Sati’s feet fell at Chintpurni (940m) and the devout come here to leave their worries and pray for boons. The legend goes that the temple came into being after the goddess revealed herself to Maya Dass, an ardent devotee. The temple is built around the Devi’s pindi. Her image depicts her without a head, it is said that she cut it of to assuage the blood thirst of her companions. And hence the name, Chinnimastika Devi – ‘The Goddess without a Head’. Goddess Mata Chintapurni Temple is the famous Hindu Temple in Himachal Pradesh. It is devoted to goddess Mata Chintpurni or Chhinnamastika Devi. The one who helps the sincere and devoted yogi to dissolve his or her mind, including all the predetermined ideas, attachments and habits into the Pure godly Consciousness, is the the headless goddess, Chhinnamasta which having Great Cosmic Power.
One of the 7 major and 51 total Shakti Peethas is Chhinnamasta or Chinnamastika temple. The mythology of Daksha yaga and Sati’s self immolation is the mythology liked to the Shakti Peethas. The other name for goddess Chamunda Devi is Mahakali.
In the opinion of the Hindu mythology, Lord Vishnu cut the skeleton of Shati in to fifty one pieces with his chakra to stop the wrath of lord Shiva. It is believed that the feet of Sati fell in this place where the temple has been built.
This Shaktipeeth have been visiting for centuries by devotees to pray at the lotus feet of goddess Mata Chhinnamastika Devi. This temple is revered by the Hindus in Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh and it is believed that the Goddess Chintapurni is the remover of all troubles.
From the goddess Devi, the devotees bring their worldly concerns and seek blessings. It is said that your wish will be granted and fulfilled, if you ask something from the Devi with a true heart.
Duration / Distance
Kms : 102 KMS
Duration : 4 Hrs. Drive from Taragarh Palace
INNOVA : INR 5,000/- plus 18% GST
Small Cab : INR 4,000/- plus 18% GST
GUIDE : INR 2,500/- plus 18% GST