Temples

In Mandi District you will get thausands of old temples & new temples. People of Mandi proudly boast that while Benaras (Kashi) has 80 temples, Mandi has 81 temples in small Town itself. Mandi is known for its 81 old stone temples and is often called the 'Varanasi of Himachal". Mandi is also known as the 'Kashi of the Hills' or "Choti Kashi". The town has remains of old palaces and notable examples of 'colonial' architecture for temples. The temples of Bhutnath, Trilokinath, Panchvaktra and Shyamakali are among the more famous ones. The week long international Shivratri fair in Mandi is the major attraction of the area every year.

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Siddha Ganapati Temple is located at near regional hospital road, National Highway 70, Mandi, Himachal Pradesh....
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The Temple of Dev Mahunag is situated at the valley of karsog  which is in district Mandi, Himachal Pradesh. The temple is about 25 km away from main Karsog ma...
Triloki Nath Temple, Purani Mandi Town Himachal Pradesh
Ancient TrilokNath Temple is situated in Purani Mandi and is just appox 1km far from Main Mandi Bus stand. It is located at a corner of Bayas River....
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The Bhootnath ancient temple, located in the main street heart of the town was built by Raja Ajber Sen in 1527 AD....

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