Durga Bari Mandir
Situated in PWD Colony, Kohima, Durga Bari Mandir is a famous temple dedicated to Goddess Durga. The temple also houses the shrines of Ma Kali and Lord Shiva.
Durgabari Kohima is the realization of the common dream of the Hindu residents of Kohima. It is the outcome of tireless efforts of many distinguished personalities who were directly associated and involved to build a place of worship and socio-cultural activities of the Hindu Community in Kohima.
Timings : 06:00 AM To 09:00 PM
Wear neat and modest clothes. Avoid shorts for men
Kohima is a cultural city in Nagaland. Traces of different culture of different Naga communities should be found in Kohima. The ethnicity of Kohima consists of various tribes and sub tribes which have been residing here since time immemorial. The people of Kohima follow the religion of Christianity mainly and other communities living in the area follow both Hinduism and Islam. The Naga heritage is very rich and it consists of different kinds of rituals and festivals which is rather a very swelling in Kohima still preserve their original traditions and customs. Even in today's day, a lot of socio-ethnic communities can be seen throughout Kohima which have their own distinct array of social and cultural identity. Let us have a closure look at the colourful culture of Kohima.
PWD Colony, Kohima, Nagaland 797005
Dimapur, at distance of around 75 km from Nagaland, is the closest domestic airport. Dimapur is well-connected to Guwahati and Kolkata. International travelers have to take connecting flights from Kolkata to Dimapur.
Nearest railway station is Dimapur, which is well-connected to Kolkata and Guwahati.
One can take a share taxi from Dimapur railway station (Rs 200) and reach Kohima. Direct buses also run daily between Guwahati and Kohima.
Morning pooja and arati starts from 07:30 AM onwards
Ganesha puja, Durga puja, Jagannath Snan, Jagannath Rath Yatra are the major festivals celebrating in this temple