Proper Name: Mata Mansa Devi Temple
Location: Haridwar Uttarakhand India
Date Built: 1811-1815 A.D.
Mandir Creator: Maharaja Gopal Singh of Mani Majra
How To Reach: Mansa Devi Temple is located at a distance of 800 mt from Har ki Pauri. 2kms for Bus stand or Railway station.
Mansa Devi Temple by taking local Buses, rickshaws, Tongas or by hiring taxis from Haridwar
The Mansa Devi temple happens to be one of the oldest holy places in the town of Haridwar. It is visited by tourists from all corners of the world. Dedicated to goddess Mansa Devi, the temple occupies a wonderful position atop the Bilwa Parvat. The temple is mostly popular for having wishes fulfilled. It is said that pilgrims who pray to the goddess with a pure heart can get their desires fulfilled by the blessings of goddess Mansa Devi.
There are various means of reaching the temple of Mansa Devi in
Haridwar. Taxis and auto-rickshaws are frequently available to get to
the temple. Or else, you can also avail of the cable care facility to
reach the temple. There's yet another way of reaching the temple. You
can enjoy an exciting trek of a few minutes to reach the temple's
Close to the Mansa Devi temple are located a number of shops. These shops sell a variety of things which you can use as offerings at the temple. Visitors can purchase incense sticks, garlands and fruit to offer to goddess Mansa Devi, spouse of Nag Raja Vasuki.
While visiting the temple, you can never miss a visit to a holy tree which lies close by. Pilgrims don't forget to tie threads around this tree. It is said that tying threads around the tree can fulfill one's wishes by the grace of goddess Mansa Devi. In addition to paying a visit to the temple, visitors and pilgrims can also enjoy a heart-stirring view of the entire Haridwar town from the top of the Bilwa Parvat.