DEVI CHALASNIs

AT A GLANCE

Devta Name/Local Name/Vedic Name Devi Chalasni/ Devi Cheli/ Gaura mata
Type (Rishi, Nag, etc)
Powering Divinity (Jogini) Nag Thach
Associated Devtas Devta Jalandi, Rai Nag
Annual Fair (attended by which other deity) Adhe Festival in April , Padei Mela in August.
Devta Garshai, Jalandi and Devta Sarahan.
Dussehra Participation/Place Kullu Dussehra


QUICK FACTS

Location Distance from Kullu Directions Stay Options Key Contact
Jaon Gram Panchayat Chayal 208 km Kullu-Aut-Banjar-JaloriPass-Ani-Nirmand-Jaon Hotels/Guest Houses/Rest Houses at Nirmand/Arsu and Bagipul Naula Ram, Kardar / Sinak Ram, Goor
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HIGHLIGHTS

Chalasani Devi is one of the seven sisters who were born at Badakui. It is also said that she took birth in the form of wind at Shuva Kamru (District Kinnaur). Chalasani Devi came to Mata Bheemakali in village Ranvi. Staying for a few days there, she came after crossing river Satluj via Kasholi to a place called Chunagahi. Then via Maghaini Jot came to Chayal valley. Then passing through Dala Dainee, Dharla, Deur and Kurpan Khadd finally she reached at Jaon. There she met Goddess Gaura who presented her Chalta (mobile) Raj and kept Baitha (stationary) Raj with herself. From that day, both the devis are worshiped there at Jaon. Because of her residence at a place named Chayal she was called Chalasani Devi. The devi has eight mohras. The main mohra is known as madhi-mukh.