About Dwarka Kalibari

Dwarka Kalibari is a leading socio-religious, cultural & charitable organization in Dwarka Sub-city, New Delhi. A place of serene and tranquility, solace and strength in good and bad times, dedicated to the worship of Divine Mother. The underlying principle is to recreate humane relationships across culture, language, caste and creed.

Aims & Objectives

  • Daily worships of Maa-Kali, Lord Mahadeva, Radha Krishna, Hanumanji.
  • To arrange special Pujas like Sri Sri Durga Puja, Sri Sri Kali Puja, Sri Sri Lakshmi Puja, Sri Sri Saraswati Puja, Sri Sri Annapurna Puja and worship of other Gods and Goddesses.
  • To establish charitable Health Center, Old Age Home, Library, Dharmashala and undertake other welfare and charitable activities.
  • To promote religious, social, literacy artistic, cultural, educational, humanitarian activities for the welfare of the society.
  • To organize relief operations in the times of natural calamities.
  • To raise funds/relief funds and render assistance to any individual in need or to any organization engaged in religious, cultural, social, educational and humanitarian services.
  • To disseminate the ideals of love, renunciation and selfless services through its activities and foster a sense of universal brotherhood in accordance with the great spiritual heritage of India.

Kalibari is an institution where elderly feel accommodated and sheltered, needy receive help and support, youth reinvent roots, children understand identity and culture.

Temple Timing

April – September October – March
Morning 8:00 AM-12:00 PM 8:30 AM-12:30 PM
Evening 5:30 PM – 9:30 PM 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Sandhya Arati 7:30 PM 7:00 PM
Mangal Arati 6:00 AM 6:30 AM

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The journey of Dwarka Kalibari was started in the year 2003 with the initiative of a handful of sincere and adventurous few who came to settle permanently in Dwarka Sub City. Their strong desire and conviction to have a permanent institution which could preserve, nurture, foster and cater the cultural values and at the same time take up some work for the benefit and welfare of the society at large and Dwarkites in particular, culminated into registering the Kali Bari as a society under the Delhi Society Act. After that it was never a looking back. Getting land, starting the construction of Kali Bari and subsequent inauguration of Kali Bari on the 10th of July’13, fulfilled the cherished dream of Dwarkites and now we can proclaim proudly with immense pleasure that Dwarka has a Kali Bari of its own. In addition to regular pujas of MAA KALI, LORD MAHADEVA, RADHA KRISHNA and LORD HANUMANJI, Kali Bari also performs all other special pujas and organises social activities. All these are possible because of your constant and unstinting support.