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Maa Gada Chandi 16 Besa List with Dates 2021

The Gada Chandi temple is a few km away from the famous Cuttack Chandi Temple and is situated near Barabati Stadium. Deer Park, Horse Gate, Barabati Fort are the other tourist attractions near the temple. The temple is being decorated with colorful lights and decors during Durga Puja. The holy temple is dedicated to Goddess Gadachandi.

While localities visit the temple throughout the year, for tourists the best time is during Dussehra & Navaratri. You can also visit the temple throughout the winter.

Maa Gada Chandi 16 Besa List with Dates 2021

29.09.2021 – Wednesday -Nila Besa
30.09.2021 – Thursday – Suna Besa
01.10.2021 – friday – Harachandi Besa
02.10.2021 – Saturday – Annapurna Besa
03.10.2021 – Sunday – Saraswati Besa
04.10.2021 – Monday – Kali Besa
05.10.2021 – Tuesday – Bhubaneswari Besa
06.10.2021 – Wednesday (Navratri Start) – Rajarajeswari Besa
07.10.2021 – Thursday – Banadurga Besa
08.10.2021 – Friday – Bagala Besa
09.10.2021 – Saturday – Narayani Besa
10.10.2021 – Sunday (Sasthi) – Gayatri Besa
11.10.2021 – Monday (Maha Saptami) – mahalaxmi Besa
12.10.2021 – Tuesday (Maha Ashtami) – Mahasaraswati Besa
13.10.2021 – Wednesday (Maha Nabami) – Mahakali Besa
14.10.2021 – Thursday (Bisrama) – Kamala Besa
15.10.2021 – Friday (Bijaya Dasami) – Mahisamardini Besa

Maa Gada Chandi 16 Besa List with Dates 2021

Location: Near Barabati Stadium
Coordinates:   20°29’8″N   85°51’56″E
City: Cuttack
State: Odisha
Country: India
Nearby Renowned Places: Barabati Fort, Barabati Stadium, Cuttack Chandi Mandir, Dhabaleswar

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