Dhari Devi Mandir

About Dhari Devi Mandir

Dhari Devi a Hindu temple located on the banks of the Alaknanda River between Srinagar and Rudraprayag in the Garhwal Region of Uttarakhand, India. The temple is home to the upper half of the idol of the goddess Dhari, while the lower half of the idol is located in Kalimath, where she is worshipped as a manifestation of the Goddess Kali.  {{keyword}}   She is considered to be the guardian deity of Uttarakhand and is revered as the protector of the Char Dham’s. Her shrine is one of 108 Shakti Sthals in India, as numbered by Srimad Devi Bhagwat.

On the banks of Alaknanda river, the holy temple of Goddess Dhari Devi is located between Srinagar and Rudraprayag on Badrinath Road. Dhari Devi Temple diety is Maa Dhari Devi. {[{ keyword}}

Now relocated from 20 meter high rock to man made structure in 2013, Dhari Devi Temple is the centre of faith for the people of Garhwal.

Maa Dhari Devi Temple is located at Kalyasaur village between Srinagar and Rudraprayag. The distance between Srinagar to Dhari Devi is 16 km. And Rudraprayag is 20 km away from the temple.

One can reach here easily by bus or taxi from Srinagar or Rudraprayag. The nearest railway station is Rishikesh railway station, which is 119 km away. The nearest airport at Jolly Grant airport, which is 136 km away.