Salkanpur Durga Mata Temple

Salkanpur Durga Mata Temple

It is a highly venerable house of God located in Salkanpur village, about 70 km from Bhopal, in Madhya Pradesh. The temple is situated on an 800-ft high hillock. The temple here is of Ma Durga Beejasan, an incarnation of Goddess Durga.

Salkanpur Temple is in Sehore district near Budhni(formally known as 'Buuddha Nivasini'). The temple have more than 1000 stairs and road is also available to reach the top at temple. About four and half kilometer Cement Concrete Road facilitate the pilgrims to drive up to the top. Thousands of devotees come here and climbs up these stairs to get the darshan of Durga Maa. There is a story related to the temple that- when Parvathi was burning and Shiva was trying to save her then one of her body part fell down at this place and a temple was constructed today which is famous as Salkanpur Durga Temple ,which has a very rich glory.

Sehore Railway Station, on the Bhopal-Ratlam line, is the nearest railhead.

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