Temple opening hours listed below are for
normal days only.
to Friday 5 am - 9.30 pm
and Sunday 5 am - 11 pm
note that due to the current Covid-19
epidemic Temple opening hours and
SOP(standard operating procedures
including entry requirements) are
liable to change at short notice.
Navaratri Mela - Some important
guidelines promulgated by the Himachal
Pradesh Government, 4 October 2021
temple will be open from 00.00 am to 11 pm.
visitors from outside Himachal seeking
entry to Himachal are required to
of any one of these - RTPCR
test negative within 72 hours OR Rapid test
negative within 24 hours OR any Covid
vaccine both doses.
should first present themselves for
registration and thermal screening at one of
the Chintpurni Temple Trust designated
counters. Devotees without computer-generated
slips will not be allowed darshan.
the devotees without Covid symptoms will be
allowed to enter the temple after a medical
examination at the prescribed points. Devotees
with Covid symptoms will be isolated and will
be allowed to proceed only after their report
is negative. Devotees can contact the New Bus
Stand, Chintpurni Sadan and Shambhu Barrier
for registration and medical check up.
People over the age
of 60, people with serious illnesses, pregnant
women and children under the age of 10 are
advised to stay at home.
should leave their shoes in their vehicle.
Another option is to deposit the shoes at the
shoe storage area near the Old Bus
should start from Shambhu Barrier, proceed to
gate numbers 1 and 2, Main Bazaar and then
towards Chintpurni Sadan.
Devotees will be allowed to offer dry prasad
only. Priests will not give any prasad to
devotees, nor will they they tie mauli.
Hawan, Kanya Pujan, Standing, sitting, waiting
or crowding in the temple. Jagaran, kirtan,
bhajan, langar bhandara. Temporary shops
are not allowed either.
will be allowed to take in tenants upto
their 50% capacity only.
Please keep your mask on. No mask, no
must ensure adherence to the Covid-19
guidelines issued by the Himachal Pradesh