• India
  • Uttarakhand
  • Mussoorie
  • 1°C-30°C
  • 7500 FT
  • Hindi,Kumaoni
  • July to Sept
  • Dehradun
  • Dehradun
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Mussoorie Religious Places

Mussoorie Religious Places
25 reviews

Jwalaji Temple

Perched on the top of Benog Hill, the Jwalaji Temple was constructed ages ago in honour of Maa Durga. At a distance of about 9 km from Mussoorie, this magnificent structure of white is enveloped by thick greens and looks like a crown of the hill from afar. Not only is the temple a sight, it also overlooks the beauteous Yamuna Valley with its abundance of natural beauty. The Navratra celebrations here are done with much gusto and vigour and are worth being a part of! So if you can plan your trip during that time of year, you would be glad to take part in the grand celebrations. The pious surroundings and the aura of the temple will leave you in a trance

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Tibetan buddhist temple

If you want to discover the religious side of Mussoorie, you should include the beautiful Tibetan Buddhist Temple in your must visit attractions list. Located in Happy Valley, it commands grand views of the astounding valleys and majestic mountains that surround this pristine hill station. The temple in itself is a vibrant burst of colours, with its bright walls and flowering blooms in varied colours. Most importantly, this place is a haven of serenity and peaceful tranquility like no other in the ever busy hill station of Mussoorie. The religiously inclined travellers can surely be at peace as they are sure to find a place to please their Gods on their holiday in Mussoorie.

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Christ Church

Situated near Kasmanda Palace, you can reach here by taking a rickshaw or you can always opt to walk.Built in 1836 and featuring stained-glass windows, this is purported to be the oldest church in the Himalayas.Located near a heritage hotel, the church was once visited by Princess of Wales, who later became Queen Mary of England. She visited Mussoorie in 1906, and when she visited the Church, she planted a deodar tree in its courtyard. The deodar is still standing in the courtyard of the Church. .

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Surkanda devi temple

8 kms from Dhanaulti is Surkanda Devi Temple dedicated to goddess Parvati. The temple is on a hill so it take a 1 km trek to reach there. The pious surroundings and the aura that surrounds the temple will leave you in a trance. The temple is as famous for its amazing views as it is for its religious importance. .

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Kellogg's memorial church

The Kellogg’s Memorial Church is a Presbyterian church that was built in 1903. The church was named after Rev. Dr. Samuel H. Kellogg. He ran the Landour Language School where the British were taught Hindi. The grey stone building with its interesting Gothic design and stained glass windows is an important attraction of Mussoorie. .

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Radha krishna mandir

Radha Krishna Mandir is a popular place of worship for Hindus. Situated amidst the lush greenery and beauty of the hills, the temple makes for a unique experience. The temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and Radha, known to be his one true love. .

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Nag Devta Temple

Splendid natural beauty, serenity and a dash of spirituality awaits you at this temple. A perfect blend of divinity and natural beauty, Nag Devta Temple is a popular religious attraction in Mussoorie and no wonder it attracts several devotees and tourists as well. The number goes to thousand on special occasion like Nag Panchmi. Every year the festival of Nag Panchmi sees even tourists flock to the temple to observe how devotees give milk baths to live Cobras and feed them. The temple is beautifully decorated on these days and several poojas and rituals are also performed at a grand scale within the temple premises. Due to its location, the temple offers unmatched views of the Mussoorie town and Doon Valley. So, it's time to seek divine intervention while you enjoy natural scenic beauty. .

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St. Paul's Church

St. Paul's Church is one of the most historic churches in Landour, Mussoorie. It was constructed in 1839 and is an Anglican church. The church is of great historic importance as it was the most important church in the British cantonment during the colonial period. It's usually open on Sundays for Mass at 9:30 AM.

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Bhadraj Temple Trek

The Bhadraj temple is dedicated to Lord Bhadraj. It is a historic temple worth visiting for its view of the Doon Valley and the Chakrata Range. After 30 minutes of difficult travel from Mussoorie in a vehicle, one reaches the end of the road at Village Doodhli. From here, it is trek of 5 kilometres to reach the top where the temple is situated at 7,000 feet above sea level. A large annual fair is organized each year in month of July-Aug.

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April, 30, 2019

Cutting of mountains for Char Dham road to stop from April

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To ensure that no road accidents are reported on the route to the Char Dham Yatra which is set to commence from May 7, a decision has been taken to stop mountain cutting work for the all-weather road project from April 30. READ FULL
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April, 25, 2019

Gangotri National Park Trek to Open on 25 April

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In some good news for trekkers, Gangotri National Park (GNP) authorities have decided to reopen the park and start the season’s trekking and mountaineering activities from April 25. The decision has been taken on the basis of a report submitted by a joint team of trekking agencies and forest department, who surveyed the trek route on April 22. READ FULL
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April, 18, 2019

Rain Brings Relief to Dehradun City

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Rain and thunder lashed Dehradun on Tuesday causing the temperatures to fall by several notches. After recording season’s highest temperature at 37 degrees Celsius in Dehradun on Monday, the state capital recorded 25.6 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, a fall of 11 degrees Celsius. READ FULL
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April, 10, 2019

Gangotri, Yamunotri to reopen on 7 May 2019

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The portals of Gangotri and Yamunotri shrines will reopen for pilgrims on 7 May 2019 on the auspicious occasion of Akshay Tritiya, it was announced on Saturday. Suresh Semwal, president of Gangotri temple committee said that the reopening ceremony will take place for two days, beginning May 6. READ FULL
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