Garjiya Mandir | Garjiya Devi Temple in Ramnagar, Nainital

Maa Garjiya Devi Temple

Uttarakhand is known as Devbhoomi, and there are many temples of Hindu Gods and Goddesses and Garjiya Devi Temple is one of them. Located in a surrounding of Corbett national park and 10 km far from main market Ramnagar, this temple attracts thousands of visitors every year.

According to Hindu mythology, Garjia Devi was the daughter of King Himalaya and a wife of Lord Shiva. In 1970, the temple was reconstructed and Pt. Pooran Chandra Pandey has an important role on this.

Currently, there is a statue of Garjia Maa, the height of this statue is 4.5 feet, apart from Garjia Devi statue there is also a statue of Saraswati and Ganesha, which are made up of White marble.  In Temples premises, devotees can also spot the temple of Laxmi Narayan.

Festival of Lights of the Gods at Ramnagar Uttarakhand

Is it believed that Seeta Bani and Anasooya Devi have worshiped here, people from all over the India visit here to pay homage to the temple?  In the month of Kartik, there is a festival of lights starts and it is a coincidence that at the same time light festival of Sikh community is also celebrated.

Plan your tour to Garjiya Devi Temple

If you plan your holiday trip properly then the trip to Garjiya temple will never disappoint you. The trip to Garjiya temple is full of adventure due to its close proximity from the Corbett National park. The visitor can take a route of dense forests, climbing rocks while listening to the roars of Tiger and birds chirping.
                                     Best time to visit – October – April

Hotels and Resort Near Garjiya Temple

  1. The Solluna Resort
  2. Corbett Riverside Resort
  3. The River View Retreat
  4. Mapple Corbett Leisure Resort
  5. Club Mahindra Corbett
The temple is famous for Faith and devotees believed that Maa Garjia blesses all their wishes. This is the only reason that people visited here in a large amount and often dedicate bells and umbrellas once their wishes are fulfilled.
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