Masrur, Himachal Pradesh
The stunning archaeological site can be found on the route that connects Nagrota Surian and Lunj towns, situated approximately 32 kilometers to the west of Kangra and 47 kilometers from Dharamshala.
The presence of the Lord Shiva statue at the entrance indicates that the temple was originally devoted to Mahadeva.
It is believed that the Pandavas of Mahabharata lived here during their exile period and built the temple.
The temple is made up of the natural sandstone rock and is an adaptation of the North Indian Nagara style.
The temple complex is facing the mighty Dhauladhar Mountain Range in the North-East direction. The idols of Lord Rama, Sita, and Lakshamana, are kept inside the main shrine and are worshipped by the people.
The majestic beauty of the temple is a famous attraction for tourists, archeologists, and history lovers.