Mangla Gauri Temple, Gaya 2

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Pradeep Singh TDM CH… on March 11, 2011

The temple is facing east, and is built on top of the Mangalagauri hill. A flight of steps and a motorable road lead to the temple. The sanctum houses the symbol of the Goddess and it also has some finely carved ancient relief sculptures. A small hall or mandap stands in front of the temple. The courtyard also houses a fire pit for the home. There are also two minor shrines dedicated to Shiva and images of Mahishasura Mardini, Durga and Dakshina Kali.

imdk on June 24, 2011

Yes this temple is quite old but has a lot of belief and super natural power. Recently we visited this temple. I am DK.

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Photo taken in Shakti Peetham, Gaya, Bihar 823001, India

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    by Pradeep Singh TDM CH…
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