The Durga Mandir Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the formidable goddess Durga. It is an iconic and revered site, drawing in countless visitors from all corners of the globe. Constructed in the 18th century under the patronage of Maharaja Pancha Vanshi of Tehri Garhwal, the Durga Mandir Temple is a shining example of exquisite Hindu architecture. Its beauty and historical significance make it one of the most sought-after tourist attractions within the park. The temple's timeless design evokes a sense of wonder and admiration, as it stands as a relic of ancient craftsmanship and devotion.
The temple's location adds an extra layer of allure. It is perched gracefully on the banks of the Ramganga River, surrounded by a lush, dense forest. Visitors to the temple are treated to awe-inspiring vistas of the meandering river and the pristine jungle, creating an ambience of tranquillity and connection to nature. The Durga Mandir Temple is celebrated for its grandeur and the resplendent beauty of its architecture.
|Location||Kotdwar Dugudda Road, Pauri Garhwal|
|Distance from Corbett National Park||50 km|
|Timing||6 am - 5 pm (Everyday)|
|Time required||1 hour|
|Nearest Railway station||Kotdwar railway station (11 km)|
|Nearest Airport||Jolly Grant Airport (100 km)|
|Best time to visit||November to March|
|How to reach||30 minutes drive from Kotdwar|