Masroor Rock Cut Temple Overview

Also heavily damaged in the 1905 earthquake, this 8th-century temple has still kept its flag bearing in the places to visit in Kangra. These ones of a kind cave temples of North India houses deities of Ram, Laxman, and Sita in the main temple hall. A lot about this place resembles the Ajanta and Ellora Caves in Maharashtra. Once you reach the top, look back to find the most mesmeric view of the Dhaulandhar range that guards the rest of the town.

Masroor secures 15 colossal rock-cut temples, each as striking as the other. This archaeological site has been styled in the Indo-Aryan manner depicting the mindset of the Vedic Period. Devotees who visit this temple believe that taking a dip in the tank that is present in the temple helps wipe off their sins.

Himachal Pradesh travel packages offer a chance to visit the Masroor Rock Cut Temple, a fascinating ancient site in Kangra. Despite being damaged by an earthquake long ago, it's still a top spot to visit.

Imagine huge temples carved right into the rock! Masroor has 15 of them, each as impressive as the next. People believe that taking a dip in the temple's water can wash away their sins.

The temple looks like it's from a very old time called the Vedic Period. It's a bit like traveling back in time! Plus, from the top, you can see a stunning view of the Dhaulandhar mountains.

Including a visit to Masroor Rock Cut Temple in your Himachal Pradesh travel package promises a memorable adventure exploring ancient history and enjoying breathtaking views.

Where Exactly: Nagrota- Surian Link Road.

Drop By: 6 am to 6 pm.

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