Nearby Places & Tourists Attractions

Mahakal Shiv Temple 6km from Baijnath

Mahakal mandir is situated at Mahakal (Baijnath to Sarkaghat road). Its 13th century temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Kheer Ganga Ghat

Shree Khir Ganga Ghat situated at the back side of shiva temple baijnath and in the bank of river Binwa. A perfect place to sit and enjoy the music of nature. You could sit down and spend hours just seeing the beauty of Binwa river.

Bir Billing

Bir is a village located in the west of Joginder Nagar Valley in the state of Himachal Pradesh in northern India. Bir is a noted centre for ecotourism, spiritual studies, and meditation. Bir is also home to a Tibetan refugee settlement with several Buddhist monasteries and a large stupa.

Palpung Sherabling Monastery

Situated in the foothills of Kangra Valley is Palpung Sherabling Monastic Seat in Upper Bhattu region. A quiet walk through the pine forest with colourful Buddhist prayer flags on the sides of the road takes you to the gompa. The monastery has shrine halls, a monastic college, a school, a library, a museum, an exhibition hall and a dispensary, and all these are nestled deep inside the pine forest.

Mukutnath Temple

Mukut Nath Temple is Lord Shiva temple at Sansal (6 km from Baijnath). There is a oldest Tulsi plant at the temple. According to local peoples this place is the origin of Tulsi.

Siddhnath Temple

Sidhnath temple  is situated at Baijnath (Near Chobin Chowk ). Its 13th century temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Awahi Nag Temple

Awahi Nag is situated at Gankhetar near Baijnath (Manali – Pathankot Highway). This temple is dedicated to Nag Devta.

Chmunda Devi Temple

Chamudna Devi Temple is considered one of 51 Shakti Peethas of Hindu Goddess Mata Sati, so it is a Hindu Worship place.Temple located on the banks of Baner River. Distance from Baijnath to Chamunda Devi Temple is 36 km.

Pallikeshwar Mahadev Temple

Pallikeshawr Mahadev Temple is situated at Tashi Jong near Paprola. Distance from Baijnath Shiv Temple to Pallikeshwar Mahadev Temple is 5 km.

Ashapuri Temple

The temple was built by Pandavas and is located on a hill top. It is about 30 Kms from Baijnath and is accessible by road. It’s comes under those temples which was built by Pandavas when they visit Himachal Pradesh during their “Banbas” time period.

Shitla Mata Temple

Shitla Mata Temple  is situated at (Baijnath to Sarkaghat road). The distance from Baijnath Shiv Temple to Shitla Mata Temple is 2.5 km.

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