There is a long story behind this place. During the 18th century, a famous cloth merchant who’s named Badri Das. He often walked to the Delhi Ridge of the Aravalli range, which was covered with flora and fauna. While digging near a waterfall, then a beautiful incident happened. The idol of Jhandewali Mata and a stone lingam with carvings of Naga were found by the merchant (Badri Das). He (the merchant) built the temple on the spot. Since the hands of the idol were damaged during excavation, hands of silver were made after that the original statue was consecrated in the cavern basement which came to be called “Maa Gufa Wali” (The Mother Goddess of Cave). A new replica of the idol was situated on the ground floor which came to be called “Maa Jhande Wali” (The Mother Goddess of Flag). A large prayer flag was installed by Badri Das, who came to be known as “Bhagat Badri”. Then the place came to be known as “Jhandewala” (“the place of the flag”). Therefore, there are subsidiary temples of Shiva as well as Kali. This beautiful temple is run by the “Badri Bhagat Jhandewalan Mandir Society, which is a nonprofit organization trust.