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“very unique!!”

Ranked #11 of 75 things to do in Amritsar
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Reviewed 4 March 2014

very beautiful and unique. A fun house temple!!!! A Narrow series of stairways and passages winds past mirrored mosaics, carvings, and MANY deity statues. This is a replica of the Vaishno Devi cave temple in Kashmir. INCREDIBLE INDIA :)

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Reviewed 26 February 2014

This is the only line I can describe about this place.
and the idols in this Mandir are not well clean cut.
avoid if you can

Thank rajk93
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Reviewed 24 February 2014

Do visit Vaisho Devi Gufa if anyone is going to this place - as it is located in the same mandir- exactly you will find staircase after entering on left hand side.

Cleanliness is less , so kindly treat mandir as mandir not park or otherwise.

1  Thank Shoma25
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Reviewed 12 February 2014

Don't miss seeing this place. It was one of the highlights of our trip to India. It's a surreal place with twisting turning corridors that require you to crawl on your knees at some points through a metaphorical and literal cave to enter each of the rooms containing a different devotion to a Hindu god. The whole complex is a dedication to a local woman who became revered as a saint, especially to childless women. It used to house her rooms (she's passed away now) and around that has grown the most unusual and idiosyncratic temple to the Hindu pantheon. I've been to India 8 or 9 times and this impressed me... don't cheat yourself out of this treat :-) We also had a local guy give us a very detailed tour of the place and we were waiting for the uncomfortable moment when he asked for a donation but he never did; he was just a genuine guy wanting to show us around. I don't know I've ever had that pleasant experience before.

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Reviewed 2 February 2014

Having spent 3 weeks in Rajasthan I'd seen a fair number of temples. I was reluctant to visit but was persuaded by a local. It takes some finding but is hilaruous. Whether wading through water troughs, crawling through tunnels or eating flowers, you can't help but have fun here. It was a religious fun house.

Thank TumblingMalteaser89
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