Kalka Temple

Address : Metro Station, Near, Ma Anandmayee Marg, NSIC Estate, Block 9, Kalkaji, New Delhi, Delhi 110019

District :  South Delhi

Phone : 092050 84060

Completed : 1764 AD

Deity : Kali- काली, Kalka – कालका

Famous For : Navratri  नवरात्रि महोत्सव


Kalkaji Mandir, is a Hindu Temple, dedicated to the Hindu Goddess Kali. It is situated in the southern Delhi, in Kalkaji, India, a locality that has derived its name from the temple and is located opposite the Nehru Place and close to the Okhla railway station, Kalkaji Mandir metro station. Hindus believe that the image of the Goddess Kalka here is a self-manifested one.
Though the temple is thought to be much older, the oldest portions of the present building are believed to have been constructed not earlier than the 1764 AD by the Marathas, with additions in 1816 by Mirza Raja Kidar Nath, the Peshkar of Akbar II During the second half of the twentieth century, a considerable number of Dharamshalas were constructed around the temple by Hindu bankers and merchants of Delhi. The temple itself is built on the land of Shamlat Thok Brahmins and Thok Jogians who are also the pujari’s of the temple and who perform Puja Sewa. The Thok Brahmins consist of Four Thullas, namely Thulla Tansukh, Thulla Rambaksh, Thulla Bahadur, and Thulla Jasram. They are classified into Gharbari Jogi and Kanphada Jogi.

Timing : 6:00 Am to 12 Pm - 4:00 Pm to 11:30 Pm
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