Maa Sharvari Temple in Manali

Manali is a place that has endless natural beauty and at the same time it is the home of numerous religious shrines. One such religious shrine is the Maa Sharvari Temple. Visitors who want to get peace and solace away from the chaos of daily life would never like to miss out this one of the most popular religious spots of Manali, Maa Sharvari Temple. Read this article and know about this temple, its surroundings and other activities that you can enjoy.

Inside Maa Sharvari Temple
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About Maa Sharvari Temple

Maa Sharvari Temple is located at Shaminallah Village, a place located about 5-6 km away from main market place of Manali. The temple is situated on the left shores of Beas River. Youngsters and people who love to trek can walk down to this temple premise. During their walk, they will be able to enjoy the panoramic landscapes around. Throughout the year, the temple gets devotees from the local as well as surrounding areas. This temple houses the idol of royal Kuldevi, the main deity of Kullu Kings.

Maa Sharvari Temple in Manali


The idol is another form of Devi Durga. During Dussehra the idol of Kuldevi, dressed in colorful attire and beautifully decorated, is taken to the temple of Lord Raghunathji to visit the Lord. Thousands of devotees and tourists flock here during Dussehra time to witness the annual rituals that are followed since centuries.

Staying and Eating places near Maa Sharvari Temple

There are many renowned hotels and staying places available in close proximity of this temple where visitors have comfortable stay and sumptuous food to eat. There are restaurants, coffee/tea shops and fast food joints near to this temple. The various eating joints and cafes around Maa Sharvari Temple are Café 1947, Toasted & Roasted, The Lazy Dog etc. The hotels in the nearby areas are Hotel Sitara International, Honeymoon Inn Manali, Hotel Silmog Garden, Hotel the Conifer and others.

Bells at Maa Sharvari Temple

Things to do near Maa Sharvari Temple

After seeking the blessings of Maa Sharvari, travelers are left with many other activities. They could enjoy shopping the local items like woolen rugs, sweater, jewelry items, shoes etc. from the nearby markets Manu Market, Tibetan Market, Old Manali Market or the retail stores of Himachal Emporium. There are many interesting places to see near the temple area. Travelers can make a trip to Solang Valley which is an excellent place for paragliding and hand-gliding during the summer months. Skiing and skating can be enjoyed during the winter months at this Solang Valley. Nearby waterfalls, Jana Falls is an excellent place to enjoy picturesque beauty of Manali and also to enjoy picnics which are very common here.

How to reach Maa Sharvari Temple

Towards Maa Sharvari Temple
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As the temple is located only 5 km from the Manali Town, it is very easy for the travelers to reach here from the railway station and bus stand easily. They can walk down or hire cabs to reach the temple. International tourists can also reach here from the nearby airport, Bhuntar Airport.

Every religious shrine of Manali is dedicated to specific Gods of Goddesses but the ultimate idea is to seek salvation when one visit to these places. By visiting these places one actually get more close to the religion and culture of a place or country.

Best Time to Visit Maa Sharvari Temple

The best time to visit is from October-May. The entry to the temple is free and the entire visit of this temple takes about 1-2 hours. The temple is opened on all days of the week. It remains open from 5 AM-12 noon and then again from 4 PM-9 PM.

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    Umesh from Hyderabad 742 Days ago

    Hello Ji,my family would like to visit temple in the month of Jan 18. Is temple going to be open? can you able to tell me opening dates? thanksUmesh

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