About Chandaneswar Temple
Chandaneswar temple is a holy temple in north Odisha. Chandaneswar temple is placed in Odisha & West Bengal Border. From Chandaneswar temple to Digha Just 6 km and Talsari just 3 km. Chandaneswar Temple Open every day Morning 6.30 am and close at 7.30 pm. Near Chandaneswar Temple so many tourism Place like Bichitrapur Mangrove Sanctuary, Bhusandeswar (The Biggest Shiva ling in Asia), Talsari Beach, Maa Bhograi Basuli, Jagannatha Temple Baliapal, Raibania fort, Digha beach and more
Chandaneswar is an acclaimed religious and cultural site of North Odisha which is famous for Lord Shiva temple. Chadak Mela is an important festival of this holy shrine. During Chadak Mela(month of April) and Shivaratri lakhs of pilgrims, devotees of Odisha, West Bengal, Bihar, and other places of India visit the place to pay obeisance to Lord Chandaneswar.
Timings of Chandaneswar Temple
Every Day Open
1st Entry 06:30 am
Aarti Time: 6:30 pm
Last Entry 07:30 pm
Facility of Chandaneswar Temple
Paid Food Curt
How to Reach Chandaneswar Temple
Priest of Chandaneswar Temple
Visitor safety is our utmost priority. To help keep Chandaneswar Temple a safe and family-friendly place, we request that you cooperate with the following policies while visiting Akshardham
- All visitors will be frisked by security personnel
- All vehicles will be searched by security personnel
- Certain items are not permitted within the complex (please see the list below)
- Smoking & alcohol consumption within the parking and campus is strictly prohibited
- Carrying alcohol and banned substances in vehicles is strictly prohibited within the parking and campus
Security measures are mandates by government law enforcement agencies. Please cooperate with security procedures and personnel.
Items ALLOWED in the Temple
Items NOT ALLOWED in the Temple
For a quick and smooth security check, we request you not bring these prohibited items with you. If you do happen to bring these items with you, please check them into the free cloakroom before entering the security check queue
The Mandir is a sacred house of God and a place of daily worship. To preserving its sanctity and spiritual ambience, a strict dress code operates within the complex.
- Upper Wear: Must cover the shoulders, chest, navel, and upper arms
- Lower Wear: Must be at least below knee-length
Dress: In case your dress does not comply with above requirement, a free Dress is provided for your visit (Refundable Deposit Rs. 100) Please return the Dress at the exit.