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Location: Gurgaon, Haryana.
Presiding Deity: Mata Sheetala Devi.
Significance: Shakti-Peeth.
Main Attraction: Through Out The Year Except July-August.

One of the major Hindu pilgrimage is the Sheetala Devi Temple located near a pond at Gurgaon village, a suburb of Gurgaon, in the state of Haryana. Also referred to as a 'Shakti Peeth', the presiding deity of this temple is Mata Sheetala Devi.

Thousands of pilgrims visit the temple during the Hindu month of 'Chaitra' corresponding with the months of March and April. There is a heavy rush of pilgrims especially on Mondays of this month

Situated near a pond, this temple witnesses hordes of pilgrims throughout the year, except during the month of 'Shravana' (July-August). People also come to this temple to conduct the 'mundan' (shaving off the heads) ceremony of their children.

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