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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. The town is very sacred to Hindus over centuries. Here lies the famous Bhimakali temple and has been luring Hindus and Buddhists equally well. That is its creditable point adding a bright feather to Hinduism. Though there are many Buddhist shrines in its proximity. Buddhists drawn by the mysterious glory of Bhimakait are visiting more often than not and participating lushly m all the prayer services and congregational activities. This historic temple is multi-storied and is displaying a harmonious blend of Hindu and Buddhist styles of architecture. Built on a raised plinth this multi-tired temple, looks extremely majestic and elevates the souls, the moment it gleams into sight Regular worship is offered daily and celebration of annual festivals is carried on with veneration due. The worshipful icon is exquisitely chiseled and raises the hands of the beholders as they come into her sight.

It is accessible by bus from Dharmapur.

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