Sarvmangala Mandir  tourist places in Korba

The history of the temple is 122 years old.

There is a cave in the temple complex which extends to the other side of the river.

Famous Sarvamangala of Korba city

The temple is adjacent to the banks of the Hasdev River.

This temple is of Maa Durga.

But the different forms of Mata have been beautifully shown on walls.

Every day hundreds of devotees visit here.

Sarvmangala Mandir

 According to the Panditji of the temple, there is a 500-year-old banyan tree in the courtyard.

Devotees make a wish by tying Raksha Sutra to the tree.

Hundreds of Raksha Sutra Trees Are tied in.

There are many stalls outside the temple for prasad and worship materials.

 The entry gate of the temple is grand.

A grand statue of the Sun God in Sarsuvamangala temple

Sun god riding a chariot.

Ram devotee Hanuman under the banyan tree.

There is a small temple of Ji.

There is a big temple nearby.

Vishnu Dham is at the bottom.
Shivalinga is on the first floor of the temple.

Surya riding on a chariot decorated with horses at the top
There is a grand statue of the deity.



There is a cave in the temple complex which goes under the river and comes out on the other side.
Thousands of Jyoti Kalash are established during Navratri. The temple complex consists of Trilokinath, Kali, Hanuman, Shitala Mata, Bhairavnath, and other small and big temples.

Distance of Sarvamangala Temple from Korba City

Mata’s temple is in Sarvamangala Para which is about 7 to 8 kilometers from the city.

The distance of Sarvamangala Temple from Janjgir Champa is about 50 kilometers.

Sarvamangala temple is at a distance of about 80 kilometers from Bilaspur.

Location of Sarvmangala Mandir 

The Mata Sarwamangla Temple is in Korba, Chhattisgarh, India.

The temple is of Goddess Sarwamangla a form of Goddess Durga.

History 0f Sarvmangala Mandir 

The temple was built by the ancestors of Rajeshwar Dayal one of the Zamindar in Korba.

The history of the temple is 122 years old, with its establishment believed to be around 1898. 


Darshan Timings in Sarvmangala Mandir 

The Temple is open 24 Hours


Photography and Videography in Sarvmangala Mandir 

Not allowed



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