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Chotila Hill, at an elevation of around 1250 ft, is renowned for a beautiful shrine of Chamunda Mataji. The goddess is popular among natives as Chamunda Mata, Rann-Chandi and Chandi-Chamunda Mata. The temple is dedicated to Chamunda Mataji, the Goddess of Power and an incarnation of Durga.
It is believed that Goddess Durga killed two demons, Chanda and Munda, who attempted to takeover heaven. The goddess is the Kuldevi of most of the Hindus residing in the Saurashtra region. The temple is visited by several worshippers during the Navratri festival.
What travellers are saying about this Sightseeing
- Jimit Patel
- Heritage seeker
- Lives in Surat
- 8 Reviews
It's a good like hill station. It is not situated at too high but still you can enjoy and good place. There is temple of Chamunda Mata on the top of hill, where many privileges go for it. You can enjoy climbing hill there. I enjoyed there a lot. You should start climbing during early morning.More » « Less
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