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Annapurna Temple in Indore

Annapurna Temple in Indore is one of the holiest places dedicated to goddess Annapurna, the deity of food. People from all the places come to see this historic temple which has mythological values attached to it. Tourists usually come to observe the majestic architecture of this holy temple which is a replica of amazing Meenakshi temple, a wonderful temple in Madurai. Four elephants showcased on the entrance of the temple give it a grand entry for people coming here to know more about this holy temple.

Annapurna Temple in Indore
Annapurna Temple in Indore

Goddess Parvati is the one who is also known as Annapurna Devi and her idol is worshipped in this temple. The deity depicts the act of preparing food by keeping ladle in one hand and container in other. Most remarkable belief about this temple is that people who do worship here never remain hungry. The goddess always keeps her devotees satisfied with ample food. The premises also hold three other shrines of Hindu mythology, which are Lord Shiva, Lord Hanuman, and Kalabhairav. It is believed that this temple was built way back in the 9th century and therefore it is also a part of Indore itinerary for travelers who seek revelations of Indore history.

Temples in Indore
Entrance of the Annapurna Temple in Indore

Reach Annapurna Temple Indore:

Annapurna temple is easily approachable from all the parts of Indore . It is within the city limits and reachable with the help of public transport. You can hire auto rickshaw or taxi to visit this historical temple.

The temple is open all 365 days irrespective of holidays and other such events.  People who want to visit this place should come from 7 am in the morning till night at 8 pm. There is no entry fee.

Attractions near Annapurna Temple in Indore:

Lalbagh Palace:
This splendid piece of architecture was built by Maharaj Shivaji Rao Holkar during the year 1885-1921 and it is mere 5 mins drive from Annapurna temple. It is situated near the banks of river Khan reflecting the grandeur of royal receptions.

Kanch Mandir: It is one of the majestic monuments of Indore which was built by Raja Hukumchand Seth during the 20th century. This whole temple is made of glass cuttings which were brilliantly painted and embellished in all interiors of temple.

Town Hall: It is also a historical place of Indore situated few kilometers away from Annapurna temple. It is also called as Mahatma Gandhi temple resembling the architecture excellence of the era of British regime. It is also an eventful place of Indore showcasing various art and cultural fairs all through the year.

Pipliyapala Regional Park: It is one of the weekend spots and also a stress busting tourist destination having huge landscape of garden with lake. People can do various activities such as boating and see mesmerizing fountains plotted on this venue.

Hotels near Annapurna Temple in Indore:

Hotel Sayaji

Address : H1, Scheme 54, Vijay Nagar, Indore

Hotel K K
Address :
80, Siddharth Nagar, Near Bhawar Kuan Chouraha, Indore
Contact details :

Hotel Relax
Address :
754, Footi Kothi, Hawa Bunglow road, Dwarkapuri, Indore
Contact details :
0731- 2385455

Hotel Pearl
Address :
8, Balaji Vihar (Bhakt Prahlad Nagar), Near Gangwal Bus stand, Indore
Contact details :
  0731- 2341497

Restaurants near Annapurna Temple in Indore

Apna Sweets and Namkeen
Address :
Annapurna road, Bhawanipur Colony, Sudama Nagar, Indore

Shree Annapurna Sweets
Address :
Annapurna road, Bhawanipur Colony, Sudama Nagar, Indore

Goswami Restaurant
Address :
Annapurna road, Vinay Nagar, Sudama Nagar, Indore

My Choice
Address : 
Annapurna road, Kranti Kriplani Nagar, Vinay Nagar, Indore

Sandwich Island
Address :
Kranti Kriplani Nagar, VInay Nagar, Vinay Nagar, Indore

Annapurna Chat Chopati
Address :
Annapurna road, Bank Colony, Sudama Nagar, Indore

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