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Baijnath Temple Kangra



Baijnath Temple

Himachal Pradesh is one of the most favorite tourist destinations places in India because it is home to scenic mountains, nature treks, greenery, monasteries, ancient temples, Tibetan culture, climbing, skiing area, and many more. Himachal Pradesh has a strong Tibetan influence which reflects in its Buddhist monasteries and temples under the host of Dalai Lama. In this post, we gave some enlightenment over one of the most beautiful places in Kangra district which is Baijnath temple which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva is worshiped as a “god of remedy”. Baijnath or Vaidyanath is an incarnation of the great Lord Shiva, and in this incarnation, the great Lord relieves his devotees from all sorrows and pains. You must read the full blog to know more and you can also reach out to previous blogs to know unknown hidden gem places of India.

In India, there are many unrevealed places that are full of majestic, mesmerizing by their architecture, and stories with detailing of execution yes I am not talking about monuments here I am considering Lord Shiva Baijnath temple which holds ultimate importance to all devotees that are contemplated to be extremely sacred. But if you want to differentiate between both architectures then first you must visit the golden triangle tour India packages in which you can cover all the major sightseeing of three essential world points Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. The interesting fact about this temple is the water from this temple is believed to have medicinal value and has the ability to cure many diseases and ailments. It attracts thousands of devotees every year from all over the world.

The temple was built in 1204 AD by two devotee native merchants, Manyuka and Ahuka. It is one of the very few temples in India where both Lord Shiva and the demon king Ravana are worshipped. The temple is located at a distance of 16km from Palampur. This time-honored temple is a place where one can find perfect peace and incomparable peace in the gentle caress of the Lord. According to the ancient scriptures of Hindu tradition, Lord Shiva established the 12 Jyotirlingas, which were pillars of pure light and unrestricted power, across the country as a challenge to Lord Vishnu and Lord Brahma; one of these 12 Jyotirlingas is located inside the famous Baijnath Temple. The ancient yet grand temple is situated in the backdrop of the Dhauladhar Himalayan range. Imagine, an ancient pastoral temple standing majestically against the vampire-white mountains. The sight of the peaks in the Himalayan range covered in ghostly mist as they pierce the sky evokes both wonder and satisfaction.

Best Time To Visit:

The temple is in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh so, you can visit in the months of pleasant weather conditions that is from September to June because, in the last two months May and June, the weather is quite clear and pretty with 22 degree Celsius. There is a timing of opening and closing of the temple like monuments tajmahal time which is from 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM without an entry fee. For more details about tour plans and want to make an itinerary then you can directly contact us on our prominent website where you will get complete information with some extra benefits.

How To Reach Baijnath Temple

There is no direct train from other major cities but the closest railway station is Amb Andaura which is about 65 km away if you will choose a road trip then buses are available from all major cities and the nearest bus stop is Baijnath from which the temple is just 4 minutes away. The nearest airport is Gaggal airport which is around 37km away. Intra-city transfers are mainly by motor rickshaws and by foot.

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