This summer head towards Chintpurni

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    Precisely located on the Solah Singhi Mountain region on Dharamshala – Hoshiarpur Road in Una District, Mata Chintpurni Devi Temple is one of the significant Shakti Peethas of India,. The temple is having the idol of the mata Sati without her head.

    Chintpurni is a small yet captivating town north of India. It is an ideal place for spiritual people and a must visit place for those who love to travel to holy destinations. Chintpurni not only homes Mata Chintpurni Devi Temple but there are several more temples there in surrounding areas. Sheetla Devi Temple, Jwalamukhi Devi temple, Vajreshwari Devi temple, Dharmsala Mahantan and Maharana Pratap Sagar are some of the prime attractions in the area.


    Due to large number of travellers all through the year, there are many budget hotels and guest houses in Chintpurni. Outfitted with basic and modern facilities these hotels are available at different price range. Depending upon the budget one can choose the most suitable hotel and room type for his needs.

    Climate in Chintpurni

    Although the weather in Chintpurni is mostly cool and comfortable, but the best time to visit is April, May, June, July, August and September. One can very well enjoy sightseeing during this period.

    Other places of interests in and around Chintpurni

    There is a famous Chaat Bazar in Thaneek Pura near Chintpurni which is said to be favourite choice of the locals as well as tourists. People often visit the place to enjoy spicy mixed fruit chaat.

    While planning the travel to Chintpurni, one can also consider travelling to some other sceneric places around such as Kangra (34 KM), Dharamshala (48 KM), Palampur (50 KM) and Mandi (76 KM). This will complete your travel plan by turning a pilgrimage to a vacation.

    Look for budget hotels in Chintpurni and Guest Houses in Chintpurni at Stepinn Hotels

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