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Mata Murti Temple
Reviewed 8 November 2017 via mobile

Mata murthi temple is superb temple it is combined with nature in temple we feel peaceful to our mind

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Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Considered the Mata of Badri Bishal, regular rituals are associated with Badrinath temple periodically.

Legends say, when Pandavas left for Swarga Rohini (meaning renouncing the world and as ascetics wanted to leave the world by climbing the gateway to heaven, somewhere in those mountains and hence the path they chose is called Swarga Rohini. During their journey they met Mata Multi and sought their blessings to accomplish wht they have set out for and they were blessed by Mata

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Reviewed 19 November 2016

This temple is just 2-3 kms away from bhagwan Badrintah ji temple, mata Murti is mother of Bhagwan Nar and Narayan(NAR= ARJUNA, NARAYANA=KRISHNA IN OTHER BIRTH) and wife of dharma, trek is good for mata murti and its take 30 min to 1 hr from bhagwan Badrinath temple. every year sharavan dwadashi or Vaman dwadashi is special day for visit here that is local festival day at mata murti. if you want blessings of bhagwan Badrinath ji must visist mother of bhagwan Narayan temple(mata murti). i love to visit that temple.

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Reviewed 28 June 2016 via mobile

The temple is on the bank of river alkAnanda temple is said to be mother of badrinath is about 3 kms from badrinath

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Reviewed 4 May 2016

This is Mana goun Kul devi temple. its the birth place of nar narayan. its nearly 3 km distance from badrinath temple. here woolen cloths are nice

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