Entry Fee : Free
Timings : Winters
The temples in all of Chaukori, are a live symbol of the dedication that great men placed in the leading deities of the area, chiefly Lord Shiva. This temple was constructed by one of the Pandava brothers, who was known throughout India for his impeccable archery, Arjuna.
The Pandavas, while on their journey to the Himalayas as their final spiritual abode, constructed many temples and set up holy shrines as a form of homage to the Hindu deities for their willing support to the Pandavas. The temple is situated on a hill at a height of about 6000 feet, and needless to say, you need to be wearing your most confortable pair of shoes to complete the trek to this temple.
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