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Nainital - Parvathi Devi

Nainital - Kasar Devi

In the mountainous range of Nainital and its environs there were built excellent shrines for gods and goddesses.


The name of Nainital and its emergence reads like a fantasy. 


Mandrem - Bhagawathi

Chadgav - Bhavani

It is one among the five popular temples lying in the town of Mapusa.


Here is a temple that surprises the visitors with awe-some wonders.


Renuka - Gayatri Shrine

Kangra - Bajreswari Devi Mandir

The reverent word Renuka conjures up many awe-some spectacles associated with the life of Parasurama.


Located at the confluence of small rivers Bener and Majhi and among low hills, this ancient town enshrines an enchanting mandir.


Trilokpur - Mahamayaba Sundari

Daulakhan - Katasan Devi Mandir

Built in 1573 by Rata Dip Prakash, this ancient Sakti temple is visited by a steady stream of pilgrims and locals round the year.


Daulakhan, lying in the vicinity of Paonta, famous for manufacturing fruit juices and salads in many of its canning units is housing a famous temple for Katasan Devi.


Bhagani - Bhadrakali Shrine

Paonta - Yamuna Shrine

Among several places of religious importance around Paonta, Bhadrakali temple deserves inclusion. 


On the sacred bank of river Yamuna, and just behind the famous Gurudwara, wherein Guru Govind Singh wrote his immortal work Dassam Granth.


Simla - Tara Devi Mandir

Jwalamukhi - Jwalamukhi Temple

The very mention of Simla. the capital of Himachal Pradesh lying on the steep slopes of a twelve kilometre long crescent shaped ridge.


Hinduism believes in the omnipresence of God and advocates worshipping of almost all objects-animate or inanimate.


Kangra - Bajreswari Devi Temple

Manali - Hidimba Temple 

Kangra valley, tile greatest asset to the mountain state of Himachal Pradesh is a treasure house of man made mandirs.


Manali, lying at the northern end of Kullu Valley in the mountain state of Himachal Pradesh. 


Kullu - Vaishnodevi Temple

Sarahan - Bhimakali Temple 

The very mention of that august name flashes across out minds the hoary Trikut Parvat, the seat of Mother Vaishnodevi.


The location of Sarahan lying on the old Hindustan-Tibet road has strategic importance, and it is acting as the gateway to the Kinnaur region.


Naggar - Tripurasundari Shrine

Solan - Solan Devi Shrine

The little town Naggar situated high above the Kullu Valley, the rest-while capital of Himachal pradesh housing stupendous monuments. 


Lying in the vicinity of Simla, this enchanting little town Solan houses a holy shrine dedicated to Solani Devi.


Mandi - Tarnadevi Mandir

Kullu - Devi Jagannathi Shrine

Mandi, lying on the strategically located trade route between Tibet and lndia.


Himachal Pradesh has been rightly described as Gods own country populated with simple hill.


Nainital - Nainidevi Mandir


In the mountainous region of Nainital, one of the famous summer sorts of great reputation.



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