Maa Trikuta Mandir

Maa Trikuta Mandir is a Hindu temple located in Kota, Rajasthan, India. It is dedicated to the goddess Durga, who is also known as Trikuta Devi. The temple is situated on a hilltop, and the surrounding area is known for its natural beauty.

Maa Trikuta Mandir is just 5 minutes drive from Sanjog Resort.

The temple is modeled after the Vaishno Devi Temple in Jammu and Kashmir. The main temple is a three-tiered structure, and it is topped with a golden dome. The temple complex also includes a number of other shrines, as well as a number of natural caves.

Maa Trikuta Mandir is a popular tourist destination, and it is especially crowded during the Navratri festival. The temple is also a popular pilgrimage site for Hindus from all over India.

The temple was opened to the general public in November 2021. It is constructed in the form of hills and caves, resembling the actual path of the Vaishno Devi Temple. To enter, a gate has been constructed resembling a railway compartment, just like when we disembark at Katra. A magnificent restaurant named Katra has been built, which also provides shared dining facilities. Here, you can find pure Vaishno food, which does not include garlic or onions.

The beauty of this temple is enhanced by the entrance gate, which is adorned with two large lion statues on either side. The main attraction of this temple is the huge statue of Lord Shiva in the center of the temple complex. Other attractions of this temple include natural caves, waterfalls, trees, animals, stone carvings, and various idols of Hindu deities like Lord Hanuman and Goddess Parvati. There is also a separate temple for the Charan Paduka (holy footprints). The craftsmen of this temple have made every effort to give it a natural look. If you are in Kota, this is the place where you should not miss the opportunity to visit with your friends and family.

Here are some things to know about Maa Trikuta Temple Kota for a tourist:

  • The temple is open from 9am to 6pm every day.
  • The entry fee for the temple is INR 50 for adults and INR 25 for children.
  • There is a parking lot available near the temple.
  • There are a number of hotels and restaurants near the temple.
  • The temple is located about 15 kilometers from Kota city center.

If you are planning to visit Maa Trikuta Temple Kota, here are some tips:

  • Wear comfortable shoes as you will have to climb a few steps to reach the temple.
  • Bring a water bottle as it can get hot in the temple complex.
  • Be respectful of the religious practices of others.
  • Take your time to explore the temple complex and enjoy the natural beauty of the surrounding area.