What is Chausath Yogini Temple?
Chausath Yogini temple is a famous architectural temple in Madhya Pradesh and this temple is known as Ekattarso Mahadeva Temple. Basically, this temple is dedicated to lord shiva, and this temple was formed by 64 yoginis, a circular wall with 65 Chamber, and the Goddess Devi. Its open Mandapa is in the center of a circular courtyard sacred to Shiva.
History of Chausath Yogini temple?
This temple was built by Kachchhapaghata King (r.c 1055-1075) and most of the people said that the temple was the venue of providing education in astrology and mathematics based on the transit of the Sun.
What are the inside and outside views of this place?
This temple standing a top of an isolated hill about 100 feet and its circular temple commands a splendid view of the cultivated fields below. This Temple’s circular is one among very few such temples in India and this yogini temple is dedicated to sixty-four yoginis. This temple is circular in shape with a radius of 170 feet and within its interior part, it has 64 small chambers. Many people Compared this temple with the Indian parliament building and this temple was the inspiration behind the Sansad Bhawan.
Why are people attracted to Chausath Yogini temple?
There are many reasons to attracted this place. The environment of this temple is one of them. This Temple is standing on a hill and is Covered by many trees. When the wind blows this place looks more beautiful than any others time.
In this temple, you can feel the holiness of the environment. You feel so good after reach this place and such a place like you are in Heaven. There are nearby many places in this place and these are:
- Bateshwar Temple.
- 64 Yogini Mitavini Shiv Temple.
- Shanishchara Temple,Barahwali.
- Garhi Padhavali.
- Kakanmath Temple.
Some FAQ about this place
Is it safe to visit Chausath Yogini temple?
Yes, it’s safe to visit this place.
Are there any parking facilities in Chausath Yogini temple?
Yes, there are parking facilities but it’s free of cost for all the visitors.
Is there any cost of keeping shoes or sandals before entering this temple?
No there is any cost of keeping shoes or sandals before entering this temple.
What is the entry fee of Chausath Yogini temple?
35 INR per Indians and 550 INR per foreigners and children up to 15 years are free.
Is photography allowed in this temple?
No there is no photography allowed in this temple.
Are there any restaurants inside this temple?
No, there are no restaurants inside this temple. So everyone should do carry a water bottle.
What is the best time to visit Chausath Yogini temple?
You can visit this temple throughout the year.
What is the visiting time of Chausath Yogini temple?
6.00 AM to 6.00 PM is the visiting time of this place and for avoiding rush you can visit this place in the morning time.
How many days in a week does the temple remain open?
This temple remains open all the days of the week.
How much time will it take to visit Chausath Yogini temple?
It will take almost 1-2 hours to visit this place.
There are nearby many restaurants in this place and these are:
- Ramanand Restaurant.
- The Prabha Bakers and Sweet Shop.
- Fresh Nation.
- Raja Cafe Restaurant.
- Desi Kitchen.
Nearby hotels in this place are:
- Shubhim Highway Treat.
- OYO 37071 Manhar Residency.
- Hotel Manhar.
- Hotel Pragati Palace Banmore.
- Hotel Adityaz.
How to reach:
By air: Paro International Airport is the nearby airport from this temple. You can easily reach this temple by air.
By rail: Bheraghat Railway station is the nearest railway from this temple and this train is so good. So after reach this station you can take a taxi to reach this temple.
By road: By road is the best and easiest way to reach this temple. You can hire a car or take a bus to reach this temple.