Panch Mandir (Temple) in Kapurthala Punjab

Here is Some Information about Panch Mandir in Kapurthala Punjab India.

Location: Kapurthala town
Dedicated to:  several Hindu Gods and Goddesses
Built By: Sardar Fateh Singh Ahluwalia
Photography: Allowd
Entry : Free
Visiting timing: 30 Mins
Best time to visit: All time
Temple timing: 6:00 Am to 9:00 PM
Nearest Railway Station:Jalandhar Railway Station
Nearest Airport: JalandharAir Port

The Panch Mandir is a famous temple complex that contains five small temples that are visited by a large number of devotees. These temples were One of the most revered place, the "Panch Mandir, Kapurthala Town" is dedicated to several Hindu Gods and Goddesses. Constructed by "Fateh Singh Ahluwalia" , the "Panch Mandir" of the Kapurthala town in Punjab bears the relics of rich architectural legacy of the by gone golden era. The temple is an important hallmark of the small town of Kapurthala which draws several devotees from all over the state to seek divine blessings.

The beautiful white structure of the "Panch Mandir" looks strikingly awesome on a moonlit night. The sacred temple gives one an intense pleasure and satisfaction. The "Panch Mandir" may be said to be an architectural marvel of the golden past. One cannot but appreciate the splendid monument that has an aesthetic appeal for the devotees. The awe inspiring structure of the "Panch Mandir" has its model in one of the museums of Lahore, now in Pakistan.

As the name suggests, the temple houses numerous small temples that are dedicated to different Gods and Goddesses. The giant structure at the middle of the holy sanctorium, is encircled by many smaller temples. The temple displays the engineering skills of the people of the ancient times. Apart from being an important place of religious worship, the "Panch Mandir" is also a celebrated place for archaeologists who throng the temple to study the rich architecture of the traditional society.

Panch Mandir is a delightful shrine situated at Kapurthala, about 21 km from Jalandhar in Punjab. It was built during the reign of Sardar Fateh Singh Ahluwalia. Several smaller temples dedicated to different deities surround the main dome in the center.The replica of the temple is exhibited in the pre-partition Punjab Museum at Lahore. 

Architecture of  Panch Mandir Kapurthala

"Panch Mandir" with its beautiful white structure looks strikingly awesome on a moonlit night. The sacred temple gives a person intense pleasure and satisfaction. The "Panch Mandir" is being called as an architectural marvel of the golden past. One would always appreciate the splendid monument that has an aesthetic appeal for the devotees. The awe inspiring structure of the "Panch Mandir" has its model in one of the museums of Lahore, now in Pakistan.

How to Rich  Panch Mandir Kapurthala 

By Air:Panch Mandir the nearest airport to Jalandhar is at Amritsar, which is well connected to the rest of the country.

By Rail: If one has to go by railways,the Jalandhar City Railway Station is an important station on the Delhi-Amritsar Railway line, making Jalandhar easily accessible. Regular trains connect Jalandhar to major cities.

By Road: The city is acquainted with good roads and a vast network of bus services connecting it to rest of India. To travel around the city one can use rickshaws, taxis or rent a car.

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