Travelling Camera stopped at Shiva Temple in Baijnath while moving towards Billing for Paragliding

Baijnath is a small town which comes on the way from Palampur to Billing. We stopped at Baijnath for some snacks and also visited Shiva Temple here... 

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Travelling Camera stopped at Shiva Temple in Baijnath while moving towards Billing for Paragliding: POSTED BY VJ SHARMA AT WWW.TRAVELLINGCAMERA.COM : Baijnath is a small town which comes on the way from Palampur to Billing. We stopped at Baijnath for some snacks and also visited Shiva Temple here...Here is the next series of Photographs from Road Journey in Himachal Pradesh. Check out PART-1, PART-2, PART-3, PART-4, PART-5, PART-6, PART-7 and PART-8 of this journey before proceeding further... The very main attraction of Baijnath, a small town in Kangra District, is an ancient temple of Shiva. It is believed that during the Treta-Yuga, Ravana in order to have invincible powers worshiped Lord Shiva in the Kailash. In the same process, to please the almighty he offered his ten heads in the havan kund. Influenced by this extra ordinary deed of the Ravana, the Lord Shiva not only restored his heads but also bestowed him with powers of invincibility and immortality. There is a website about this templae with more details.. So just check out @ http://www.baijnathtemple.com/Here is a view of Shiva Temple at Baijnath from a lush green park on the bank on a small water body called 'khadd' in local language of Himachal Pradesh...This is a shot taken on the way when we were heading back towards Palampur from Baijnath...
 The very main attraction of Baijnath, a small town in Kangra District, is an ancient temple of Shiva. It is believed that during the Treta-Yuga, Ravana in order to have invincible powers worshiped Lord Shiva in the Kailash. In the same process, to please the almighty he offered his ten heads in the havan kund. Influenced by this extra ordinary deed of the Ravana, the Lord Shiva not only restored his heads but also bestowed him with powers of invincibility and immortality. 

There is a website about this templae with more details.. So just check out @ http://www.baijnathtemple.com/

Travelling Camera stopped at Shiva Temple in Baijnath while moving towards Billing for Paragliding: POSTED BY VJ SHARMA AT WWW.TRAVELLINGCAMERA.COM : Baijnath is a small town which comes on the way from Palampur to Billing. We stopped at Baijnath for some snacks and also visited Shiva Temple here...Here is the next series of Photographs from Road Journey in Himachal Pradesh. Check out PART-1, PART-2, PART-3, PART-4, PART-5, PART-6, PART-7 and PART-8 of this journey before proceeding further... The very main attraction of Baijnath, a small town in Kangra District, is an ancient temple of Shiva. It is believed that during the Treta-Yuga, Ravana in order to have invincible powers worshiped Lord Shiva in the Kailash. In the same process, to please the almighty he offered his ten heads in the havan kund. Influenced by this extra ordinary deed of the Ravana, the Lord Shiva not only restored his heads but also bestowed him with powers of invincibility and immortality. There is a website about this templae with more details.. So just check out @ http://www.baijnathtemple.com/Here is a view of Shiva Temple at Baijnath from a lush green park on the bank on a small water body called 'khadd' in local language of Himachal Pradesh...This is a shot taken on the way when we were heading back towards Palampur from Baijnath... 
Here is a view of Shiva Temple at Baijnath from a lush green park on the bank on a small water body called 'khadd' in local language of Himachal Pradesh...

Travelling Camera stopped at Shiva Temple in Baijnath while moving towards Billing for Paragliding: POSTED BY VJ SHARMA AT WWW.TRAVELLINGCAMERA.COM : Baijnath is a small town which comes on the way from Palampur to Billing. We stopped at Baijnath for some snacks and also visited Shiva Temple here...Here is the next series of Photographs from Road Journey in Himachal Pradesh. Check out PART-1, PART-2, PART-3, PART-4, PART-5, PART-6, PART-7 and PART-8 of this journey before proceeding further... The very main attraction of Baijnath, a small town in Kangra District, is an ancient temple of Shiva. It is believed that during the Treta-Yuga, Ravana in order to have invincible powers worshiped Lord Shiva in the Kailash. In the same process, to please the almighty he offered his ten heads in the havan kund. Influenced by this extra ordinary deed of the Ravana, the Lord Shiva not only restored his heads but also bestowed him with powers of invincibility and immortality. There is a website about this templae with more details.. So just check out @ http://www.baijnathtemple.com/Here is a view of Shiva Temple at Baijnath from a lush green park on the bank on a small water body called 'khadd' in local language of Himachal Pradesh...This is a shot taken on the way when we were heading back towards Palampur from Baijnath... 

This is a shot taken on the way when we were heading back towards Palampur from Baijnath...

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