Golu Devta : The God of Justice
In the local culture, Golu Devta is revered as the most powerful and the god of swift justice. Rajvanshi deity is his name. In Uttarakhand, Golu Devta is known by numerous names. Gaur Bhairav is another of these names. Lord Shiva is said to have taken the form of Golu Devta. The bell is offered in the temple when the desire is granted.
Golu Devta is thought to be a combination of Shiva and Krishna. People from all over the world travel to this Golu Devta temple to seek justice, not only from Uttarakhand. Seeing the temple’s bells would give you the impression that no devotee’s request is ever unfulfilled here. Mannat requires an application form to be completed.
Millions of beautiful bells may be found in the shrine. Devotees only give these bells when their requests are granted. Devotees at Chitai Golu temple send letters to request vows. Not only that, but many people write on stamp paper to seek justice for themselves.
Chitai Golu Temple is located eight kilometres from Almora on the Pithoragarh Highway. Here is a magnificent Golu Devta temple. Inside the temple, there is a Golu Devta idol riding a white horse and wearing a white turban while clutching a bow and arrow. Devotees gather from all over the world to seek justice at this temple.
Those who do not receive justice are said to seek refuge with Golu Devta, after which they receive justice. The Golu Mandir is about 400 kilometres from Delhi. You may get a direct bus from Anand Vihar to Almora if you want to visit this temple. Aside from that, you can fly to Haldwani from Delhi and then take a car to Almora from there.
How to Reach Chitai Golu Devta Temple
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