• India
  • Uttarakhand
  • Jeolikot
  • 5 °C-30°C
  • 5400FT
  • Hindi
  • April to June
  • Kathgodam
  • Pantnagar
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Jeolikot Religious Places

Jeolikot Religious Places
25 reviews

Nanda Devi Temple

Situated alongside the northern shore of the Naini Lake, this temple is dedicated to Goddess Sati and is counted amongst the 64 Shakti Peethas devoted to Her.According to mythological legends, the eye of Goddess Sati fell at this spot while Lord Shiva was carrying Her mortal remains to Mount Kailash. This is how She began to be worshipped as 'Naina', which means eye on translation. The Nanda Devi Temple is one of the most important places of religious significance in Jeolikot. It is also the venue of the Nanda Devi Mahotsav, which is a grand religious celebration organised to honour Ma Nanda and Sunanda – two local goddesses.

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Hanuman Garhi Temple

The ancient temple in Jeolikot was frequently visited by Neem Karoli Baba, the local saint. Hanumangarhi has a life size idol of Lord Hanuman, who is also known as Maruti. The statue is so big that it is visible even from outside.If you are planning to visit Hanumangarhi, make sure you are appropriately dressed as there are some rules which you need to follow. Surrounded by beautiful spectacles of nature, you can also treat yourself to some amazing views of the sunset and sunrise from the temple premises.

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Chitai Temple

Golu Devata or Lord Golu is the legendary mythological and historical God of the Kumaun region of Uttarakhand state of India and is their deity. The Golu Devta Chitai, temple is about 4 km from the main gate of Jeolikot wildlife sanctuary & about 10 km. from Almora. Novel on Goludev story can read -"Sanyasi-Yodha" writer Kaustubh anand chandola.

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Garjiya Devi Temple

Garjiya Devi Temple is a small temple in Corbett. One has to cross the Teh Kosi River to reach the temple. The temple is a perfect place to visit if you are looking for a peaceful time. It is one of the main attractions in Corbett.The temple is also known as the festival of lights of the gods. Garjia Devi - beautiful temple on the top of a cliff Ramnagar is a small town in the Jeolikot district of Uttarakhand. Goddess Parvati is worshi""ed in a different avatar in different "arts of the country.

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Kainchi Mandir

While on your way to Ranikhet, there lies the beautiful Kainchi Dham which is a spiritual stop over for anyone who wants to connect with their own self while in the lap of nature. This is an ashram which organises spiritual camps and meditation programs which are attended by Indians and Foreigners alike. There is also a fair which is organised on June 15th every year which is a favourite among the locals and tourists.

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Karkotak Temple

Dedicated to Naag Devta, the temple is a must visit for the amazing views it offers! Located atop a hill, Karkotak Temple is a 3 km interesting trek from Bhimtal and you will be accompanied by amazing scenic views all through your journey and the area around the temple is also a preferred site for camping. It takes around 2 hours of trekking and if you are planning a night stay, ask the temple authority to arrange a room for you!

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