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As its name Chamunda Mata shows that two heads are joint and this is called Chamunda Mata..It is situated at high altitude nearly 200 ladders. And the ladders are high. So it is suggested to start at early. As in Gujarat it is very hot,...More
It’s one of the famous temple in the area. Specially on the day of full moon the temple is more crowded. Temple is situated on top of hill Chotila. Stairs are little straight but well maintained. After praying to Ma Chamunda you can take little...More
Maa chamunda temple located on Top of the hill. Situated on the Ahmedabad-Rajkot NH-8. Around 500-600 steps and steps are covered with roof to protect sun light & rain.
Parking available at the bottom of the hill. Worship place of "MAA CHAMUNDA"
It is the place of goddess shree chamunda mataji this is temple built on small hill..you have to climb near 500-600 staircases...to reach there...for those who can't climb there is same kind of temple on the ground ....so that they get blessed too....here you can...More
The Maa Chamunda temple is situated at the top of Chotila hill. It has around 500 to 600 stems to climb. The climbing path is covered with shelter from the bottom to the top and hence suitable for all season. The steps are also small...More
I was with my daughter on a sunday morning. We could climb the 600 + steps in about 25 minutes, with couple of breaks! The steps are sheltered from sun, so that makes the climb relatively easy.
The temple is a very pious place. Devotees...More
The place is known as chotila. Chotila is famous for Chamuna mata temple. The temple is situated on chotila hill. we oftenly visit the temple and on saturday and sunday much more pilgrims visit the temple.
On the way to Dwarka from Ahmedabad, we visited this temple. This is named Chandi Chamunda temple. Two deities situated on the very steep hill of around 300+ steps. Since it was noon when we reached here and the temperature was very hot, we thought...More