note that the Deputy Commissioner, Una
District has passed the following orders
to help maintain law and order during the
The Temple will
be open from 2 am to 11 pm during the
Navaratri Mela. These times are liable to
change depending on the number of devotees
Devotees need to
obtain a "darshan parchi" (entry card) to
enter the temple. These entry cards are be
available at the Chintpurni Temple Trust's
Welcome complex located at the New Bus Stand
and Car Parking station.
Please leave your
shoes at the Joota Joda Ghar जूता जोड़ा घर (Shoe House)
which is located at the Old Bus Station site
and then join the darshan queue. There is no
facility near the temple entrance where you
may leave your shoes.
No langars are
allowed in the open within a radius of 300
metres from the Temple. Coconut offerings,
polythene bags are not allowed either.
been banned in the Mela area with the
imposition of Section 144.
As a noise
pollution control measure, only the Temple
Trust loudspeakers are allowed. Playing of
brass bands, drums and chimta is prohibited.
Carrying of firearms is not allowed except
by the relevant security staff.