Fresh snowfall on the trek to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh || A PHOTO JOURNEY by Ashutosh Thakur

It was Jan end when one of my friend planned a family outing to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh. One needs to trek through villages and forests to reach the temple on top of a hill ! Kamrunag Lake, situated 9100 feet above in Mandi district... Here are few photographs by Ashutosh from his last trip and snow-fall made the trip more interesting.. Check out !!!

Fresh snowfall on the trek to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi Districtof Himachal Pradesh : Posted by VJ SHARMA on behalf of Ashutosh Thakur on www.travellingcamera.com : It was Jan end when one of my friend planned a family outing to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh. One needs to trek through villages and forests to reach the temple on top of a hill ! Kamrunag Lake, situated 9100 feet above in Mandi district... Here are few photographs by Ashutosh from his last trip and snow-fall made the trip more interesting.. Check out !!!There is a small lake in front of Kamrunaag temple which was frozen during the time Ashutosh visited the place...Another wonderful photograph of frozen lake in front of Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh ! Kamrunag is well known Lord Of Rain in Mandi district of  Himachal Pradesh and people visit thisevery year on SAZA (First Day Of Month as per Local calendar) of June and July. June & July are best months to visit this holly place. However one can visit it up-to November before having snowfall and cold there... and of course, people who love snowfall and adventure try to visit it during winters !!!Here you see Kamaru-Naag Temple on the left side of the frozen lake in front of it.. Normally folks throw some coins into the lake to prey something for future and sometimes commit to come back when their wish come true !Ashutosh, who shared all these photographs on PHOTO JOURNEY !!! Thanks Ashu !'Shradhalu' walking bare feet on snow to reach Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi.. This temple has a great importance and many folks from various parts of Himachal and outside come here... and for last few years, people have been visiting the place for adventure and most of them like it... Hope that the area around this place remains clean as it is today...A typical Himachali styled house on the way to Kamaru-nag...Kamru Nag is in Mandi  district and if one starts from Mandi town, Sundernagar would be the next place at a distance of about 24 Kms. And from there Karsog road needs to be followed. The trek would start from Rohanda that is about 50 Kms from Sundernagar. During the trek from Rohanda to kamru Nag, one can have amazing panoramic views of the valley. Being a very famous tourist attraction, the lake in front of this temple is also of religious importance as the Kamrunag Temple is situated on the banks of the lake and the Kamrunag religious fair is held every year around this lake...Kamaru Nag Temple with a beautiful lake in front of it is situated on a hill-top with wonderful views of surroundings...Lovely view of Kamru Nag Lake in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh !!! Snowfall has made it more beautiful... Imagine the same place in autumn colors...Thousands of devotees visit  the historical temple of Kamrunag, situated on a hilltop at a height of 9000 feet on the bank of Kamrunag Lake, on the occasion of Kamrunag fair...



There is a small lake in front of Kamrunaag temple which was frozen during the time Ashutosh visited the place...

Fresh snowfall on the trek to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi Districtof Himachal Pradesh : Posted by VJ SHARMA on behalf of Ashutosh Thakur on www.travellingcamera.com : It was Jan end when one of my friend planned a family outing to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh. One needs to trek through villages and forests to reach the temple on top of a hill ! Kamrunag Lake, situated 9100 feet above in Mandi district... Here are few photographs by Ashutosh from his last trip and snow-fall made the trip more interesting.. Check out !!!There is a small lake in front of Kamrunaag temple which was frozen during the time Ashutosh visited the place...Another wonderful photograph of frozen lake in front of Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh ! Kamrunag is well known Lord Of Rain in Mandi district of  Himachal Pradesh and people visit thisevery year on SAZA (First Day Of Month as per Local calendar) of June and July. June & July are best months to visit this holly place. However one can visit it up-to November before having snowfall and cold there... and of course, people who love snowfall and adventure try to visit it during winters !!!Here you see Kamaru-Naag Temple on the left side of the frozen lake in front of it.. Normally folks throw some coins into the lake to prey something for future and sometimes commit to come back when their wish come true !Ashutosh, who shared all these photographs on PHOTO JOURNEY !!! Thanks Ashu !'Shradhalu' walking bare feet on snow to reach Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi.. This temple has a great importance and many folks from various parts of Himachal and outside come here... and for last few years, people have been visiting the place for adventure and most of them like it... Hope that the area around this place remains clean as it is today...A typical Himachali styled house on the way to Kamaru-nag...Kamru Nag is in Mandi  district and if one starts from Mandi town, Sundernagar would be the next place at a distance of about 24 Kms. And from there Karsog road needs to be followed. The trek would start from Rohanda that is about 50 Kms from Sundernagar. During the trek from Rohanda to kamru Nag, one can have amazing panoramic views of the valley. Being a very famous tourist attraction, the lake in front of this temple is also of religious importance as the Kamrunag Temple is situated on the banks of the lake and the Kamrunag religious fair is held every year around this lake...Kamaru Nag Temple with a beautiful lake in front of it is situated on a hill-top with wonderful views of surroundings...Lovely view of Kamru Nag Lake in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh !!! Snowfall has made it more beautiful... Imagine the same place in autumn colors...Thousands of devotees visit  the historical temple of Kamrunag, situated on a hilltop at a height of 9000 feet on the bank of Kamrunag Lake, on the occasion of Kamrunag fair...


Another wonderful photograph of frozen lake in front of Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh !




Kamrunag is well known Lord Of Rain in Mandi district of  Himachal Pradesh and people visit this
every year on SAZA (First Day Of Month as per Local calendar) of June and July. June & July are best months to visit this holly place. However one can visit it up-to November before having snowfall and cold there... and of course, people who love snowfall and adventure try to visit it during winters !!!

Fresh snowfall on the trek to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi Districtof Himachal Pradesh : Posted by VJ SHARMA on behalf of Ashutosh Thakur on www.travellingcamera.com : It was Jan end when one of my friend planned a family outing to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh. One needs to trek through villages and forests to reach the temple on top of a hill ! Kamrunag Lake, situated 9100 feet above in Mandi district... Here are few photographs by Ashutosh from his last trip and snow-fall made the trip more interesting.. Check out !!!There is a small lake in front of Kamrunaag temple which was frozen during the time Ashutosh visited the place...Another wonderful photograph of frozen lake in front of Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh ! Kamrunag is well known Lord Of Rain in Mandi district of  Himachal Pradesh and people visit thisevery year on SAZA (First Day Of Month as per Local calendar) of June and July. June & July are best months to visit this holly place. However one can visit it up-to November before having snowfall and cold there... and of course, people who love snowfall and adventure try to visit it during winters !!!Here you see Kamaru-Naag Temple on the left side of the frozen lake in front of it.. Normally folks throw some coins into the lake to prey something for future and sometimes commit to come back when their wish come true !Ashutosh, who shared all these photographs on PHOTO JOURNEY !!! Thanks Ashu !'Shradhalu' walking bare feet on snow to reach Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi.. This temple has a great importance and many folks from various parts of Himachal and outside come here... and for last few years, people have been visiting the place for adventure and most of them like it... Hope that the area around this place remains clean as it is today...A typical Himachali styled house on the way to Kamaru-nag...Kamru Nag is in Mandi  district and if one starts from Mandi town, Sundernagar would be the next place at a distance of about 24 Kms. And from there Karsog road needs to be followed. The trek would start from Rohanda that is about 50 Kms from Sundernagar. During the trek from Rohanda to kamru Nag, one can have amazing panoramic views of the valley. Being a very famous tourist attraction, the lake in front of this temple is also of religious importance as the Kamrunag Temple is situated on the banks of the lake and the Kamrunag religious fair is held every year around this lake...Kamaru Nag Temple with a beautiful lake in front of it is situated on a hill-top with wonderful views of surroundings...Lovely view of Kamru Nag Lake in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh !!! Snowfall has made it more beautiful... Imagine the same place in autumn colors...Thousands of devotees visit  the historical temple of Kamrunag, situated on a hilltop at a height of 9000 feet on the bank of Kamrunag Lake, on the occasion of Kamrunag fair...


Here you see Kamaru-Naag Temple on the left side of the frozen lake in front of it.. Normally folks throw gold into the lake to prey something for future and sometimes commit to come back when their wish come true !

Fresh snowfall on the trek to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi Districtof Himachal Pradesh : Posted by VJ SHARMA on behalf of Ashutosh Thakur on www.travellingcamera.com : It was Jan end when one of my friend planned a family outing to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh. One needs to trek through villages and forests to reach the temple on top of a hill ! Kamrunag Lake, situated 9100 feet above in Mandi district... Here are few photographs by Ashutosh from his last trip and snow-fall made the trip more interesting.. Check out !!!There is a small lake in front of Kamrunaag temple which was frozen during the time Ashutosh visited the place...Another wonderful photograph of frozen lake in front of Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh ! Kamrunag is well known Lord Of Rain in Mandi district of  Himachal Pradesh and people visit thisevery year on SAZA (First Day Of Month as per Local calendar) of June and July. June & July are best months to visit this holly place. However one can visit it up-to November before having snowfall and cold there... and of course, people who love snowfall and adventure try to visit it during winters !!!Here you see Kamaru-Naag Temple on the left side of the frozen lake in front of it.. Normally folks throw some coins into the lake to prey something for future and sometimes commit to come back when their wish come true !Ashutosh, who shared all these photographs on PHOTO JOURNEY !!! Thanks Ashu !'Shradhalu' walking bare feet on snow to reach Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi.. This temple has a great importance and many folks from various parts of Himachal and outside come here... and for last few years, people have been visiting the place for adventure and most of them like it... Hope that the area around this place remains clean as it is today...A typical Himachali styled house on the way to Kamaru-nag...Kamru Nag is in Mandi  district and if one starts from Mandi town, Sundernagar would be the next place at a distance of about 24 Kms. And from there Karsog road needs to be followed. The trek would start from Rohanda that is about 50 Kms from Sundernagar. During the trek from Rohanda to kamru Nag, one can have amazing panoramic views of the valley. Being a very famous tourist attraction, the lake in front of this temple is also of religious importance as the Kamrunag Temple is situated on the banks of the lake and the Kamrunag religious fair is held every year around this lake...Kamaru Nag Temple with a beautiful lake in front of it is situated on a hill-top with wonderful views of surroundings...Lovely view of Kamru Nag Lake in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh !!! Snowfall has made it more beautiful... Imagine the same place in autumn colors...Thousands of devotees visit  the historical temple of Kamrunag, situated on a hilltop at a height of 9000 feet on the bank of Kamrunag Lake, on the occasion of Kamrunag fair...


Ashutosh, who shared all these photographs on PHOTO JOURNEY !!! Thanks Ashu !



Fresh snowfall on the trek to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi Districtof Himachal Pradesh : Posted by VJ SHARMA on behalf of Ashutosh Thakur on www.travellingcamera.com : It was Jan end when one of my friend planned a family outing to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh. One needs to trek through villages and forests to reach the temple on top of a hill ! Kamrunag Lake, situated 9100 feet above in Mandi district... Here are few photographs by Ashutosh from his last trip and snow-fall made the trip more interesting.. Check out !!!There is a small lake in front of Kamrunaag temple which was frozen during the time Ashutosh visited the place...Another wonderful photograph of frozen lake in front of Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh ! Kamrunag is well known Lord Of Rain in Mandi district of  Himachal Pradesh and people visit thisevery year on SAZA (First Day Of Month as per Local calendar) of June and July. June & July are best months to visit this holly place. However one can visit it up-to November before having snowfall and cold there... and of course, people who love snowfall and adventure try to visit it during winters !!!Here you see Kamaru-Naag Temple on the left side of the frozen lake in front of it.. Normally folks throw some coins into the lake to prey something for future and sometimes commit to come back when their wish come true !Ashutosh, who shared all these photographs on PHOTO JOURNEY !!! Thanks Ashu !'Shradhalu' walking bare feet on snow to reach Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi.. This temple has a great importance and many folks from various parts of Himachal and outside come here... and for last few years, people have been visiting the place for adventure and most of them like it... Hope that the area around this place remains clean as it is today...A typical Himachali styled house on the way to Kamaru-nag...Kamru Nag is in Mandi  district and if one starts from Mandi town, Sundernagar would be the next place at a distance of about 24 Kms. And from there Karsog road needs to be followed. The trek would start from Rohanda that is about 50 Kms from Sundernagar. During the trek from Rohanda to kamru Nag, one can have amazing panoramic views of the valley. Being a very famous tourist attraction, the lake in front of this temple is also of religious importance as the Kamrunag Temple is situated on the banks of the lake and the Kamrunag religious fair is held every year around this lake...Kamaru Nag Temple with a beautiful lake in front of it is situated on a hill-top with wonderful views of surroundings...Lovely view of Kamru Nag Lake in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh !!! Snowfall has made it more beautiful... Imagine the same place in autumn colors...Thousands of devotees visit  the historical temple of Kamrunag, situated on a hilltop at a height of 9000 feet on the bank of Kamrunag Lake, on the occasion of Kamrunag fair...


'Shradhalu' walking bare feet on snow to reach Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi.. This temple has a great importance and many folks from various parts of Himachal and outside come here... and for last few years, people have been visiting the place for adventure and most of them like it... Hope that the area around this place remains clean as it is today...

Fresh snowfall on the trek to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi Districtof Himachal Pradesh : Posted by VJ SHARMA on behalf of Ashutosh Thakur on www.travellingcamera.com : It was Jan end when one of my friend planned a family outing to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh. One needs to trek through villages and forests to reach the temple on top of a hill ! Kamrunag Lake, situated 9100 feet above in Mandi district... Here are few photographs by Ashutosh from his last trip and snow-fall made the trip more interesting.. Check out !!!There is a small lake in front of Kamrunaag temple which was frozen during the time Ashutosh visited the place...Another wonderful photograph of frozen lake in front of Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh ! Kamrunag is well known Lord Of Rain in Mandi district of  Himachal Pradesh and people visit thisevery year on SAZA (First Day Of Month as per Local calendar) of June and July. June & July are best months to visit this holly place. However one can visit it up-to November before having snowfall and cold there... and of course, people who love snowfall and adventure try to visit it during winters !!!Here you see Kamaru-Naag Temple on the left side of the frozen lake in front of it.. Normally folks throw some coins into the lake to prey something for future and sometimes commit to come back when their wish come true !Ashutosh, who shared all these photographs on PHOTO JOURNEY !!! Thanks Ashu !'Shradhalu' walking bare feet on snow to reach Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi.. This temple has a great importance and many folks from various parts of Himachal and outside come here... and for last few years, people have been visiting the place for adventure and most of them like it... Hope that the area around this place remains clean as it is today...A typical Himachali styled house on the way to Kamaru-nag...Kamru Nag is in Mandi  district and if one starts from Mandi town, Sundernagar would be the next place at a distance of about 24 Kms. And from there Karsog road needs to be followed. The trek would start from Rohanda that is about 50 Kms from Sundernagar. During the trek from Rohanda to kamru Nag, one can have amazing panoramic views of the valley. Being a very famous tourist attraction, the lake in front of this temple is also of religious importance as the Kamrunag Temple is situated on the banks of the lake and the Kamrunag religious fair is held every year around this lake...Kamaru Nag Temple with a beautiful lake in front of it is situated on a hill-top with wonderful views of surroundings...Lovely view of Kamru Nag Lake in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh !!! Snowfall has made it more beautiful... Imagine the same place in autumn colors...Thousands of devotees visit  the historical temple of Kamrunag, situated on a hilltop at a height of 9000 feet on the bank of Kamrunag Lake, on the occasion of Kamrunag fair...


A typical Himachali styled house on the way to Kamaru-nag...


Kamru Nag is in Mandi  district and if one starts from Mandi town, Sundernagar would be the next place at a distance of about 24 Kms. And from there Karsog road needs to be followed. The trek would start from Rohanda that is about 50 Kms from Sundernagar. During the trek from Rohanda to kamru Nag, one can have amazing panoramic views of the valley.

Fresh snowfall on the trek to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi Districtof Himachal Pradesh : Posted by VJ SHARMA on behalf of Ashutosh Thakur on www.travellingcamera.com : It was Jan end when one of my friend planned a family outing to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh. One needs to trek through villages and forests to reach the temple on top of a hill ! Kamrunag Lake, situated 9100 feet above in Mandi district... Here are few photographs by Ashutosh from his last trip and snow-fall made the trip more interesting.. Check out !!!There is a small lake in front of Kamrunaag temple which was frozen during the time Ashutosh visited the place...Another wonderful photograph of frozen lake in front of Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh ! Kamrunag is well known Lord Of Rain in Mandi district of  Himachal Pradesh and people visit thisevery year on SAZA (First Day Of Month as per Local calendar) of June and July. June & July are best months to visit this holly place. However one can visit it up-to November before having snowfall and cold there... and of course, people who love snowfall and adventure try to visit it during winters !!!Here you see Kamaru-Naag Temple on the left side of the frozen lake in front of it.. Normally folks throw some coins into the lake to prey something for future and sometimes commit to come back when their wish come true !Ashutosh, who shared all these photographs on PHOTO JOURNEY !!! Thanks Ashu !'Shradhalu' walking bare feet on snow to reach Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi.. This temple has a great importance and many folks from various parts of Himachal and outside come here... and for last few years, people have been visiting the place for adventure and most of them like it... Hope that the area around this place remains clean as it is today...A typical Himachali styled house on the way to Kamaru-nag...Kamru Nag is in Mandi  district and if one starts from Mandi town, Sundernagar would be the next place at a distance of about 24 Kms. And from there Karsog road needs to be followed. The trek would start from Rohanda that is about 50 Kms from Sundernagar. During the trek from Rohanda to kamru Nag, one can have amazing panoramic views of the valley. Being a very famous tourist attraction, the lake in front of this temple is also of religious importance as the Kamrunag Temple is situated on the banks of the lake and the Kamrunag religious fair is held every year around this lake...Kamaru Nag Temple with a beautiful lake in front of it is situated on a hill-top with wonderful views of surroundings...Lovely view of Kamru Nag Lake in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh !!! Snowfall has made it more beautiful... Imagine the same place in autumn colors...Thousands of devotees visit  the historical temple of Kamrunag, situated on a hilltop at a height of 9000 feet on the bank of Kamrunag Lake, on the occasion of Kamrunag fair...


Being a very famous tourist attraction, the lake in front of this temple is also of religious importance as the Kamrunag Temple is situated on the banks of the lake and the Kamrunag religious fair is held every year around this lake...

Fresh snowfall on the trek to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi Districtof Himachal Pradesh : Posted by VJ SHARMA on behalf of Ashutosh Thakur on www.travellingcamera.com : It was Jan end when one of my friend planned a family outing to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh. One needs to trek through villages and forests to reach the temple on top of a hill ! Kamrunag Lake, situated 9100 feet above in Mandi district... Here are few photographs by Ashutosh from his last trip and snow-fall made the trip more interesting.. Check out !!!There is a small lake in front of Kamrunaag temple which was frozen during the time Ashutosh visited the place...Another wonderful photograph of frozen lake in front of Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh ! Kamrunag is well known Lord Of Rain in Mandi district of  Himachal Pradesh and people visit thisevery year on SAZA (First Day Of Month as per Local calendar) of June and July. June & July are best months to visit this holly place. However one can visit it up-to November before having snowfall and cold there... and of course, people who love snowfall and adventure try to visit it during winters !!!Here you see Kamaru-Naag Temple on the left side of the frozen lake in front of it.. Normally folks throw some coins into the lake to prey something for future and sometimes commit to come back when their wish come true !Ashutosh, who shared all these photographs on PHOTO JOURNEY !!! Thanks Ashu !'Shradhalu' walking bare feet on snow to reach Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi.. This temple has a great importance and many folks from various parts of Himachal and outside come here... and for last few years, people have been visiting the place for adventure and most of them like it... Hope that the area around this place remains clean as it is today...A typical Himachali styled house on the way to Kamaru-nag...Kamru Nag is in Mandi  district and if one starts from Mandi town, Sundernagar would be the next place at a distance of about 24 Kms. And from there Karsog road needs to be followed. The trek would start from Rohanda that is about 50 Kms from Sundernagar. During the trek from Rohanda to kamru Nag, one can have amazing panoramic views of the valley. Being a very famous tourist attraction, the lake in front of this temple is also of religious importance as the Kamrunag Temple is situated on the banks of the lake and the Kamrunag religious fair is held every year around this lake...Kamaru Nag Temple with a beautiful lake in front of it is situated on a hill-top with wonderful views of surroundings...Lovely view of Kamru Nag Lake in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh !!! Snowfall has made it more beautiful... Imagine the same place in autumn colors...Thousands of devotees visit  the historical temple of Kamrunag, situated on a hilltop at a height of 9000 feet on the bank of Kamrunag Lake, on the occasion of Kamrunag fair...


Kamaru Nag Temple with a beautiful lake in front of it is situated on a hill-top with wonderful views of surroundings...

Fresh snowfall on the trek to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi Districtof Himachal Pradesh : Posted by VJ SHARMA on behalf of Ashutosh Thakur on www.travellingcamera.com : It was Jan end when one of my friend planned a family outing to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh. One needs to trek through villages and forests to reach the temple on top of a hill ! Kamrunag Lake, situated 9100 feet above in Mandi district... Here are few photographs by Ashutosh from his last trip and snow-fall made the trip more interesting.. Check out !!!There is a small lake in front of Kamrunaag temple which was frozen during the time Ashutosh visited the place...Another wonderful photograph of frozen lake in front of Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh ! Kamrunag is well known Lord Of Rain in Mandi district of  Himachal Pradesh and people visit thisevery year on SAZA (First Day Of Month as per Local calendar) of June and July. June & July are best months to visit this holly place. However one can visit it up-to November before having snowfall and cold there... and of course, people who love snowfall and adventure try to visit it during winters !!!Here you see Kamaru-Naag Temple on the left side of the frozen lake in front of it.. Normally folks throw some coins into the lake to prey something for future and sometimes commit to come back when their wish come true !Ashutosh, who shared all these photographs on PHOTO JOURNEY !!! Thanks Ashu !'Shradhalu' walking bare feet on snow to reach Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi.. This temple has a great importance and many folks from various parts of Himachal and outside come here... and for last few years, people have been visiting the place for adventure and most of them like it... Hope that the area around this place remains clean as it is today...A typical Himachali styled house on the way to Kamaru-nag...Kamru Nag is in Mandi  district and if one starts from Mandi town, Sundernagar would be the next place at a distance of about 24 Kms. And from there Karsog road needs to be followed. The trek would start from Rohanda that is about 50 Kms from Sundernagar. During the trek from Rohanda to kamru Nag, one can have amazing panoramic views of the valley. Being a very famous tourist attraction, the lake in front of this temple is also of religious importance as the Kamrunag Temple is situated on the banks of the lake and the Kamrunag religious fair is held every year around this lake...Kamaru Nag Temple with a beautiful lake in front of it is situated on a hill-top with wonderful views of surroundings...Lovely view of Kamru Nag Lake in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh !!! Snowfall has made it more beautiful... Imagine the same place in autumn colors...Thousands of devotees visit  the historical temple of Kamrunag, situated on a hilltop at a height of 9000 feet on the bank of Kamrunag Lake, on the occasion of Kamrunag fair...


Lovely view of Kamru Nag Lake in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh !!! Snowfall has made it more beautiful... Imagine the same place in autumn colors...

Fresh snowfall on the trek to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi Districtof Himachal Pradesh : Posted by VJ SHARMA on behalf of Ashutosh Thakur on www.travellingcamera.com : It was Jan end when one of my friend planned a family outing to Kamrunaag Temple in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh. One needs to trek through villages and forests to reach the temple on top of a hill ! Kamrunag Lake, situated 9100 feet above in Mandi district... Here are few photographs by Ashutosh from his last trip and snow-fall made the trip more interesting.. Check out !!!There is a small lake in front of Kamrunaag temple which was frozen during the time Ashutosh visited the place...Another wonderful photograph of frozen lake in front of Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh ! Kamrunag is well known Lord Of Rain in Mandi district of  Himachal Pradesh and people visit thisevery year on SAZA (First Day Of Month as per Local calendar) of June and July. June & July are best months to visit this holly place. However one can visit it up-to November before having snowfall and cold there... and of course, people who love snowfall and adventure try to visit it during winters !!!Here you see Kamaru-Naag Temple on the left side of the frozen lake in front of it.. Normally folks throw some coins into the lake to prey something for future and sometimes commit to come back when their wish come true !Ashutosh, who shared all these photographs on PHOTO JOURNEY !!! Thanks Ashu !'Shradhalu' walking bare feet on snow to reach Kamru-Naag Temple in Mandi.. This temple has a great importance and many folks from various parts of Himachal and outside come here... and for last few years, people have been visiting the place for adventure and most of them like it... Hope that the area around this place remains clean as it is today...A typical Himachali styled house on the way to Kamaru-nag...Kamru Nag is in Mandi  district and if one starts from Mandi town, Sundernagar would be the next place at a distance of about 24 Kms. And from there Karsog road needs to be followed. The trek would start from Rohanda that is about 50 Kms from Sundernagar. During the trek from Rohanda to kamru Nag, one can have amazing panoramic views of the valley. Being a very famous tourist attraction, the lake in front of this temple is also of religious importance as the Kamrunag Temple is situated on the banks of the lake and the Kamrunag religious fair is held every year around this lake...Kamaru Nag Temple with a beautiful lake in front of it is situated on a hill-top with wonderful views of surroundings...Lovely view of Kamru Nag Lake in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh !!! Snowfall has made it more beautiful... Imagine the same place in autumn colors...Thousands of devotees visit  the historical temple of Kamrunag, situated on a hilltop at a height of 9000 feet on the bank of Kamrunag Lake, on the occasion of Kamrunag fair...


Thousands of devotees visit  the historical temple of Kamrunag, situated on a hilltop at a height of 9000 feet on the bank of Kamrunag Lake, on the occasion of Kamrunag fair...


 Kamru Nag was son of Gathochgach (Son of Bheem and Hadimba). He always helped the one who is loosing and that's why during Mahabharat he was going to help Kauravs. When Krishna saw him, he wanted to test his powers. Krishna soon realized that he is strong enough and asked for his head as dakshina. He said he will only give if they hang his head on such height from where he can still see Mahabharat. That's why his head was hanged here. Pandavs later came to make temple for him here but he denied and they threw away all gold in this pound. No one tries to take gold out of here, one British guy tried one but he got terribly sick and got fine only when he went home..

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

nice job...

Vishal Sharma said...

May be Next year i'll visit this place....need only 1-2 days....time for this year has gone...

Kamal thakur said...

wow... great pics! I always wanted to go there in winters.. ! Last time I went was in April this year.. there was snow.. but not so muchh

vishal rattan said...

planning to visit this place coming winters!

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