Ghanta Devi Temple: A Hidden Paradise Near Naukuchiyatal, Bhimtal

Bhimtal is a very well-known tourist spot near Nainital, as it offers everything that Nainital does but with less crowd and hustle. And for people that love absolute peace, Naukuchiyatal is another amazing hidden paradise just 7 kilometers away from Bhimtal.

If you love exploring hidden temples and places of spirituality as we do, then you must visit the Ghanta Devi Temple Near Naukuchiatyal. In this post, we will cover things you need to know about the Ghanta Devi Temple.

Where is Ghanta Devi Temple Located?

The Ghanta Devi Temple is a peaceful and lesser-known temple near Naukuchiyatal and can be reached by a short but beautiful 2-kilometer walk from the Siloti Pant Village, which is around 1.5 Kilometers away from the Nakuchiatal Lake.

A Raw Footage or Our Team Visiting the Temple

About: Ghanta Devi Temple, Naukuchiatal

The Ghanta Devi Temple Near Naukuchiatal, Nainital District, is a temple dedicated to the Van Devi or the Forest Deity that protects the area. Dense forest and breathtaking views of the Kumaon Hills surround the temple.

One can find a lot of medicinal plants, including Aswagantha and Camphor (Cinnamomum camphora). The main temple complex is all-natural, and several attempts to construct a roof over the shrines have failed.

Ghanta Devi Temple Naukuchiatal, Bhimtal, Nainital

Around the temple premises, you can see stones shaped like Hindu gods such as Shri Ganesha, Lord Shiva, Mata Parvati, Shree Hanuman, Nag Devta, and Maa Kali.

Ghanta Devi Temple Naukuchiatal, Bhimtal, Nainital

A shivling has also been established on the farthest end of the temple overlooking a cliff, which gives an amazing sight to your eyes.

How to Reach Ghanta Devi Temple?

To reach the Ghanta Devi Temple, you will first need to reach Bhimtal and take the Nakuchiyatal road. Upon reaching Nakuchiatal Lake, you need to head towards the Siloti Pant Village and then start your trek to the temple.

Ghanta Devi Temple Naukuchiatal, Bhimtal, Nainital

By Road

Bhimtal is well connected to cities such as Delhi, Dehradun, Rishikesh, Haridwar, etc., and you can easily drive or take a bus to Haldwani and then a local taxi to Bhimtal or Naukuchiyatal.

By Rail

The nearest railway station to the Ghanta Devi Temple is Kathgodam, at a distance of 26.9 from Siloti Pant, the starting point of the Ghanta Devi Trek. You can easily book a cab or shared taxi or take a bus to Bhimtal or Naukuchiatal.

By Air

The nearest airport is Pantnagar, which is at a distance of around 60 Kilometers from Bhimtal. Alternatively, you can also take the flight to the Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun, which is 290.6 kilometers away from Bhimtal.

Major Cities Near the Ghanta Devi Temple

PlaceDistance from Ghanta Devi Nakuchital (Approx)
Nainital28.5 KM
Almora69 KM
Haldwani35.4 KM
Bareilly135 KM
Dehradun310 KM
Delhi330 KM
Lucknow390 KM
Chandigarh480 KM
Source: Google plus trek distance

Places to see Near the Ghanta Devi Temple

PlaceDistance from Ghanta Devi Temple
Kasar Devi76 KM
Karkotaka Nag Temple7.5 KM
Someshwar Temple      107 KM
Bhimeshwar Mahadev Temple9 KM
Nainital28.5 KM
Golu Devta Temple, Ghorakhal18.7 KM
Source: Google

Conclusion: Why Visit the Ghanta Devi Temple Near Naukuchiatal?

Having personally visited the Ghanta Devi Temple, we highly recommend visiting this amazing temple if you love spirituality, nature, and peace. It is believed that you can experience the deity Ghanta Devi in every element, such as stones, trees, leaves, etc., and having personally been there, we can say there is nothing untrue about this belief.

So, if you are visiting the Nainital-Bhimtal area and wish to see places unknown, Ghanta Devi Temple is the place for you.