Built in 1764, the Kalkaji Temple in Delhi is a famous and highly revered Hindu Mandir

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Kalkaji Temple, New Delhi

Built in 1764, the Kalkaji Temple in Delhi is a famous and highly revered Hindu Mandir.

Built in 1764, the Kalkaji Temple in Delhi is a famous and highly revered Hindu Mandir. The temple is dedicated to Hindu goddess Kali or Kalka, an avatar of Durga. As per the folklore, the Pandavas and Kauravas had worshipped here. The temple’s popularity can be ascertained from the fact that the surrounding region is known as Kalka. In the mid-19th century, Raja Kadarnath, the treasurer of Emperor Akbar made certain changes in temple. The present structure that we see today was was built in the 20th century by the contributions of devotees. The modern temple is 8 sided structure made up of marble and black pumice stones. The black stone has been used here to denote goddess kali. During the festival of Navratri, this temple is visited by a large number of devotees.

Travel Tips for Kalka Mandir

  • Follow the Hindu rituals while entering the Temple.

Public Transport

  • By Metro: Kalkaji Metro station
















About Kalkaji Temple

 Block- A, Main Hanuman Mandir road, DDA Flats Kalkaji, Govindpuri, DDA Flats Kalkaji, Block L 2, Kalkaji, New Delhi, Delhi 110019, India


Kalkaji Temple and Nearby Sights on Map

Tughlaqabad Fort

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Lotus Temple

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Nehru Place

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Bijay Mandal

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Kalindi Kunj

Humayun's Tomb

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