amidst the magnificent grandeur of the Himalayan mountain range with
vast expanse of dazzling snow, and giving birth to rushing torrents
and luxuriant forests, this Kullu Valley treasures up several
temples for all the gods of Hindu Pantheon, like, Raghunath temple,
Hadimba Devi temple, Bijli Mahadev temple etc. Though their
traditions and customs appear a little bit bizarre, 'the devotion
that springs up from this simple, yet devout folk merit high praise
and great veneration.
the temples, deserving visitation, Bashesmar Mahadev temple is one
and its architectural beauty is a standing specimen- of the Nagara
type. Though its proportions are modest, the elegance exuding from
the exterior sculptural ornamentation is commendable and highly
sacred Siva Mandir houses besides Sivalinga other Saivate gods. The
rituals , and traditions are redolent of North Indian type, but they
are not contradictory to the Saivagamas. This temple though situated
very near the Bijh Mahadev temple, its attraction is great.
Periodical festivals draw huge crowds.
is in Bajaura 15 km off Kullu town having transport facilities.