Sodal Mandir in Jalandhar

Sodal Mandir in Jalandhar is one of the significant temples of Hindus. Sodal Mandir is a beautiful shrine located in Jalandhar, in the state of Punjab.

A child deity is worshiped in the temple. She is believed to fulfill all the wishes of the devotees who come to the shrine to offer prayers.

The festival of 'Anand Chaturdashi' is celebrated with great pomp and show in the Sodal Mandir in Jalandhar.

The festival is held in the month of September which attracts innumerable devotees from all over the state of Punjab. One can witness the deep devotion and the spiritual fervor of the people during the festival.

Last Updated on 17th Dec 2012



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