(Last Updated on : 19/04/2012)
Mansa Devi Temple is located on top of the Bilwa Parvat on the Shivalik Hills
. The temple also known as Bilwa Tirth is one of the Panch Tirth. The temple is known for being the holy abode of Mansa which is a form of Shakti
. Mansa is regarded as the sister of the Naga Vasuki. Mansa Devi Temple is a Siddh Peetha . It is one of the three Peethas located in Haridwar. The inner shrine has two deities installed, one with eight arms and the other one three headed who has five arms
Mansa Devi Temple is an ancient temple which is considered a must visit for the pilgrims going to Haridwar. This temple is visited by thousands of devotees during the Navratra and the Kumbha Mela in Haridwar
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