5 Famous Temples In Delhi To Visit During Navratri: During the holy Navratri festival, devotees gathered to some of these famous temples in Delhi to pay obeisance to Goddess Durga. Some of those famous temples which witness a huge crowd of devotees during Navratri.
Kalka Ji Temple
The temple of Kalkaji is most famous temples that are known for the celebrations of Navratri in Delhi. The whole temple is beautifully decorated for nine days and grand offerings are given to the Goddess during Navratri.
Kali Mandir is a temple to Goddess Kali and also houses a temple of Radha Govinda and lord Shiva, built by the Bengali community situated in Cittaranaj Park, Delhi. During Navaratri and Durga-Puja celebrations, a huge crowd attracted to this Mandir.
Shri Sheetla Mata Mandir
Sheetla Mata is believed to be the wife of Dronacharya, the guru of Pandavas. It is also one of the popular temples of Delhi and is visited by thousands of devotees every day. Devotees especially come here on the occasion of Chaitra Navratri.
Jhandewalan Devi Mandir
This temple, Dedicated to Maa Aadi Shakti situated at Jhandewalan Devi Mandir Marg, Block E, Jhandewalan Extension, Jhandewalan, Near Karol Bagh, New Delhi, Delhi 110005. It is believed that the goddess conversant her loyal devotee Badri Bhagat about the location of the idol in her dream. The temple attracts thousands of devotees during Navratri when a special puja is conducted there.
Chhattarpur temple, dedicated to Goddess Katyayani is the second largest temple in India, situated in Delhi. Aside shrine within the main temple has a shrine of Goddess Katyayani which is open only during the Navratri season when a huge of visitors gather there for the holy darshan. There is another shrine of Goddess Durga in the temple which is open to the devotees from morning till evening.