Devi Talab Mandir in Jalandhar



Devi Talab Mandir in Jalandhar is an ancient temple which is situated just 1 km from the railway station of the city. The temple is believed to be more than 200 years old. The old structure of the Devi Talab has been renovated and a number of new changes have been made. In the center of the temple premises a new temple has been recently constructed. In the temple premises very recently a model of Amarnath Yatra has been constructed.

Beside the Devi Talab of the Devi Talab Mandir lies an old temple of goddess Kali. The temple is considered sacred by the Hindus and large number of devotees visit the temple every year. One of the main attractions of the temple is the an old tank, considered very holy by the Hindus and which is believed to be constructed some 200 years ago.

Devi Talab Mandir in Jalandhar is very famous for the 'Hariballabh Sangeet Sammelan' which is celebrated every year in the month of December. This musical festival is being celebrated for the past 125 years in the Devi Talab Mandir premises. Well known classical music proponents belonging to both the fields of instrumental and vocal participate in this festival and perform at this Hariballabh Sangeet Sammelan.





Last Updated on 17th Dec 2012

     


     

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