About Gauri Shankar Temple
The specific style resembles a mountain. It means that the temple will look like the peaks of mountains. The temple has a dome shape at the top while the bottom part of the temple is in a square shape. The shikhara of this temple is simple and have nine stories which are decorated with ornamentations and ardharatna motifs. The temple is famous for its stone carvings. The idols of Shankar and Gauri are placed on a pedestal and are seated over Nandi. Both the parent god and goddess hold their son Kartik and Ganesh while being seated under a silver canopy clad with gold jewelry.
The garbagriha of the temple is decorated with the amazing carvings of Lord Ganesh, people playing musical instruments and some dancing statues. The temple is surrounded by beautiful greenery. It was renovated by Seth Jaipura in the year 1959.
Location: Naggar Village, Kullu, India
Distance from Kullu Bus Stand to Gauri Shankar Temple: The distance from Kullu Bus Stand to Gauri Shankar Temple is 22 km.
Timings: 8 AM to 7 PM.
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