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Mata Chintpurni Devi - Temple Opening Times

Mata Chintpurni Devi

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Shri Chintpurni Devi Temple opening hours from 26/10/2020: Monday to Friday 8 am - 11 pm
Saturday and Sunday 7 am - 11 pm

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic a number of restrictions are still in place.
All devotees are strongly advised to adhere to the Covid-19 guidelines such as wearing masks, maintaining hygiene and social distancing at all times.

Devotees above the age of 65, those with co-morbidities, expectant mothers and children below the age of 10 years may not be allowed entry,  

All devotees should first present themselves for registration and thermal screening at one of the Chintpurni Temple Trust designated  counters - Chintpurni Sadan, MRC Parking, Shambhu Barrier. Devotees without computer-generated slips would not be allowed “darshan”.

Devotees are allowed to take "prasad" into the Temple. However they should keep the "prasad" with themselves and take it out of the Temple. No sprinkling of holy water or distribution of "prasad" by the priests or devotees is permitted inside the shrine. 

 Live darshan of Shri Chintpurni Devi is available from this official Mata Chintpurni Devi site .

Please note that the Deputy Commissioner, Una District has passed the following orders to help maintain law and order during the Navaratri celebrations.

No langars are allowed within a radius of 300 metres from the Temple. Coconut offerings, polythene bags are not allowed either.

As a noise pollution control measure, only the Temple Trust loudspeakers will be allowed. Playing of brass bands, drums and chimta is prohibited. Carrying of firearms is not allowed except by the relevant security staff. For all the restrictions in place during the Navaratri melas, please go to the Home page.


Some Tips for Devotees

Devotees are required to have a Darshan Parchi (temple admission card) to be able to enter the temple. The Darshan Parchi can be obtained from the security office near the temple or the Chintpurni Trust's Reception Cetre located at the New Bus Stand and Car Parking complex.

On busy days disabled persons wishing to use the lift may be required to show relevant documentation about their disability.

It is customary to cover your head with a handkerchief, shawl or cap while you are in the temple. Please dress in a conservative manner. Adults are expected to wear ankle-length clothing.

Please leave your shoes and other leather items (e.g. wallet or belt) outside the temple. An attendant will look after them.

Smoking, chewing paan masala or gutka, gambling or playing cards is not allowed in the temple. Please refrain from entering the temple if you have eaten meat or have consumed alcohol or other intoxicating drinks. 

It is extremely impolite to point you feet towards the deities while sitting or lying down in the temple.

Please behave in a courteous manner towards the other devotees. Do not shout or make unnecessary noise in the temple bhavan.

If you wish to make a donation, please put it directly in the donation box or daan-patra which is so marked. Please do not hand it over to any unauthorized person.

Please help us maintain a healthy and clean environment. Please put all rubbish in the bins placed for this purpose.

Beware of pick-pockets or chain snatchers. If you see any abandoned item, do not touch it. Please inform the temple security staff.


Home | Legends | A History of the Chintpurni Temple  | Devi Darshan  | Aarti and Stuti Location, Accommodation and AccessTemple Opening Times | Nearby places of interest | Acknowledgements

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