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Visit Darshan Maa Chintpurni Devi


Chintpurni Temple is 33 km from Una and faithful to Mata Shri Chhinnamastika Devi and Mata Chintpurni Devi. This Temple is one of the 51 Shakti Peeths in India. Lying in the Una village of Una area in the state of Himachal, the name of the temple factually means a remover of difficulties and worries. The fable is that the temple was built here after the Goddess exposed herself to Mayi Das, a believer. The single pindi of the Devi still subsists and the image depicts her without a head. It is the image of Chinnmastika – the goddess without a head.

Sati’s feet fell at Chintpurni and the religious come here to leave their worries and urge for boons. Chintpurni Temple is stayed by a number of believers every year mostly during its festivals. They take with them their sophisticated concerns and seek blessings from the Devi. It is assumed that if you ask something from the Devi with a true heart, your wish will be granted.


People feast the shrine later walking round half a km up a placid inclination and making their way through a very eventful market. There is a garbha griha at the center of the main temple where the image of Mata Chintpurni Devi is fitted in the form of a curved stone, also known as a ‘Pindi’. People position in queues to get an expression of the deity and offer devotions. It is a popular trust here that the goddess always fulfills the needs made from a pure and true heart.

Chintpurni Devi is observed as the Goddess who takes away all the fears of her believers. The term ‘Chhinnamastika’ suggests ‘without the head’. Here, the Goddess is depicted without her head in a pindi form. Believers come to this temple with a perpetual faith that the Goddess would approve them and fulfill all their wishes. It is said that nobody goes empty handed from the shrine of Goddess Chintpurni / Chhinnamastika.

History of Chintpurni Temple

The temple is alleged to be founded by Pandit Mai Das, a Saraswat Brahman. He recognized this shrine of Mata Chintpurni in Chhaproh village twenty-six offspring ago. Over time this residence became known as Chintpurni after the eponymous goddess. The descendants of the Brahmin still live in Chintpurni and realize prayers at the Chintpurni temple.


Chintpurni Temple, Una, Himachal The Chintpurni Devi Temple is also the place for a number of other festivals of North India. The temple like all the other temples in Himachal perceives a major fair held in July and August. Called as the Sawan Ashtami Fair, it is a ten day staple that begins on the first Sawan Navaratra. The Sawan Ashtami Fair is celebrated with great commitment in the Chintpurni Devi Temple. A big number of tourists and believers participate in this fair carrying their worldly concerns with them and seek blessings from the goddess.

How to Reach Chintpurni Temple:

Airport: – Gaggal Airport (60km) in Kangra is the nearest airport.

Railhead: – Hoshiarpur (in Punjab) is the nearest railhead, 43 Km away.

From Jwalamukhi, the space is 35 km. Taxis and buses are offered at both places.

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