Entry Fee : Free
Timings : 6 am-12 pm, 4 pm-8 pm
Berinag, about 10 km from Chaukori, houses this temple dedicated to Sheshnag, the serpent with multitude heads, holding the Earth stable and also forms the bed of Lord Vishnu of the Hindu mythology, often incarnating with him for the wellbeing of mankind.
The Sheshnag Temple is said to have been constructed py the Pants (the Hindu Brahmins of Maharashtra), who found a lot of different colored snakes coiled up at a point and at the spot of this natural marvel and constructed this temple to behold the glory of the serpent god Sheshnagm who left his quarelling family, and observed a strict penance to achieve higher bliss. The temple, constructed in the 14th century, sees devotess who worship the lesser known Hindu deities.
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