Chamunda Devi Temple
Just 15 km away from Dharamshala, Chamunda Devi Temple is one of
the most important places to visit in Chamba. Chamunda Devi Temple is an
important pilgrimage place for Hindus located on the banks of river Baner. The
temple is completely made up of wood and was built by Raja Umed Singh in 1762
and has a gabled roof, the only one in whole of Chamba.
The temple is also famously
known as Chamunda Nandikeshwar Dham and is believed to be the abode of Shiva
and Shakti. The main shrines in the temple are of Lord Hanuman and Lord
Previously, the devotees had to
climb around 378 steps to reach the temple, but now, the newly built road is an
easy way to reach the temple, which is 3 km from Chamba.