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Chamunda Devi Temple - Kangra
Chamunda Devi is considered as one of the Shakti peethas, situated 10 km west of Palampur, on the Baner River.

Idol of mataji in the temple is believed so sacred that it is completely hidden under a red cloth. Here Lord shiva is present in the form of death, destruction & dead bodies along with Devi Chamunda. On either side of the Devi's image is Hanuman and Bhairo baba. According to legends it is thought to be sacred to take a bath in Ban Ganga. People offer prayers, worship and give offerings for their ancestors.

In the old days, people used to offer sacrifices to the goddess.
Hadimba Temple - Manali
Situated in Dhoongri, a village in Manali, Hadimba Temple is one of the ancient Temples in Himachal. the Hadimba Temple is correlated with the Mahabharata. Due to its location, the temple of Hadimba is also known as the Dhoongri temple.

The Hadimba Temple is constructed after Devi Hadimba, The wife of Bhim (second Pandav brother). The story of the Mahabharata says that Bhim killed Hadimba's brother Hadimb, a devil and married Hadimba in due course. After Hadimba's wedding to Bhim, she undertook a absolution and gave birth to a son known as Ghatochkach.
Laxmi Narayan Temple - Chamba
This temple is considered as the oldest as well as the biggest temple in Himachal Pradesh. Laxmi Narayan Temple complex are systematize from north to south and are addressed to either Shiva or Vishnu.

Some other temples of Radha Krishna, Shiva Temple of Chandergupta and Gauri Shankar Temple housed in the complex which together make it drastically attractive. It is constructed in the 10th century, the Laxmi Narayan Temple continued to be embellished by rajas.
Bhootnath Temple - Mandi
Bhootnath Temple is located in Mandi district in Himachal Pradesh. Bhootnath temple is constructed in Shikhara style of framework, dating back to the period of 1520. The controlling deity is Lord Shiva.

The idol of Nandi, the sacred bull stands facing the ornate double arch of the sanctuary. The overhang, cellar and mandap are incised with delicate figures of elephants. Shivratri is celebrated here with extremely large fanfare. Bhootnath Temple can be reached by bus from Mandi.
Naina Devi Temple - Bilaspur
Surrounded by Govind Sagar Lake and Bharka Dam, the Naina Devi temple at Bilaspur is about 15 kms from Ganguwal and about 18-km from Anandpur Sahib. Like most of the Indian Shaktipeethas in the country, the origin of this famous and one of the most revered shrines also dates back to the self-immolation of 'Sati.' Nanina Devi as the name suggests is believed to be the place where the eyes of Sati fell.

The erstwhile king of the region, King Bir Chand is said to have built the temple to commemorate the fall. But there is yet another legend too attached to the temple that is also related to the king.
Jawala Ji Temple - Dharamshala
Considered a miraculous temple as it emits perpetual flames, which are worshiped as the incarnations of the goddess. Baijnath Temple: It is a beautiful temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. 30 kms south of Kangra valley in the lap of Shivalik range and 56 kms from Dharamshala, the Jwalamukhi temple is dedicated to the "GODDESS OF LIGHT".

One of its own kinds of temples, there is no idol in it. An eternally burning and shining blue flame emanating from a rock sanctum is only worshipped here as a manifestation of the goddess.
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