Timings : 6 AM to 7 PM
Dedicated to Goddess of Power, Chandrabadani Temple enshrines an idol of the Goddess Sati in the sanctum along with ancient statues and iron trishuls placed outside the temple. 22 km off Devprayag in Tehri Garhwal District, the Chandrabadani temple is popular for its ancient idols and wall art.
The temple is atop the Chandrabadani Mountain, which is 2277 metres above sea level. It is dedicated to Sati, the Goddess of Power and the consort of Lord Shiva. Unlike other temples, the main shrine has no idol of the chief deity. Instead, Shri Yantra is engraved on a flat stone surface shaped like the back of a tortoise. Goddess Sati is worshipped in the form of Shri Yantra. Once a year, the temple holds a puja in the most mystifying manner. The priest is blindfolded and a cloth canopy tied on the ceiling right above the yantra.
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