Kacheri Overview

Kacheri owes its popularity to the age-old Mahamaya temple which attracts hoards of devotees every year. Kacheri falls on NH-22 at around 7 kilometres ahead of Narkanda. Kacheri is quite an unspoiled hamlet which just 500 meters walk from Oddi and is also an ideal location for hiking and picnic.

It encompasses Mahamaya temple which stands among the top places to visit in Narkanda and is highly worshipped by the devotees of Goddess Kali. Apart from the famous temple, Kacheri is also cherished for its luscious apple orchards and green vegetation.

Furthermore, Kacheri's allure extends beyond its natural and spiritual offerings. The quaint village is also renowned for its warm hospitality, with locals welcoming visitors with open arms and sharing tales of local folklore and traditions. Exploring the village streets unveils charming glimpses of rural life, where time seems to stand still amidst the tranquility of the mountains.

Additionally, the culinary delights of Kacheri are not to be missed on a Himachal Pradesh tour. Travelers can indulge in authentic Himachali cuisine, savoring local delicacies crafted from fresh produce sourced from the surrounding orchards and farms. Whether it's piping hot siddu or mouthwatering Himachali rajma, every dish is a culinary delight that tantalizes the taste buds and leaves a lasting impression.

As the sun sets over the rolling hills, casting a golden hue across the landscape, visitors can't help but feel a sense of gratitude for the opportunity to experience the enchanting beauty of Kacheri. Whether seeking spiritual solace, outdoor adventure, or simply a moment of serenity amidst nature, this hidden gem offers a sanctuary for the soul, inviting travelers to immerse themselves in the timeless charm of Himachal Pradesh.

Distance (from bus stand): 7 KM

Visit Duration: An hour maximum

Timings: 6 AM to 6 PM

Entry Fee: No entry cost.

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