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The history and mythology of India is placed everywhere within the territory.  Passed every mile, A new story comes across with a strong belief depicting the empowerment of great mythological and historical individualities. One is definitely situated in the Manali city of Himachal Pradesh, the Hadimba Temple. It is dedicated to Hadimba Devi, a Hindu Goddess. The strong mythological story led people to drive immense faith to the creature. Apart from the divine bliss, you will love to scratch the Pagoda style architecture of Northern India.

Top attractions in Hadimba Temple

Rock-seat of Hadimba

While you are roaming and noticing each creation of the temple, you will eye the main sanctorum has a rock. That rock is not just a rock, people believe that this is the seat of Hidimba where she used to meditate.

Dedar-shaped top

Apart from the factual fun that drive you to explore, the tiny details of the architecture work makes fall in love with the creation. The deodar-shaped top will let you know how locals are involved into the nature of Himachal.

Things to do in Hadimba Temple

Ghatotkacha Shrine

After walking just a few miles, there is a Ghatotkacha Shrine dedicated to Ghatotkacha, a mythological figure who is the son of Hadimba. Amidst beautiful scenery, the shrine holds a mesmerizing view to hold the eyes.

Best time to visit Hadimba Temple

Of course! The temple holds the inviting bliss, but you want to explore the maximum, right? Then, choose the festival season. Dussehra festival that happens to celebrate in the months of October-November. here, you can feel the belief “from the core to the floor”. You will get to see the tradition “Ghor Puja”.

Also Read: This place in Bihar is a pilgrimage site for Buddhists and is a UNESCO world heritage site as well and is known to be the place where Gautama Buddha attained enlightenment

How to reach Hadimba Temple?

Situated in the Old Manali, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, the Hadimba Temple is well-connected to other regions of the state.

Air- If you are choosing the airways, then the nearest airport is Kullu-Manali Airport in Bhuntar.

Rail-  The nearest railway station is Joginder Nagar railway station. While you deboard at the station, there will be a hub of buses and taxis to take you to the temple.

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