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Lakshmi Narayan Temple
The Lakshmi Narayan Temple is
one of the oldest and largest temple in Chamba, which was built in around 11th
century by Raja Sahil Verma. The complex of Lakshmi Narayan temple has around
six temples in total, all dedicated to either Lord Shiva or Lord Vishnu. The
main idol of Lord Vishnu is made up of rare marble, which used to be found in
the mountains of Vindhyas.
Apart from the six main temples,
there are three more temples in the complex, namely Radha Krishna Temple, Gauri
Shankar Temple, and Shiva Temple of chandragupta.
While in Chamba, your trip will
be incomplete without visiting this great temple. The temple opens twice a day
and the timings include 6 AM to 12.30 PM and again from 2.30 PM to 8.30 PM and
the best season to visit the temple is from April to October.
If you’re looking for something out of
the blue to indulge in then head to Sadhupul Lake. This beautiful lake is the
perfect destination to spend your evening at for a romantic getaway or a family
outing. The cool breeze and sound of trickling water provides a very calm
The Sadhupul Lake is famous for it’s
restaurant on the lake where wooden tables and chairs are spaced across the
water body. You can dangle your legs in the water when it’s low and enjoy a
great meal. The chairs and tables are pulled back however when flow of the
river is high.
Best time to Visit:
The best time to visit Sadhupul Lake is in the monsoon seasons of July-August.
Sidh Baba Ka Mandir
A popular religious landmark in Chail, Sidh Baba Ka Mandir,
dedicated to the Hindu saint named Sidh Baba, is a revered religious site in
Chail. This shrine is located atop a hill, between Rajgarh and Pandhawa.
There are many legends associated
with the construction of this temple. According to one of these, Maharaja
Bhupinder Singh, the former king of Patiala planned and commenced the
construction of a palace at this spot. One day, Sidh Baba came in the king's
dreams and informed the king that this pot was where he used to meditate and
was eventually cremated, apparently stressing on the fact that this hill is
pious and can’t be used for residential purposes. Overcome by his dream, the
king built Sidh Baba Ka Mandir to honour of the saint.
A large number of devotees visit
the shrine that boasts a peaceful and tranquil ambience along with stunning
scenic surroundings, which is characterised by towering hills and lush green
Timings: 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM
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