Located in the southwest area of Delhi, Chhatarpur is a locality famous for its devotional significance. Packed with various Temples and Shrines, this place attracts lots of tourists who are keen to know about Hindu Mythology. One of the most famous temples is the Chhatarpur Temple that is dedicated to Goddess “Katyayani”, a part of “Navdurga”. Established in 1974 by Baba Sant Nagpal Ji, this temple is accredited for fulfilling people’s wishes. The temple is the largest of all in India left by Baba Sant Nagpal Ji after his death as a symbol of purity and deity. Reaching Chhatarpur Temple is quite easy from various locations of Delhi owing to excellent connectivity. You can either take Metro, Bus or a Cab at relatively low prices. Furthermore, for precise location, Chhatarpur metro station lies between Qutub Minar and Sultanpur Metro station. This metro station is on the same line as Huda City Center (Gurgaon) and Samaypur Badli (North Delhi).