Raghunath Temple

Brijeshwari Temple

Brajeshwari Temple is a Shakti temple in Kangra that you must visit on your Kangra trip. The temple was originally built by the Pandavas to worship Goddess Brajeshwari, a divine incarnation of Goddess Durga. This temple is very sacred and sacred and is one of the 52 Shaktipeeth temples in India. The local people also call this temple by the name of Kangra Devi Temple.

Baijnath Temple

Baijnath Temple is an age old temple which you can visit on your tour of Kangra Valley. Here Lord Shiva is worshiped in the form of Vaidyanath. Two merchants built this temple in 1204 AD in devotion to Lord Shiva. You can see the Dhauladhar mountain range from this temple. Baijnath temple has beautiful architecture and the local people have tremendous faith in this temple.

Tara Devi Temple

Tara Devi Temple is located in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh. This temple is 250 years old. According to the belief, Tara Devi was brought from West Bengal by the king of the Sen Empire. Later King Bhupendra Sen got this temple prepared in wood and Vaishnava way.

Jwalamukhi Temple

This popular pilgrimage center is 30 kms from Kangra. Is located at a distance. In the middle of the sanctum there is a kund where the flame has been burning since eternity, it is the law of worship in the form of the mother of the flame. In March-April and September-October of the year, colorful fairs are organized in the celebration of Navratras.

Chamundadevi Temple

Chamundadevi Temple is the abode of Goddess Chamunda, this temple is situated on the banks of river Ban Ganga, 10 km from Palampur in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. Chamunda Devi is regarded as the Mother Goddess and is worshiped with utmost faith not only by the local people of Himachal but also by devotees from all over India. According to legend, Chamunda Devi emerged from the eyebrows of Goddess Durga when the demons Shumbha and Nishumbha tried to capture her. He became so furious that out of anger he killed both the demons at the place where the temple was built. He killed Chand and Munda in a fierce battle.

Laxmi Narayan temple

The Laxmi Narayan Temple of Chamba which is a group of temples shows the ancient style. Of the temples built in the 8th century, 6 temples are dedicated to Lord Shiva and Vishnu. Laxmi Narayan Temple is the oldest of these temples. Rest of the temples are established around the city of Chamba which are dedicated to Harirai, Champavati, Bansigopal, Ramchandra, Brijeshwari, Chamunda and Narasimha.

Chaurasi Temple

Situated in Bharmour, the 9th century temple is one of the most important early Hindu temples in the Chamba Valley. According to the legend, 84 (four-four) yogis visited Bharmour, the capital of King Sahil Varman. He was pleased with the humility and respect of the king and blessed him with 10 sons and 1 daughter (Champavati). The courtyard of the temple here is the main center of all kinds of activities.

Chhatri Mandir

Not far from Bharmour (Chamba) is the Chhatri temple with early examples of carved wood and an 8th-century brass image of Shakti.

Tarna Mata Temple

Temples made of ancient stones, high domes and the city is situated on the banks of rivers. The temple of Tarna Mata is situated on a summit of Mandi town from where one can enjoy the view of the entire valleys and the city of Mandi.

Rewalsar Temple

On the banks of the natural lake, which is symbolized as an island, there is a temple of Lord Shiva, a temple of Rishi Lomash, Gurudwara of Guru Gobind Singh and a Buddhist shrine dedicated to Guru Padmasambhava. This is a place where people of all three religions have faith.

Parashar Temple

Built in the 14th century, this temple is where the temple was worshiped by the rulers of the district. Built in pagoda style, this temple is situated on the banks of Pandoh with greenery all around. The view of the mountains from here is very spectacular.

Shikari Mata Temple

It is possible for Shikari Mata to travel on foot from Janjehli and Karsog. This place is situated in the middle of dense forests, medicinal herbs are found here. Situated on the top of the mountain, this ancient temple can be reached by two routes. It is believed that hunters had worshiped the mother for their victory here and that is why this place was named Shikari Mata. Here the mother is worshiped in the form of a stone idol. This temple, which is making its culmination from the time of the Pandavas, does not have any kind of roof over this temple and whoever has tried this has failed.

Hanogi Mata Temple

Hanogi Mata, Koyla Mata: The temple of Hanogi Mata is near Pandoh on the way from Mandi to Kullu and the temple of Koyal Mata is located near Sundernagar of Mandi district.

Raghunathji Temple

Built by the Raja of Kullu in 1651 AD, this temple is the temple of Raghunathji brought from Ayodhya. During Dussehra all the deities come here and give their presence to Raghunath ji.

Bijli Mahadev Temple

Bijli Mahadev Temple is one of the many famous temples of Kullu. Lord Shiva is the main deity to whom this temple is dedicated. Bijli Mahadev Temple offers splendid views of Parvati and Kullu valleys. The temple is named after the lightning that strikes this temple every year. Lightning removes the Shivling from its position, and the priest fixes it again in its original position using local adhesives. You have to cross the Beas River to reach the Bijli Mahadev Temple. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, this temple is situated on a peak in the district of Kullu, from where one can have a view of the valleys of Parvati and Kullu.

Dungri Temple

Situated amidst deodar trees in Manali, there is a pagoda style temple built of wood. This temple is dedicated to Hadimba, the wife of Pandava son Bhima.

Bhimkali Temple

Bhimkali Temple is a fine example of hill architecture. Built by the rulers of Rampur Bushahr, this temple is a mixture of Hindu and Buddhist category. The palace of the royal family is situated in front of this temple. Shrikhand Mahadev peak is visible from Sarahan which is dedicated to Mata Lakshmi.

Hadimba Devi Temple

Hadimba Devi Temple, locally known as Dhungri Temple. This temple is situated amidst the snow clad hills of Manali, which is one of the famous hill stations of Himachal Pradesh. It is an ancient cave temple dedicated to Hidimbi Devi, wife of Bhima, one of the five Pandava brothers of Mahabharata. This beautiful temple is built with unique wooden architecture and is located in the vicinity of Dhungiri Van Vihar, a dense deodar forest, at the foot of the Himalayas.

Hatkoti Temple

This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Mother Durga, 104 km from Shimla, on the banks of the river Pabbar. It is believed that these gods fought a fierce battle at this place.

Jakhu Temple

Jakhu Temple is one of the most popular tourist places in Shimla. Jakhu Temple is the temple of Lord Hanuman, and it is on Jakhu Hill, which is the highest point of Shimla. The idol of Hanuman ji is so tall that it can be seen from anywhere in Shimla. Jakhu Temple and Jakhoo Hill are just 2 km away from the ridge. Hanuman stopped here when he was going to find medicine to cure Lakshmana. Hence Jakhu Temple has been built in the memory of Hanuman. You can reach Jakhu Temple on foot or by ropeway cable car.

Baglamukhi Temple

You can visit some famous temples on your Mcleodganj trip, and one such temple is Baglamukhi Temple. The temple is an important Shakti temple and Baglamukhi Maa is worshiped in this temple. Devotees have a lot of faith in Baglamukhi temple and they also see her as a form of Goddess Parvati.

Bhootnath Temple

Bhootnath Temple Mandi is one of the famous temples of Himachal Pradesh that you can visit. Lord Shiva is the Hindu deity to whom this temple is dedicated. The temple is decorated with intricate carvings on stone. People have a lot of faith in this temple and every year people come to see it. The architecture of the temple is splendid and its carvings are done with intricate details. The religious festival of Shivratri is celebrated with religious devotion in this temple.

Nayana Devi Temple

The temple built on a peak near Bilaspur and Kiratpur (34 km) is dedicated to Mata Naina Devi. Every year in July-August, colorful fairs are organized on Shravan Ashtami. Shri Naina Devi Ji Temple is one of the most sacred places in Himachal Pradesh. It is one of the 51 Shaktipeeths, located in the Bilaspur district of Himachal Pradesh. This holy temple is dedicated to Naina Devi who is believed to be an incarnation of Goddess Durga. According to legends, this holy temple has been constructed at the same place where one of the eyes of Goddess Sati fell when Lord Vishnu ripped her body into 51 pieces to pacify the angry Lord Shiva.

Manipulation

Manikaran is famous for its Manikaran Sahib Gurdwara and Manikaran Hot Springs. Manikaran is on the banks of Parvati river. Sikhs and Hindus both visit the gurdwara because of its immense religious importance. Manikaran Hot Springs is in the Gurudwara itself. Langar food is served in the Gurudwara, and the food is cooked in the hot water of the springs.

Kalachakra Temple

In Dharamsala you can visit the Kalachakra Temple, which is one of the famous Buddhist temples in Dharamsala. The temple is a Tibetan temple with rich and classic Tibetan architecture. The temple has huge statues of Lord Buddha, Tibetan paintings, murals and Tibetan prayer wheel. You can see Tibetan art in this temple which is famous in Dharamsala. There is a book shop and a cafe in this temple. The Kalachakra Temple is the center of Buddhist teachings and the Dalai Lama visits this temple to give his teachings to the Buddhist monks.

Chintpurni Temple

A winding path leads to the temple of Maa Chhinnamastika or Chintpurni Maa, where the mother fulfills everyone's wishes. This famous pilgrimage site is 75 km from Una city and 100 km from Jalandhar. Is located at a distance.

Renuka Temple

Dedicated to Mata Renuka, this temple is situated on the banks of Renuka Lake in Sirmaur district.

Bala Sundari Mandir

Trilokpur is situated on an isolated hillock at an altitude of about 430 m, 24 km south-west of Nahan, 77-15' north and 30'30' east. The place is famous for the temple of the famous Goddess Bala Sundari. The temple was built in 1573 by Raja Deep Prakash. Trilokpur village was built by Kanwar Surjan Singh in 1867 to overcome the then water scarcity in the village. Trilokpur is a place of great religious importance. It is believed to be the childhood place of Maa Vaishno Devi. The temple of Goddess Mahamaya Bala Sundari is very famous and attracts lakhs of pilgrims from all over North India. An important fair is held in Trilokpur twice a year i.e. in the month of Chaitra and Asvin from Sudi Ashtami to Chaudas (from 14th to 14th day of the bright half). People come and go during this period but a huge gathering is seen on Ashtami and Chaudas on the first and last days.

Kinnaur Kailash

Mount Kinnaur Kailash is located in the Kinnaur Valley of Himachal Pradesh. There is a mythological belief behind the name 'Kinnaur' which was originally derived from the name 'Kinnar' which denotes Hindu deities. The common belief is that the deities of angelic creatures find this region like heaven and thus reside here. The holy abode of Lord Shiva comes along the most difficult trek route through Charan La Pass and those who can make it to the destination are rewarded.

Shrikhand Kailash

Shrikhand Mahadev also known as Shrikhand Kailash is a part of the Great Himalayan National Park. It serves as a great tourist option apart from religious purposes. This religious place is located in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. The sacred abode of Lord Shiva has a sacred 75 feet Shivalinga measuring 5227 meters, which is considered to have great religious significance. The most amazing fact about Shivling is that the Shivling remains free of snow even during heavy snowfall. The mountain offers a beautiful view amidst dense forests and high mountain ranges.

Manimahesh Kailash

Manimahesh is known as Chamba Kailash located in Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is considered to be one of the most important pilgrimages among all the Panch Kailash sites. The destination is also called Manimahesh as there is a 'mani' in the Shivling, whose reflection can be seen from the holy lake. The lake is situated at an altitude of 13,000 feet at the foothills of Mount Kailash. It is considered very sacred due to many mythological facts. Devotees from all over the world take a holy dip in this lake before continuing their pilgrimage to be freed from sins. The visit to Manimahesh is also considered very sacred as it is believed that Lord Shiva visits this place along with Goddess Parvati.

Bhagsunag Temple

Bhagsunag Temple is one of the famous temples of Dharamsala. This ancient temple of Lord Shiva has a holy water pond where devotees and tourists take a dip to refresh themselves. It is said that the water of this pond cures the body of various physical ailments. The Bhagsunag temple has a divine aura, which attracts people to offer prayers here. The temple is on the way to the famous Bhagsu waterfall.

Kamaksha Devi Temple

In Mandi, Kamaksha Devi Temple is a temple dedicated to an incarnation of Goddess Durga. Kamaksha Devi Temple is a must visit temple in Mandi and also a must visit place in Mandi. Kamaksha Devi Temple is famous among devotees. The wooden architecture of this temple is very attractive. The temple is built in the style of pagoda architecture.

Baba Balak Nath

The temple of Baba Balak Nath Ji is located in North India. The temple is situated at the Diyotsiddha site of the Shivalik hills behind which the snow-capped mountain ranges of Dhauladhar can be seen.

Sankat Mochan Temple

Situated at an altitude of 1,975 meters, this temple of Lord Hanuman is situated on the Shimla-Kangra highway. Sankat Mochan Temple is the second most visited temple of Shimla after Jakhu Temple. All the devotees are attracted towards it due to its unique, vibrant and breathtaking scenery. The temple was established in 1950 by Baba Neem Karori Maharaj, who was so mesmerized by the wonders of Shimla that he spent 10 days inside the forest and later determined to be a Hindu pilgrimage site.

Quick Links About Temples In Himachal Pradesh

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1Siddh Baba Ka Mandir Himachal Pradesh
2Shri Bageshwar Mahadev Mandir Himachal Pradesh
3Bajreshwari Devi Temple Himachal Pradesh
4Masrur Temple Himachal Pradesh
5Baglamukhi Temple Himachal Pradesh
6Baba Baroh Temple Himachal Pradesh
7Krishna Bhawan Mandir Himachal Pradesh
8Baba Balak Nath Temple Himachal Pradesh
9Raghunath Temple Himachal Pradesh
10Jagannathi Devi Temple Himachal Pradesh
11Bijli Mahadev Temple Himachal Pradesh
12Basheshwar Mahadev Temple Himachal Pradesh
13Hanogi Mata Temple Himachal Pradesh
14Gaurishankar Temple Himachal Pradesh
15Sharvali Devi Temple Himachal Pradesh
16Jamula TempleHimachal Pradesh
17Hadimba Temple Himachal Pradesh
18Lord Ramchandra Temple Himachal Pradesh
19Temple of Lord Shiva Himachal Pradesh
20Baijnath Shiva Temple Himachal Pradesh
21Bundlamata Temple Himachal Pradesh
22Chamunda Devi Temple Himachal Pradesh
23Kali Mata Temple Himachal Pradesh
24Sheetla Mata Temple Himachal Pradesh
25Shri Balaji Temple Himachal Pradesh
26Bering Nag Temple Himachal Pradesh
27Tara Devi Temple Himachal Pradesh
28Jakhu Temple Himachal Pradesh
29Sholoni Devi Temple Himachal Pradesh
30Chintpurni Temple Himachal Pradesh
31Sheetla Devi Temple Himachal Pradesh
32Dhyunsar Mahadev Temple Himachal Pradesh

Siddh Baba Ka Mandir

This temple is located in the Solan district of Himachal Pradesh and is dedicated to Siddh Baba, a revered saint who is believed to have supernatural powers. The temple is surrounded by scenic beauty and is visited by devotees from all over the world.

Shri Bageshwar Mahadev Mandir

This temple is located in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple is surrounded by picturesque landscapes and is a popular tourist attraction.

Bajreshwari Devi Temple

This temple is located in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh and is dedicated to Goddess Bajreshwari. The temple is believed to have been built during the 16th century and is known for its beautiful architecture and intricate carvings.

Masrur Temple

This temple is located in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh and is also known as the Rock-cut temple. It is believed to have been built during the 8th century and has a unique architecture that is carved out of the surrounding rock.

Baglamukhi Temple

Located in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, this temple is dedicated to Goddess Baglamukhi, who is considered to be the eighth of the ten Mahavidyas in Hinduism. The temple has a unique architecture and is a must-visit for devotees of the goddess.

Baba Baroh Temple

This temple is located in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh and is dedicated to Baba Baroh, a local deity who is believed to have supernatural powers. The temple is surrounded by lush green forests and is a popular tourist attraction.

Krishna Bhawan Mandir

This temple is located in the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh and is dedicated to Lord Krishna. The temple has beautiful architecture and intricate carvings, and it is known for its peaceful atmosphere.

Baba Balak Nath Temple

Located in the Hamirpur district of Himachal Pradesh, this temple is dedicated to Baba Balak Nath, a famous Hindu saint who is revered in North India. The temple is believed to have been built during the 18th century, and it is a popular pilgrimage site for devotees.

Raghunath Temple

It is a temple located in the town of Kullu in Himachal Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to Lord Rama and is known for its beautiful architecture and intricate carvings.

Jagannathi Devi Temple

It is a temple located in the town of Kullu in Himachal Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Jagannathi and is known for its beautiful architecture and scenic location.

Bijli Mahadev Temple

It is a temple located in the town of Kullu in Himachal Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is known for its beautiful architecture and scenic location.

Basheshwar Mahadev Temple

It is an ancient temple located in the town of Bajaura in Himachal Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is known for its beautiful architecture and intricate carvings.

Hanogi Mata Temple

It is a temple located in the town of Pandoh in Himachal Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Hanogi Mata and is known for its beautiful architecture and scenic location.

Gaurishankar Temple

It is a temple located in the town of Naggar in Himachal Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is known for its beautiful architecture and scenic location.

Sharvali Devi Temple

It is a temple located in the town of Chamba in Himachal Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Sharvali and is known for its beautiful architecture and intricate carvings.

Jamula Temple

It is an ancient temple located in the town of Karsog in Himachal Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga and is one of the oldest temples in the state. The temple has beautiful architecture and is a popular tourist attraction.

Hadimba Temple

It is a temple located in the town of Manali in Himachal Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Hadimba, who is worshipped by the local people. The temple has beautiful architecture and is surrounded by lush greenery.

Lord Ramchandra Temple

It is a temple dedicated to Lord Rama located in the town of Manali in Himachal Pradesh. The temple has beautiful architecture and is a popular tourist attraction.

Temple of Lord Shiva

It is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva located in the town of Mandi in Himachal Pradesh. The temple has a beautiful architecture and is surrounded by lush greenery.

Baijnath Shiva Temple

It is an ancient temple located in the town of Baijnath in Himachal Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is one of the oldest temples in India. The temple has beautiful architecture and intricate carvings.

Bundlamata Temple

It is an ancient temple located in the village of Bundla in Himachal Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga, who is worshipped in the form of a wooden idol. The temple has intricate carvings and a beautiful architecture.

Chamunda Devi Temple

The Chamunda Devi Temple is located in the district of Kangra and is dedicated to Goddess Chamunda. It is believed that this temple was constructed during the 16th century AD. The temple is known for its beautiful architecture and is surrounded by scenic natural beauty.

Kali Mata Temple

The Kali Mata Temple is located in the district of Chamba and is dedicated to Goddess Kali. It is believed that this temple was constructed during the 16th century AD. The temple is known for its beautiful architecture and is surrounded by scenic natural beauty.

Sheetla Mata Temple

The Sheetla Mata Temple is located in the district of Mandi and is dedicated to Goddess Sheetla. It is believed that this temple was constructed during the 17th century AD. The temple is known for its beautiful architecture and is surrounded by scenic natural beauty.

Shri Balaji Temple

The Shri Balaji Temple is located in the district of Solan and is dedicated to Lord Balaji. It is believed that this temple was constructed during the 19th century AD. The temple is known for its beautiful architecture and is surrounded by scenic natural beauty.

Bering Nag Temple

The Bering Nag Temple is located in the district of Mandi and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is believed that this temple was constructed during the 16th century AD. The temple is known for its beautiful architecture and is surrounded by scenic natural beauty.

Tara Devi Temple

The Tara Devi Temple is located in the district of Shimla and is dedicated to Goddess Tara. It is believed that this temple was constructed during the 18th century AD. The temple is known for its beautiful architecture and is located on top of a hill which provides a stunning view of the surrounding area.

Jakhu Temple

The Jakhu Temple is located in the district of Shimla and is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. It is believed that this temple was constructed during the 18th century AD. The temple is known for its beautiful architecture and is located on top of a hill which provides a stunning view of the surrounding area.

Sholoni Devi Temple

The Sholoni Devi Temple is located in the district of Shimla and is dedicated to Goddess Sholoni. It is believed that this temple was constructed during the 17th century AD. The temple is known for its beautiful architecture and is surrounded by scenic natural beauty.

Chintpurni Temple

The Chintpurni Temple is located in the district of Una and is dedicated to Goddess Chintpurni. It is believed that this temple was constructed during the 9th century AD. The temple is one of the most visited temples in Himachal Pradesh and is known for its beautiful architecture.

Sheetla Devi Temple

The Sheetla Devi Temple is located in the district of Kangra and is dedicated to Goddess Sheetla. It is believed that this temple was constructed during the 16th century AD. The temple has a beautiful architecture and is surrounded by scenic natural beauty.

Dhyunsar Mahadev Temple

The Dhyunsar Mahadev Temple is located in the district of Kullu and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is believed that this temple was constructed during the 9th century AD. The temple has a beautiful architecture and is surrounded by scenic natural beauty.

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