Tuesday, 26 March 2019

Siddh Peeth Shri Manak Siddh Baba Mandir Dehradun

4 Siddh in Dehradun
Manak Siddh Baba Mandir Dehradun Uttarakhand
Manak Siddh temple is one of the famous temples of Char Sidh of Dehradun. Manak Siddh Baba Mandir is present in the Shamla bypass located in the Badowala area. Among all four Siddh temple, Manak Siddh Temple is near to the city. Dehradun and nearby cities devotees know about this temple and always come here during the fairs and annual celebrations of the Manak Siddh Temple. Siddh Peeth Shree Manak Siddh Baba Mandir is commonly known as Manak Siddh Mandir.

Manak Siddh temple has statues of many Gods Such as Lord Narsingh, Lord Hanuman, and Lord Ram with Mata Sita, Lord Vishnu on Sheshnag, and more. There is a big Shivling is also there. You can see the main temple of Shree Manak Siddh Baba temple near the Akhand Dhuna. Temple has an Akhand Dhuna of Shri Manak Siddh Baba. In the temple, at one place there are lots of Trishools in which lots of chunari are tied.

History of Manak Siddh Temple

History of all Char Siddh Peeth of Dehradun is almost the same. History of Manak Siddh starts from the Treta Yuga. There was very famous Maharshi Atri and Mata Sati Anasuiya. Both were the very devotee of Trinity (Lord Vishnu, Bramha and Shiva). So all three Gods came to earth for the testing their penance. The Trinity (Lord Vishnu, Bramha and Shiva) were very happy with their penance and promise them that they will take birth as his child. Later the Trinity take birth from the womb of Mata Anusuiya.

The son of Mata Anusuiya was later famous as Guru Dattatreya Ji. Lord Dattatreya was very intelligent, powerful, owner of lots of magical powers since birth. They learned lots of arts in various fields from the 24 Gurus. For human welfare, they make 9 Naths and 84 disciples. These 84 disciples of Lord Dattatreya gain knowledge from them and moved in all over India for the penance of Lord Shiva and human welfare. The places where these disciples of Lord Dattatreya did penance are presently known as Siddh Peeths with their names. One of the disciples of Lord Dattatreya, Shri Manak Ji did penance here and go to heaven after samadhi later this place popular on his name as Manak Siddh Temple.


There are four Siddh Peeths in the Dehradun which famous as Char Sidh of Dehradun. All four Siddh Peeth is situated in the outer of Dehradun city at calm and in forest areas. All Siddh Peeths of Dehradun listed below.
  1. Laxman Siddh
  2. Kalu Siddh
  3. Madu Siddh
  4. Manak Siddh

Four Siddh Peeth in Dehradun
Shri Madu Siddh Mandir Aamwala Dehradun
As per legends, those who visit all these four Siddh Peeths in a single day without taking the meal, God will complete their wishes.

Functions at Manak Siddh Temple

Annual function of Manak Siddh temple is organized on the first Sunday of June month. In the annual function of the Manak Sidh temple, a huge crowd of devotees comes here. Various types of a function such as Bhajan Kirtan, dance, Jagran, Havan-Yagya organized in the temple and Prasad distribution and huge Bhandara also organized for the devotees. In the annual function of the temple, local and nearby cities people offer their first harvested crop of wheat to the Manak Siddh Baba.

Best Time to Visit Manak Siddh Temple

Best time to visit the Manak Sidh temple will be any Sunday from February to June. You can visit this temple on Hinduism holy festivals such as Mahashivratri, Vasant Panchami, Janmashtami, and Navratri, etc. On every Sunday Manak Siddh temple is very crowded and devotees came here from various places and nearby cities also. During the annual function of Manak Siddh temple, lots of religious activities organized in the temple.  At that time you can enjoy more. The best time to visit this temple will be at 10:00 am to 04:00 pm.

Timing of Manak Siddh Temple

Manak Siddh temple opens daily in the morning at 08:00 am and closed at 10:00 pm. The total time duration for the visiting this temple will be approx. two hours.

Worship in Manak Siddh Temple

Tourist Places of Dehradun
Jaggery is the main Prasad which you have to offer to Manak Siddh temple. Many devotees also offer Ghee, Curd, and Gram in the Manak Siddh temple. Since in the Manak Siddh temple there are other Gods temple also then you can take more and different Prasad to offer to the various Gods. Every Sunday Manak Siddh Baba main puja conducted by the main priest of the temple. Every Sunday Bhandara is organized by the Siddh Peeth Shri Manak Siddh Baba Mandir Samitee and the Manak Siddh Baba devotees.

Facilities of Manak Siddh Temple
  • For two and four-wheelers parking space is available but on own risk. There is no commercial parking stand for vehicles.
  • Drinking water is available for the devotees.
  • Washroom facilities are also available.
  • Temple has space for resting the devotees.
  • Temple has good space for functions like Bhajan Kirtan etc.
  • There are few Prasad shops where you can purchase Prasad.
  • Few food and snacks shop also available there.
  • Near the temple campus, a park also there where small kids can enjoy there with Jhulas.
How to Reach of Manak Siddh Temple

Manak Siddh temple is located at the Karbari Grant and a half kilometer far from the Post Office Karbari, East Hopetown. Manak Siddh Temple can be easily accessible from the Shimla Bypass road and about 16km far from Dehradun railway station. From ISBT bus stand it will be 12 km and from the Clock tower of Dehradun, it will be 17 km.

There is no direct city bus Vikram or Auto for the Manak Siddh temple. You have to book a taxi or a cab for it. If you have own vehicle then you can go there very easily by road. The road is good and can be accessible by four-wheelers. From the Badowala, Manak Siddh temple is only four km far away.

Address of Manak Siddh Temple

Siddh Peeth Shree Manak Siddh Baba Mandir
Karbari, East Hopetown,
Dehradun 248007
Uttarakhand, India

TouristBug’s Recommendations
  • Photography is not prohibited so you can enjoy photography.
  • Manak Siddh temple is situated in the forest area so there are lots of monkeys are there so be careful from them. Monkeys can snatch the eating items from you and harm you.

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