Chitai Golu Devta Temple

Important information

  • Location: Chitai, SH 37, Almora, Uttarakhand 263601
  • Best to Visit: March to October.
  • Timings Open and Close: 06:00 am to 08:00 pm
  • Nearest Railway Station: Kathgodam Railway Station at a distance of nearly 89.4 kilometer from Golu Devta Chittai Temple..
  • Nearest Airport: Pantnagar Airport at a distance of nearly 128 kilometer from Golu Devta Chittai Temple..

The Golu Devta Chittai Temple is a Hindu deity temple located in Almora district, Uttarakhand, India. Uttarakhand is also known as Deva Bhoomi, so this state can also be called the state of temples. By the way, there are many temples of Golu Devta in Almora district of Uttarakhand. But this temple of Chitai Golu Devta is considered the most sacred.

The Golu deity is dedicated to Lord Shiva in the form of Bhairava or the Golju devta. It is believed that when a person does not get any justice, then he comes to this temple and gets justice, because Golu Daveta is called the God of Justice. That is why most of the devotees come to this temple and seek justice from Golu Devta for the injustice done to him and his family. Devotees worship Golu Devta with white clothes, turban and white shawl.

This is a temple where devotees write their problem and give it to the temple of Golu Devta. When the wish of the devotee is fulfilled, then the devotee comes to this temple and offers a bell. Therefore thousands of bells can be seen in the temple premises.

The environment around the temple is very beautiful. This temple is situated on a hill. There are pine and Mimonsa trees around the temple. The construction of the temple is not accurate. The temple is believed to have been constructed in the first decade of the 19th century.

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