Protector ,Powerful Devta worshiped by people in Arki region,Gan devta (shiv gan) in arki, himachal Pradesh, India (kuldevta of Chandel, rajputs)

Sankat Mochan Temple

Shikari Devi temple in Himachal Pradesh at a distance of 16 k.m. from Jhinjheli village in district Mandi

The devotees of the temple tried to construct the temple roof but could not succeed in their endeavour.The goddess then instructed the Brahmin of the temple not to allow any person to construct the roof of the temple.

The roofless temple of Shikari Devi has the idols of Goddess Durga sitting on a lion,Goddess Kali, 64 yogini and demi hero (Kamarunag Devta). There are some other images of local gods sitting behind the image of Goddess Durga in this temple premises. Goddess Durga in this area is popularly known as “Shikari Devi”.

Jai mata di

JAI BABE DI Baba Balak Nath Ji is a Hindu deity worshipped in the northern Indian states of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh. His shrine is known as "Deotsidh". Baba Balak Nath ji's Temple is situated at the village of Chakmoh in the district hamirpur

Mata temple At Sanjoli,shimla

Koyla mata temple is situated near Rajgarh , the Koyla mata temple is surrounded with green hills. It is one of the most revered places of worship in Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh.It is one of the most revered places of worship in India.The Koyla mata Temple is at an latitude(31.70916) ,logngitude (76.78391) and altitude of 1500 mtr and a distance of approximately 20 km from Sunder Nagar.

Approximately thousands of pilgrims[yatris] visit the temple every year.

Jai ma Chamunda

Jai dhingu mata

         Jai Shani dev

CHAMUNDA DEVI TEMPLE : The temple, dedicated to the wrathful form of Goddess Durga, is situated atop the Shah Madar hill. A small temple dedicated to Lord Shiva also stands right behind the main Chamunda temple. Infront of the temple, there are two old peepul tree standing on a platform. These trees have been providing shelter to the incoming visitors for long. Moreover, from this platform, you can also catch fantastic views of other temples and landmarks of the town.The most important thing is the footprints of goddess Chamunda Devi  can see in this temple. This temple is placed in the hilltop. Here the devotees offers the little brass bell to fulfill their blessings. The roof of the mandapa is divided into nine squares. It contains beautiful wooden sculptures. The entire roof was designed with floral designs. In the entrance of the Mandapa a huge brass bell is fixed . This temple is protected as a monument of National Importance.

Currently, the temple is under the protection of the Archaeological Survey of India. The temple is an ideal picnic spot throughout the year because it has an easy approach and a commanding view. This temple can be approached by road from Chamba (3 kms). It lies on the right hand side of the Chamba-Jhamwar road.

Shani Dev temple is very famous temple in Distt-Hamipur. Many visitors come there to fulfill their wishes.
Shani Dev Temple has a very big statue of Shani Dev. Shani Dev is one of the Navagraha which are the nine primary Celestial beings in Hindu Astrology. Shani Dev Mandir Lambloo-Shani Dev temple is located Sarlin road near Lambloo,village Sarlin ,PO chamned,district and Teh Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh.

Tara Devi Temple, located in Shimla is a very famous tourist attraction of this place. Situated at a distance of around 11 kilometers from Shimla, this famous temple can be visited while traveling on the Kalka - Shimla National Highway. The Tara Devi Temple is situated at the top of a hill in Simla and the lush green environs surrounding it give the temple a very peaceful and tranquil atmosphere. One must visit this temple to check out the breath taking views of the countryside. The backdrop of the lofty Himalayas and the clean and fresh air works wonders and makes your vacation worthwhile.

The origin of this temple can be traced back to around 250 years. It is said Goddess Tara was brought all the way from West Bengal to Himachal Pradesh. A King from the Sen dynasty visited this place after some years. He had brought along a small gold locket in which his an idol of his deity was encased in gold. He always wore this locket in his upper arm. The idol remained encased in that locket for many generations to come. One fine day, Raja Bhupendra Sen (of the 96th generation) had an unusual incident. While hunting in a dense forest, he had a vision of Goddess Tara along with Hanuman, who desired that she should be available for the public to pray and seek blessings.

Immediately, the Maharaja donated a big piece of land to build a temple dedicated to Goddess Tara. Thus, a temple was built and a wooden idol of the Goddess was installed for people to worship. After some more generations, Raja Balbir Sen had a vision in which the Goddess had wished that she be installed at the top of a hill known as Tarav Parvat. The Maharaja got a temple built at the top of the hill and got a beautiful idol made out of "Ashtadhatu", a rare combination of eight elements. He got it installed in a grand fashion by taking out a huge procession and carrying the idol on the top of an elephant named Shankar. The temple stands in its entire splendor even today on this hilltop.

Jai Gan devta

Jai Tauni devi

A 250 year old shrine, Awah Devi Temple is situated 24kms from Hamirpur town. This sacred temple is perched upon a hill that is considered the highest point of Hamirpur. The spectacular backdrop further enhances the beauty of this place. Jalpa Devi is worshipped by a few locals as Kul Devi (Clan's Deity). Also, a large number of Hindu devotees throng the temple in order to seek the blessing of the goddess and to get their wishes fulfilled.

History The legend has it that the people from Mandi district carried the idol of Jalpa Devi to place it in their region. While they were heading back to Mandi with the statue; they turned blind and when they started to return back to the place where the idol was first placed, their vision returned. Thus, the people were compelled to place the idol of the goddess back where it was.

Chaurasi Temples

Shri Baba Nahar Singh Temple is a famous Hindu temple. Shri Baba Nahar Singh Temple is addressed at Dholra. Shri Baba Temple is famous at Bilaspur and also it is famous in all over Himachal Pradesh. It is the beautiful temple of Bilaspur, which located on the bank of the 'Gobind Sagar Lake'. Shri Baba Nagar Singh is beleived an incarnation of God. Shri Baba Nahar Singh is also known as ‘Bajia’, ‘Peepal Wala’,and ‘Dalian Wala’.Baba ji is known as apparent god. Shri Bajia is the another name of Baba Nahar Singh. Shri Baba Nahar Singh was the guarantor god of Naggar. Shri Baba Nahar Singh temple is also called the Dholra Temple.

According to the legend,When King Deep Chand of Bilaspur married a queen of Kullu, who revered the Baba Nahar Singh. After sometime,the queen fell unwell and continued to suffer from spells of  senselessness. At the time of going 'Barat' the 'Palki' of the Queen is not pick up by the people. The reason is that, Shri Baba Nahar Singh wants to go with the queen. Thus, Raja Deep Chand built Shri Baba Nahar Singh Temple at Dholra and placed his 'Kharaun' (Wooden Slipper) in the temple, as his symbol.So the temple is called Dholra temple.

Shri Baba Nahar Singh fullfills the ambtions of devotees. Fairs are organized here every Tuesday, in the Hindu month of Jeth (May - June), in the honor of the deity. 


for peace

Jai baba nahar singh

Chamba is a beautiful place in Himachal Pradesh which is embellished with many pristine and scenic views, historic buildings and places of religious importance. There are many temples in Chamba district, which have their own religious importance and beauty. One of these amazing temples is the Chaurasi Temple which is located in Bharmour. The ancient capital of Chamba district, Bharmour’s ancient name was Brahmpura. Located at a distance of 59.4 Km from main Chamba, Bharmour is located at a height of 7000 ft. in the Bodhi valley.

The Chaurasi temple is a house for 84 temples and Dharmeshvar Mahadev (Dharamraj) temple is one of them. This temple, also known as dhai paudi, is located at the northern corner of the temple which is made up of stone and wood and the roof is made up of slate. According to the folklore’s, it is said that after death every soul has to make a visit here for the final hearing of the deeds done in their life. After looking through the records of one’s life which is kept in a chronicle by Chitragupt, Dharamraj decides if the soul will go to heaven or hell.

Chaurasi Temple is amid in the centermost of Bharmour town and it holds immense religious significant because of temples built around 1400 years ago. Life of humans in Bharmour centers around the temple complex-Chaurasi, called so because of 84 shrines built in the distance of Chaurasi Temple. Chaurasi is Hindi word for number eighty four. The admirable shikhara appearance temple of Manimahesh occupies the centermost of the complex.

It is believed that if 84 Siddhas, who had appear from kurukshetra, were casual through Bharmour to visit Manimahesh, they fell in love with the calmness of Bharmour and lodged to meditate here. Chaurasi Temple Circuitous was built about in 7th century, although repairs of abounding temples have been carried out in after period.

There is another myth associated with Chaurasi temple complex.

It is believed that very soon after Sahil Varman’s accretion of Brahampura (ancient name of Bharmour), 84 yogis visited this place. They were abundantly pleased with the King’s hospitality. As King had no heir, Yogis promised him ten son’s. Thus they were requested by the King to stay back in Brahampura till the anticipation of Yogis was fulfilled.

In due course of time the King was blessed with ten sons and a daughter. Daughter was called Champavati and because of affection of Champavati new capital Chamba was established. It is believed that Chaurasi temple complex in Bharmour was present at birth to honor these 84 Yogis and called Chaurasi afterwards them.

Jai Awah devi


the earth

.Shri Naina Devi Ji is one of the most notable places of worship in Himachal Pradesh. Located in Distt Bilaspur, it is one of the 51 Shaktipeeths where limbs of Sati fell on Earth. This holy place witnesses the huge crowd of pilgrims and devotees round the year and especially during Shravan Ashtami and in the Navratras of Chaitra & Ashwin.

Special fair is organized during Chaitra, Shravan and Ashwin Navrati, which attracts millions of visitors from Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and other corners of the country.

Jai ma TARA

             ॐ नमः शिवाय
      जय माँ शक्ति जय माँ दुर्गा
         जय माँ शिकारी देवी
     जय माँ चामुंडा  महामाया
       जय माँ काली भद्रकाली
     जय माँ वनदुर्गा बनिया देवी
            जय माँ  ज्वाला 
          जय माँ चिन्तपुर्णीदेवी
          जय बाबा बालक नाथ
              जय गण देवता
         जय श्री शिर्डी साई बाबा
            जय माँ  बगलामुखी

               जय श्री हनुमान

        Jai Shri Dhingu mata

              जय माँ कोयला

             Jai Bhavani

            Jai ma TARA


Jai Shikari devi

Mata JwalaJi is one amongst the major Maa Bhagwati Temples and Shaktipeeth Temples in the world. It is considered amongst the 7 major of the 51 Shaktipeeths of Maa Sati and also a part of Nau Devi Darshan in North India. This is the place where Maa Sati's Tongue had fallen. In Sanskrit Jwala means flames and Jwalamukhi is the set of flames burning off natural gas.The Jyotis in Maa Jwalaji Temple are constantly running over past decades.This is reason of Maa Jwalaji being refered to as Mata Jvala Ji and Mata Jwala Mukhi Ji. and This place is also referred as Maa Dhuma Devi's sthan (Jwalaji, Tehsil: Dehra Gopipur, District Kangra, Himachal Pradesh)

Jai Naina Devi

Mata JwalaJi is one amongst the major Maa Bhagwati Temples and Shaktipeeth Temples in the world. It is considered amongst the 7 major of the 51 Shaktipeeths of Maa Sati and also a part of Nau Devi Darshan in North India. This is the place where Maa Sati's Tongue had fallen. In Sanskrit Jwala means flames and Jwalamukhi is the set of flames burning off natural gas.The Jyotis in Maa Jwalaji Temple are constantly running over past decades.This is reason of Maa Jwalaji being refered to as Mata Jvala Ji and Mata Jwala Mukhi Ji. and This place is also referred as Maa Dhuma Devi's sthan (Jwalaji, Tehsil: Dehra Gopipur, District Kangra, Himachal Pradesh)

Sankat Mochan temple is situated  in TaraDevi on Kalka-Shimla highway. The temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman and was commissioned by Baba Neem Karoli

Sankat Mochan Temple Story :

Around 1950’s, Baba Neeb Karori Ji Maharaj came to this beautiful place and discovered the perfect spot for meditation and soulful introspection. After staying here for 10 days, he desired that a temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman should be built here. Baba’s faithful devotees included the governor of Himachal Pradesh, who along with Bhagvan Sahai took up the task of building the temple and fulfilling their Guru’s wish.

Finally, on the 21st of June 1966, the temple was sanctified and thus was fulfilled Baba Neeb Karori Ji Maharaj’s desire of having a temple built over here that was dedicated to Lord Hanuman. It was a small temple back then, but now, due to the huge inflow of devotees, the temple has grown by leaps and bounds and today sprawls on huge area. The temple is dedicated mainly to Lord Hanuman, though one finds idols of Lord Rama, Shiva and Ganesha in separate complexes. There is a specially made temple for Baba Neeb Karori Ji Maharaj also. The temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha has been built in the South Indian style of architecture and is worth the visit.

The temple has many facilities for people and also includes a three-storey building that is used for many purposes. Every Sunday, the huge hall in the building is used for distributing Prasad, also known as Langar. One portion of the building is used to conduct marriage ceremonies and is rented out to people who want to conduct marriages. The temple charges a very nominal fee for this. Apart from marriages, there are many other sacred rituals and ceremonies that can be conducted over here. Priests and the maintainance staff, who work here day and night, use the rest of the building as a residential complex. The temple also has an Ayurvedic clinic and thirty well maintained toilets.


those in need

Jai ma Baglamukhi

Jai Baba balaknath

Jai Maa Bhangayani

Bhagyani Mata Temple Haripurdhar Sirmaur Hp, Solan  

Maa Bhangayani is a God sister of Shirgul Maharaj. Maa Bhangayani is a most powerful Devi in Sirmour. Shirguls Mahadev's tales of bravery recounts that when he went to Delhi, with his huge manforce, the people of delhi were enthralled to see his vastness & majesty. Frightened of Shirgul Mahadev's spiritual powers, Mughal emperor of that time, imprisoned him by limiting hi powers by leather shackles. To free from the prison, the king of Bagad, Guga peer, was welped by Maa Bhagyani, working as a maid in the prison. It was due to Mata's help that Shirgul Mahadev could be freed from the confinement of Mughal emperors. In Delhi Maa Bhangayni is also know as Delhi Devi.
Thousands of devotees pay a regular visit to Maa Bhangayni temple to pray for their well being and prosperity. One who visits the place with true devotion, never comes back without getting Maa Bhangayni's Blessings.

Dedicated to Goddess Tauni, who is believed to be the sister of Goddess Durga, Tauni Devi Temple is situated on Hamirpur-Awa Devi Road. The temple is at a distance of 12kms from Hamirpur. It is a 200 years old temple and revered highly by the local people of the district. An annual fair takes place in the temple during the month of Ashran (June-July), which is attended by a large number of devotees from all over the state.

Jai Jwala devi

Aryan blood

Jai ma Chamunda mahamaya

Maa Baniya Devi temple is Sidh Shaktipeeth and dedicated to the Goddess Maa Dasbhuja Maha Kali. (kuldevi of Chandel, rajputs)
The temple is located at place Bakhalag, on Arki-Bhararighat Road and the distance from Arki to Baniyadevi temple is 10kms. A 1km link road from Didu Station (1 km ahead from bakhalag towards Bhararighat) connected the temple with the main road. The temple lies in dense forest so the temple also known as Van Durga or Maa Baniya Devi in locals. Baniya Devi mandir is very famous and has numerous devotees thronging it on many religious occasions, throughout the year. Small red flags decorate the temple then, and women outnumber men among the devotees. Folklore is replete with tales of the Baniyadevi temple, so much so that one does not know where legend ends and history begins.

The temple is believed to be founded by Pandit Mai Das, a Saraswat Brahman. He established this shrine of Mata Chintpurni in Chhaproh village twenty-six generations ago. Over time this place became known as Chintpurni after the eponymous deity. The descendants of the Brahmin still live in Chintpurni and perform prayers at the Chintpurni temple.

In Hinduism, Chamunda or Camunda is an aspect of Devi, the supreme mother goddess. The name is a combination of Chanda and Munda, two monsters which Devi killed.

The famous temple of Ma Chamunda is in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is around 10 km west of Palampur, on the Baner river. Around 400 years ago the king and a Brahmin priest prayed to Devi for permission to move the temple to some easily accessible location. Devi appeared to the priest in a dream giving her consent. She directed him to dig in a certain spot and an ancient idol would be found and that idol should be installed in the temple and worshipped as Her form.The king sent out men to bring the idol. Although they were able to locate it but were not able to lift it. Again Devi appeared to the priest in a dream. She explained that the men could not lift the holy relic because they considered it an ordinary stone. She instructed him to get up early in the morning, take a bath, wear fresh clothes and go to the place in a respectful manner. He did as he was told and found that he could easily lift what a large group of men could not. He told the people that it was the power of the Goddess that brought the idol to the temple.

The Devi's image is flanked by the images of Hanuman and Bhairo on either side.

Kali Bari Temple is located in Shimla, the capital city of Himachal Pradesh. One of the most renowned places for worship in Northern India, it was built way back in 1845. This holy shrine is dedicated to Goddess Shyamala, a fearless incarnation of Godess Kali.

A blue wooden idol of Goddess Shyamala at an original altar was installed by some Bengali devotees who wanted to establish the abode of Goddess Kali in the beautiful precincts of Himachal Pradesh. The Goddess is worshipped in its various forms within this temple’s premises. The chief incarnations here are of Bhadrakali, Cchinnamasta, Rudrarani, Tara, Chamunda, Durga, Himavati, Kumari Sati, Kamakshya, Meenakshi and Uma.

Jai koyla mata

It is one of the ancient baglamukhi temple situated in Bankhandi (Himachal Pradesh India).

Baglamukhi or Bagala (Devnagari: बगलामुखी) is one of the ten mahavidyas (great wisdom goddesses) in Hinduism. Baglamukhi Devi smashes the devotee's misconceptions and delusions (or the devotee's enemies) with her cudgel. She is also known as Pitambara Maa in North India.
Baglamukhi is one of the ten forms of the wisdom goddesses, symbolising the potent female primeval force.