Timings : Sunrise - Sunset
Time Required : 1 - 2 hrs
Entry Fee : No Entry Fee
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Located in the Saho district in Chamba, Sui Mata Temple was built by King Varman in the memory of his wife Queen Sui who sacrificed her life for her people. Situated on top of the Shah Darbar Hill, the shrine provides a spectacular bird’s eye view of the tiny township below. The temple complex has been divided into three parts which includes the main temple, a channel and a memorial dedicated to Rani Sui Mata. Considered as an epitome of sacrifice, Sui Mata Temple can be reached by alighting a flight of stairs paved along a pathway from the bottom of the base. The interiors have been tastefully done in beautiful paintings depicting the life and times of Sui Mata.
The temple is a local place of worship and is the most crowded at the time of the annual fair which is held in the months of April and May. Little girls and women dress up extravagantly to pay their homage to the sacrifice of Queen Sui. The festival is celebrated with a lot of fervour and zeal.
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