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Mansa Devi Temple information
Lonely Planet review
Take the cable car to the crowded hilltop temple of Mansa Devi , a wish-fulfilling goddess. The path to the cable car is lined with stalls selling packages of prasad (food offering used in religious ceremonies) to take up to the goddess on the hill. You can walk up (1.5km) but beware of prasad -stealing monkeys. Photography is forbidden in the temple.