Chamunda Peeth Temple Mussoorie

Sri Chamunda Peeth Temple was built in 1998 in the complex of Kashi Devasthanam. The Peeth has shrines of Shiva and Shakti, the two divine forces - Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati - who are believed to have a very close association with the Himalayas. Local people also have strong faith in other deities such as Naag Devta, Lord Bhairav and Ghantakarna; they are also present in the premises of the Chamunda Peeth. There is a meditation room known as Dhyan Mandir where people can meditate. An interesting thing about this room is that an idol of Shirdi Sai Baba is present along with the symbols of Islam and Christianity, depicting the oneness of religions. Kashi Devasthanam also houses Soham Heritage and Art Centre. The centre preserves, presents and promotes the history, culture and traditions of Uttarakhand in the form of paintings, artifacts, sculptures, frescos and photographs.


Kashi Devasthanam, Bala Hisar (Big Bend), Mussoorie - 248179 Uttarakhand, India

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