Vindhyavasini Devi Temple is situated in Vindhyachal, 8 km from Mirzapur, on the banks of the holy river Ganges. It is one of the most revered Shaktipeeths of the presiding deity, Vindhyavasini Devi. The temple is visited by large number of people daily. Big congregations are held during Navratras in Chaitra (April) and Ashwin (October) months. Kajali competitions are held in the month of Jyestha (June).
The temple is situated just 2 km from the Kali Khoh, an ancient cave temple dedicated to Goddess Kali.
The nearest railway station is at Mirzapur. Regular bus services connect Vindhyachal to the nearby towns.
Vindhyachal is one of the prominent 108 'Shaktipeeths' of India, and is thronged by millions of pilgrims from all over the world, especially twice a year during ‘Navratri' in ‘Chaitra' and ‘Ashwin' months of Hindu calendar
There is a concept of 'Shaktipeeths' in India. 'Shaktipeeths' are actually places where the Goddess of power or the female part of power is supposed to be residing. The female part of Power has been named Shakti and is worshiped in the form of Goddess Durga. Vindhyachal is one of the prominent 'Shaktipeeths' situated at a distance of 8 kilometers from Mirzapur on the banks of Ganga.
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Nearest airport is at Babatpur, 87 km from here.
Vindhyachal itself is a local railway station, but mail and express trains stop at Mirzapur, which is well connected with all major cities of India.
Bus service is available to all major cities of Uttar Pradesh.