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Dalhousie & Chamba Temples

August 05,2019

Champavati Temple

There is an ancient Temple is dedicated to Champavati near Chaugan in the heart of the town known as Champavati Temple or Chamesani Temple.


Vajeshwari Temple

Vajeshwari Temple is Almost 1000 years old and dedicated to Goddess of lightning Vajeshwari Devi. This is another Temple in Chamba which is built in Shikhara Style. It is dedicated to Devi Vajeshwari or the Goddess of lightening. You can get a Taxi from Vajeshwari Temple to Chamba/Dalhousie.



Salooni with an excellent view of the surrounding hills, Salooni is located on commands impressive views.


Katasan Devi Temple

Katasan Devi temple is one of the famous holy places in Chamba. This is a very popular temple with the local people and commands impressive views. Taxi service for Local sightseeing in Chamba is accessible.


Kailash Manimahesh Lake

Kailash Manimahesh is 104 from Chamba & 35 km from Bharmour. This lake is supposed to be blessed by goddess Kali and Protected by Lord Shiva. You can book a taxi service from Kailash Manimahesh to Chamba &Taxi service from Kailash Manimahesh to Dalhousie.

Nag Temple

Khajjiar nag temple situated at Khajjiar village around 22 km away from Dalhousie. It is a very old wooden temple. It is very beautiful historical place surrounded by deodar trees. In winter you can enjoy skiing on Khajjiar ground. You can book a Taxi service from complete Chamba Tour.


Hari Rai Temple

Hari Rai Temple is also Called Vishnu Temple. This temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and has a beautiful bronze image of the Lord in its interiors.


Sui Mata Temple

The Temple is dedicated to the sacrifice of a Rani who laid down her life to ensure that Chamba did not go waterless. There is also a fair organized every year from 15th of the Chait to the first of Baisakhi. This fair or Mela is known as the Sui Mata ka Mela. The fair is especially important for the women and children.

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