Chandrika Devi Temple is one of the sacred temples of the hindu god Chandi inside the city of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India. It is stated that elder son of Shri Lakshmana - the founding father of Lucknow, Rajkumar Chandraketu, was once passing with Ashwamegh Horse via Gomti. In the way, it became dark and for this reason he had to take relaxation inside the then dense woodland. He prayed Goddess for protection. Within a moment there was cool moon mild and the Goddess seemed earlier than him and assured him.
It is stated that a grand temple hooked up right here throughout that generation turned into destroyed in 12th century via foreign invaders. It is also said that round 250 years lower back some nearby villagers, even as roaming inside the forests, placed this beautiful region- which turned into hidden with dense forests. Next day, a villager may want to locate the statue of Devi and it changed into positioned at the prevailing place. Later on, a temple became constructed and due to the fact that then human beings continued to visit this temple and provide 'Pooja' after understanding the arrival of Ma Chandrika Devi. This place is also known as Mahi Sagar Teerth.