Khallarimatha Temple, Mahasamund District
Khallarimatha Temple lies on the hill top of Kallari village in the district of Mahasamund.
(Last Updated on : 12-09-2013)
Khallarimatha Temple is located on the hilltop forest of Khallari village that is situated about 25 km in the South side of Mahasamund
Every year during Navaratri
the devotees throng to visit the Goddess and to participate in the annual fair (mela) scheduled on the full moon day of chaitra
month every year. It is believed that during the Mahabharata
Era, the Pandavas
visited this hilltop, and the reason for this belief is the footprint of Bhima
that is clearly visible on this hill.
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