Shakti Peeth Shakumbhri, meaning the abode of
Shakti Goddess Shakambhari, is situated in the Jasmour village area, at a distance of 40 km to the north of Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh state of Northern India. It has two important temples of Hindu deities: one of the Goddess (Devi) Shakumbhri herself and another one, Bhura-Dev temple, located one kilometer away from it to the east, of the deity Bhairava , considered to be her guard. Shakumbhri Devi's most famous shrine is situated near Jasmour village, in the Shivalik mountain range 40 kilometers to the north of Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India.
The temple is on the site of the ruins of a more ancient temple and was constructed by the Pundir Rajputs under Rana Bahadur Singh Pundir who was the great grand father of the Pundir chief Rana Pitambar Singh Pundir of Jasmour. Though it is not an ancient temple, its devotees consider it to be a Shakti Peetha, a powerful seat of Shakti, the divine feminine.