Sheetla Devi Temple Haldwani Complete Travel Guide

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Sheetla Devi Temple in Haldwani

 
Sheetla Devi Temple is located in Haldwani in Nainital district, Uttarakhand state. It is a grand and huge temple situated about 8 kilometers from Haldwani.
 
Shitla Devi Temple is a very attractive temple of Haldwani. This temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga, the atmosphere here is quite spectacular. Travelers like to have a picnic here along with the mother’s darshan.
 
 
Shitla Devi also known as Sitala. Shitla Mata Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Maa Shitla that is widely worshiped in North India, West Bengal, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Pakistan as Pokshadevi.
 
Before the construction of the Haldwani Almora motorway in 1892 by the historians, travelers traveling to Badrinath, Kedarnath, Jageshwar, Bageshwar from South Eastern regions and planes used to go through this route.
 
 
In the time of the Chand kings, a market of haats was used behind the temple and people used to come to buy goods from far and wide. is believed. That there was a Badarkhari bastion near the temple which was demolished in the war by the Gorkha kings. Even today the remains of the Okhli etc. are seen in the demolished walls and stones.
 
It is also believed that the Pandey people of Bhimtal were bringing the idol from Banaras to build the temple of Maa Sheetla in their village. Then while traveling on foot, she reached the temple of Mother Sheetla till it was evening and she rested in Gulab Ghati of Rani Bagh.
 
 
At night, a person had a dream to establish the mother at this place and that person told his companions about the dream, then they could not believe it, they started to lift the idol, but could not lift it. Believed. And the Pandey people installed the idol itself. Since then only Pandey people come there to worship.
 
The temple of Shitala Devi situated in the middle of a dense forest is very peaceful and soothing to the mind. Here in Navratri, a large crowd of devotees of the mother’s temple throngs.
 
 
In the Skanda Purana, the vehicle of Sheetla Devi is described as a garb. She carries soup, kalash, broom and neem leaves in her hands.
 
Mother Sheetla has been described as the goddess of many diseases like smallpox. These things have symbolic value. He is fueled by the soup. Smallpox bursts are caused by a broom. 
 
Neem leaves did not allow the boils to rot and the patient loved cold water, so this is the importance of the urn. Smallpox stains were used to eradicate smallpox stains. In the Sheetla temple, the mother is often shown seated on the neck.
How to Reach Sheetla Mata Temple
 

How to Reach Sheetla Devi Temple

 
By Air : The nearest airport to Sheetla Devi Temple is Pantnagar Airport, which is 36 kilometres away. From the airport to Sheetla Devi Temple you can hire a Cab for the same destination.
 
By Train: Sheetla Devi Temple is 2 kilometres from Kathgodam, the nearest Railway station. To get to Sheetla Devi Temple, one can hire a cab from the railway station.
 
By Road: Sheetla Devi Temple is well linked to Uttarakhand’s major tourist destinations. From Delhi, buses run to Kathgodam/Haldwani, and taxis are readily available. There are no fixed timings and tickets for the temple visit, it’s free of cost. 
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