Tempels in Dharamshala

Temples in Dharamshala

Temples in Dharamshala

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Temples in Dharamshala

Bhagsunag Temple, Dharamshala

Temple of god Shiva situated around 2 km from McLeodganj Bazaar. Constructed by 1 GR by around 1800 century and then worshipped majorly by 14 Gukha platoon villages in Dharamshala. Very next to Bhagsunag temple is a water fall, one of the major tourist attraction spot in Dharamshala.

Kunal Parthi Temple, Dharamshala

This temple is dedicated to Goddess Kalpeshwari, and is located 3 km from the Kotwali Bazaar. It’s a believed that a part of Goddess Sati, skull, fell here when Lord Shiva was carrying the charred body of the Goddess, and hence the name of the temple

Chamunda Temple, Dharamshala

This temple is located around 15 km from Dharamshala on the right bank of river Baner on the Mandi-Pathankot highway. According to mythology, Goddess Kali killed the demons Chand and Mund at this place.

Gallu Devi Temple

Gallu Devi Temple I went there in 2001. When you start from McLeodganj towards Dharamkot, you will locate a pleasant charming sight. Before long you will reach Dharamkot, which is an tremendously decent place to be. You cross Dharamkot and arrive at a stature of 2130 mts. also, wind up in an edge secured with high trees and slopes. A little safe haven of Gallu Devi Temple remains there. This is, where vehicles stop, and an passionate adventure of Triund begins. This time, we returned from Gallu Devi Temple, though I trust, that next time, I will reach Triund. Here are couple of pictures from this decent small place.

Dalai Lama Temple

Fully with Tibetan culture, the Dalai Lama Temple, also known as Tsuglakhang Temple, is a politico-religious centre in Dharamsala. Ideal for peaceful meditation and religious consideration, the temple is full of lamas at all points of the day chanting on prayer wheels or beads.