If you are a great pilgrim and want to visit holiest places, you are most welcome to Himachal Pradesh – “Land of Gods”. We will feature all temples and popular holy places just for you. There are a lot of holy places and more than 3000 temples scattered all over the Himachal Pradesh. Every year thousands and lakhs of people visit these places in the month of mid March and April.
Here we have mentioned a few temples in the state:
It is 16 km away from Palampur and 56 km away from Dharamsala. It is said that this temple have been built around 804 A.D. To build this temple too many life sized stones are used and it is believed that the temple is a good example of Nagri Architecture.
Chintpurni Mata or Chamunda Mata Temple:
The famous Chamunda Nandikeshwar Dham is located 20 km away from Kangra main town (known as Chintpurni Mata). The temple is located in Una district Himachal Pradesh state, surrounded by the western Himalaya and Dhauladhar hills. It has been written down in the puranas that Chamunda vanquished the demons Chand and Mund. If devotees ask something from Mata with pure heart, their wish will be granted.
Shri Naina Devi Temple:
Shri Naina Devi is one of the 51 Shakti Peeths and located about 60 km away from main Bilaspur. The temple is situated at the top of the beautiful and magnificent hill. Naina Devi is where Sati's eyes are believed to have fallen. From temple at the top of hill you can enjoy the great view of Bakra Dam and Govind Sagar. For tourists Arial passenger ropeway is also available Bhakra road to temple.
Jwalamukhi temple is situated at the distance of about 10 km from Nadaun. There is a natural cave where eternal flames represent the deity Jwalamukhiji. Besides, there is the Gorakh Dibbi, Chaturbhuji Temple and a host of other smaller shrines.
Sidh Baba Balak Nath:
Sidh baba Balak Nath (Deotsidh) is a Hindu deity worshiped in district Hamirpur in the Indian State of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab. An idol image of Baba is placed in a natural cave (Gufa) carved in the hills at the village named as Chakmoh in the district Hamirpur. Regular distribution of food called 'langar sewa' by the people to the visitor's is served over here.
BIjli Mahadev is one of the striking temples and can be reached after a tough climb of 10 km trek. 60 feet high Bijli Mahadev Murti looks like a needle in the sun. The rest of the story can be heard from the priest, which is un-believable but true.
Hadimba temple is one the most popular temples in Himachal Pradesh and surprising thing is the temple is built in 1553 but still is fascinating and magnetic to tourists. The temple is located in the middle of dense forest of devdar.
This holy land is located at the distance of 15 km from main Mandi town. At this sacred place there are seven floating islands and Lakhs of fish in there. This place is revered equally by the Hindus, the Sikhs and the Buddhist alike.
Prashar temple is situated at the height of about 2,730 metres above the sea level on the bank of a lake, which has floating Circular Island. And this lake is fed by the small mountain streams.
Jakhu temple is situated in Shimla at the top of the hill in the middle of dense forest of deodar. You can reach there either by taxi or walking through the road in the middle of dense forest and enjoy the magnificent view of whole Shimla town.
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