, there is a little mandap that is accessible. The city boasts historic structures, serene natural settings, and steep hills on its western side where rivers flow, giving it a magnificent appearance.

In the 15th century, the Mangla Gauri temple was built and is dedicated to Lord Shakti. To access the temple, pilgrims must ascend a tiny hillside. The path passes by residents’ homes in the neighbourhood. The first temple you come to after starting the steps is for Bheem (one of the Five Pandavas). Since Bheem performed Shraddha karma over here, it is known as Bhimvedi Gaya. Here, the knee impression of Bheem can be clearly seen.

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