Bathu Temples dipped inside Pong Dam Lake near Dhameta town of Kangra region in Himachal Pradesh, India - by Shagun Thakur

Here is a Photo Journey of Bathu Temples in Kangra region of Himachal Pradesh. Photo Journey is shared by Shagun Thakur, who belongs to this part of the state. Bathu temples can only be seen during summers as the water-level goes down in Pong Dam. Let's start the Photo Journey to Bathu Temples, with some interesting information about the place..First two photographs are clicked when water level is not at the peak, otherwise all the temples take a dip inside the Pong Dam Lake. Only some part of a huge pillar remain outside the water-levelBathu Temples are three kilometres away from Dhameta, which is a small town in Kangra. There stands a cluster of antique, unique, tall temples which remain dipped in water for most of the time in an year. Finally temples are exposed during months of March  to  June. Lot of pilgrims visit these temples during this time. Throughout the year, this place, commonly known as 'Bathu ki Larhi'  (a string of Bathu stone-structures) enjoys the unique distinction of being  a popular tourist spot.Shagun shared that Bathu Temples were build by Pandavas and were accessible by all the folks before Pong Dam was built. Earlier beas used to flow on it's side and temple was accessible throughout the year. Before Pong Dam was built, this cluster of unique artistic temples used to attract pilgrims from different parts of the country. At that time, there was only the  flowing Beas water near temples and no dam water engulfed  them as it does today. It was in 1961 that the work of Pong Dam started, giving it the final shape in 1970. The pillar on the left is the one which can be sensed during high water-level conditions :)Pong dam, now  occupies the vast stretch of land falling within the boundaries  of Terris , Dhameta , Bharmad, Jawali, Nagrota Suriyan, Dada-Sibha and Dehra. Pong Dam carries water of the Beas and those of the rivulets of Gajj, Vool and BundeirBathu ki Larhi is a cluster of eight  temples covering a vast area which used to have strong  protection walls which are now falling and crumbling in the strong current of waterIn spite of the fact that for the last 30 years this cluster of temples remains dipped in the  water for eight months every  year  yet their stone structure has the same natural color, beauty and luster as it used to have when they were actually constructed. Such is the durability of Bathu stone, a quality preferred in the entire Himachal. Only the color of plaster and those of the bricks has undergone a change. The stone images set on both sides of this gate, one image being of Mother Kali and the other of Lord Ganesha. Before one enters the temple complex, one has to pass through another main gate, all of which indicate how this cluster of temples was covered within two protection walls in order to save  them from foreign invaders, There are also protection walls and protection. Towers, now in crumpled shape, but show how those days' defense system was par  excellence...Usually boats are used to reach the temples of Bathu. Above photograph shows reflections in Pong Lake waterBroken Images of Lord Vishny and Sheshnag, the antique artistic ladders with images of Hindu gods inside the temple domes; prove how the Hindu architecture was simply at its peak. The chisel and stone work on Bathu stone is superb.. Apart from these beautiful Bathu temples, there is an Iceland around this place, which is named as Ranesar. There is a Forest Guest house in Ranesar. This Iceland is known for lot of peacocks and various other birds of Pong. Another visit to Bathu Temples is planned and more photographs would be shared soon.

Here is a Photo Journey of Bathu Temples in Kangra region of Himachal Pradesh. Photo Journey is shared by Shagun Thakur, who belongs to this part of the state. Bathu temples can only be seen during summers as the water-level goes down in Pong Dam. Let's start the Photo Journey to Bathu Temples, with some interesting information about the place...

Here is a Photo Journey of Bathu Temples in Kangra region of Himachal Pradesh. Photo Journey is shared by Shagun Thakur, who belongs to this part of the state. Bathu temples can only be seen during summers as the water-level goes down in Pong Dam. Let's start the Photo Journey to Bathu Temples, with some interesting information about the place..First two photographs are clicked when water level is not at the peak, otherwise all the temples take a dip inside the Pong Dam Lake. Only some part of a huge pillar remain outside the water-levelBathu Temples are three kilometres away from Dhameta, which is a small town in Kangra. There stands a cluster of antique, unique, tall temples which remain dipped in water for most of the time in an year. Finally temples are exposed during months of March  to  June. Lot of pilgrims visit these temples during this time. Throughout the year, this place, commonly known as 'Bathu ki Larhi'  (a string of Bathu stone-structures) enjoys the unique distinction of being  a popular tourist spot.Shagun shared that Bathu Temples were build by Pandavas and were accessible by all the folks before Pong Dam was built. Earlier beas used to flow on it's side and temple was accessible throughout the year. Before Pong Dam was built, this cluster of unique artistic temples used to attract pilgrims from different parts of the country. At that time, there was only the  flowing Beas water near temples and no dam water engulfed  them as it does today. It was in 1961 that the work of Pong Dam started, giving it the final shape in 1970. The pillar on the left is the one which can be sensed during high water-level conditions :)Pong dam, now  occupies the vast stretch of land falling within the boundaries  of Terris , Dhameta , Bharmad, Jawali, Nagrota Suriyan, Dada-Sibha and Dehra. Pong Dam carries water of the Beas and those of the rivulets of Gajj, Vool and BundeirBathu ki Larhi is a cluster of eight  temples covering a vast area which used to have strong  protection walls which are now falling and crumbling in the strong current of waterIn spite of the fact that for the last 30 years this cluster of temples remains dipped in the  water for eight months every  year  yet their stone structure has the same natural color, beauty and luster as it used to have when they were actually constructed. Such is the durability of Bathu stone, a quality preferred in the entire Himachal. Only the color of plaster and those of the bricks has undergone a change. The stone images set on both sides of this gate, one image being of Mother Kali and the other of Lord Ganesha. Before one enters the temple complex, one has to pass through another main gate, all of which indicate how this cluster of temples was covered within two protection walls in order to save  them from foreign invaders, There are also protection walls and protection. Towers, now in crumpled shape, but show how those days' defense system was par  excellence...Usually boats are used to reach the temples of Bathu. Above photograph shows reflections in Pong Lake waterBroken Images of Lord Vishny and Sheshnag, the antique artistic ladders with images of Hindu gods inside the temple domes; prove how the Hindu architecture was simply at its peak. The chisel and stone work on Bathu stone is superb.. Apart from these beautiful Bathu temples, there is an Iceland around this place, which is named as Ranesar. There is a Forest Guest house in Ranesar. This Iceland is known for lot of peacocks and various other birds of Pong. Another visit to Bathu Temples is planned and more photographs would be shared soon.

First two photographs are clicked when water level is not at the peak, otherwise all the temples take a dip inside the Pong Dam Lake. Only some part of a huge pillar remain outside the water-level.

Bathu Temples are three kilometres away from Dhameta, which is a small town in Kangra. There stands a cluster of antique, unique, tall temples which remain dipped in water for most of the time in an year. Finally temples are exposed during months of March  to  June. Lot of pilgrims visit these temples during this time. Throughout the year, this place, commonly known as 'Bathu ki Larhi'  (a string of Bathu stone-structures) enjoys the unique distinction of being  a popular tourist spot.

Here is a Photo Journey of Bathu Temples in Kangra region of Himachal Pradesh. Photo Journey is shared by Shagun Thakur, who belongs to this part of the state. Bathu temples can only be seen during summers as the water-level goes down in Pong Dam. Let's start the Photo Journey to Bathu Temples, with some interesting information about the place..First two photographs are clicked when water level is not at the peak, otherwise all the temples take a dip inside the Pong Dam Lake. Only some part of a huge pillar remain outside the water-levelBathu Temples are three kilometres away from Dhameta, which is a small town in Kangra. There stands a cluster of antique, unique, tall temples which remain dipped in water for most of the time in an year. Finally temples are exposed during months of March  to  June. Lot of pilgrims visit these temples during this time. Throughout the year, this place, commonly known as 'Bathu ki Larhi'  (a string of Bathu stone-structures) enjoys the unique distinction of being  a popular tourist spot.Shagun shared that Bathu Temples were build by Pandavas and were accessible by all the folks before Pong Dam was built. Earlier beas used to flow on it's side and temple was accessible throughout the year. Before Pong Dam was built, this cluster of unique artistic temples used to attract pilgrims from different parts of the country. At that time, there was only the  flowing Beas water near temples and no dam water engulfed  them as it does today. It was in 1961 that the work of Pong Dam started, giving it the final shape in 1970. The pillar on the left is the one which can be sensed during high water-level conditions :)Pong dam, now  occupies the vast stretch of land falling within the boundaries  of Terris , Dhameta , Bharmad, Jawali, Nagrota Suriyan, Dada-Sibha and Dehra. Pong Dam carries water of the Beas and those of the rivulets of Gajj, Vool and BundeirBathu ki Larhi is a cluster of eight  temples covering a vast area which used to have strong  protection walls which are now falling and crumbling in the strong current of waterIn spite of the fact that for the last 30 years this cluster of temples remains dipped in the  water for eight months every  year  yet their stone structure has the same natural color, beauty and luster as it used to have when they were actually constructed. Such is the durability of Bathu stone, a quality preferred in the entire Himachal. Only the color of plaster and those of the bricks has undergone a change. The stone images set on both sides of this gate, one image being of Mother Kali and the other of Lord Ganesha. Before one enters the temple complex, one has to pass through another main gate, all of which indicate how this cluster of temples was covered within two protection walls in order to save  them from foreign invaders, There are also protection walls and protection. Towers, now in crumpled shape, but show how those days' defense system was par  excellence...Usually boats are used to reach the temples of Bathu. Above photograph shows reflections in Pong Lake waterBroken Images of Lord Vishny and Sheshnag, the antique artistic ladders with images of Hindu gods inside the temple domes; prove how the Hindu architecture was simply at its peak. The chisel and stone work on Bathu stone is superb.. Apart from these beautiful Bathu temples, there is an Iceland around this place, which is named as Ranesar. There is a Forest Guest house in Ranesar. This Iceland is known for lot of peacocks and various other birds of Pong. Another visit to Bathu Temples is planned and more photographs would be shared soon.

Shagun shared that Bathu Temples were build by Pandavas and were accessible by all the folks before Pong Dam was built. Earlier beas used to flow on it's side and temple was accessible throughout the year.  

Before Pong Dam was built, this cluster of unique artistic temples used to attract pilgrims from different parts of the country. At that time, there was only the  flowing Beas water near temples and no dam water engulfed  them as it does today. It was in 1961 that the work of Pong Dam started, giving it the final shape in 1970. 

Here is a Photo Journey of Bathu Temples in Kangra region of Himachal Pradesh. Photo Journey is shared by Shagun Thakur, who belongs to this part of the state. Bathu temples can only be seen during summers as the water-level goes down in Pong Dam. Let's start the Photo Journey to Bathu Temples, with some interesting information about the place..First two photographs are clicked when water level is not at the peak, otherwise all the temples take a dip inside the Pong Dam Lake. Only some part of a huge pillar remain outside the water-levelBathu Temples are three kilometres away from Dhameta, which is a small town in Kangra. There stands a cluster of antique, unique, tall temples which remain dipped in water for most of the time in an year. Finally temples are exposed during months of March  to  June. Lot of pilgrims visit these temples during this time. Throughout the year, this place, commonly known as 'Bathu ki Larhi'  (a string of Bathu stone-structures) enjoys the unique distinction of being  a popular tourist spot.Shagun shared that Bathu Temples were build by Pandavas and were accessible by all the folks before Pong Dam was built. Earlier beas used to flow on it's side and temple was accessible throughout the year. Before Pong Dam was built, this cluster of unique artistic temples used to attract pilgrims from different parts of the country. At that time, there was only the  flowing Beas water near temples and no dam water engulfed  them as it does today. It was in 1961 that the work of Pong Dam started, giving it the final shape in 1970. The pillar on the left is the one which can be sensed during high water-level conditions :)Pong dam, now  occupies the vast stretch of land falling within the boundaries  of Terris , Dhameta , Bharmad, Jawali, Nagrota Suriyan, Dada-Sibha and Dehra. Pong Dam carries water of the Beas and those of the rivulets of Gajj, Vool and BundeirBathu ki Larhi is a cluster of eight  temples covering a vast area which used to have strong  protection walls which are now falling and crumbling in the strong current of waterIn spite of the fact that for the last 30 years this cluster of temples remains dipped in the  water for eight months every  year  yet their stone structure has the same natural color, beauty and luster as it used to have when they were actually constructed. Such is the durability of Bathu stone, a quality preferred in the entire Himachal. Only the color of plaster and those of the bricks has undergone a change. The stone images set on both sides of this gate, one image being of Mother Kali and the other of Lord Ganesha. Before one enters the temple complex, one has to pass through another main gate, all of which indicate how this cluster of temples was covered within two protection walls in order to save  them from foreign invaders, There are also protection walls and protection. Towers, now in crumpled shape, but show how those days' defense system was par  excellence...Usually boats are used to reach the temples of Bathu. Above photograph shows reflections in Pong Lake waterBroken Images of Lord Vishny and Sheshnag, the antique artistic ladders with images of Hindu gods inside the temple domes; prove how the Hindu architecture was simply at its peak. The chisel and stone work on Bathu stone is superb.. Apart from these beautiful Bathu temples, there is an Iceland around this place, which is named as Ranesar. There is a Forest Guest house in Ranesar. This Iceland is known for lot of peacocks and various other birds of Pong. Another visit to Bathu Temples is planned and more photographs would be shared soon.

The pillar on the left is the one which can be sensed during high water-level conditions :)

Pong dam, now  occupies the vast stretch of land falling within the boundaries  of Terris , Dhameta , Bharmad, Jawali, Nagrota Suriyan, Dada-Sibha and Dehra. Pong Dam carries water of the Beas and those of the rivulets of Gajj, Vool and Bundeir.

Here is a Photo Journey of Bathu Temples in Kangra region of Himachal Pradesh. Photo Journey is shared by Shagun Thakur, who belongs to this part of the state. Bathu temples can only be seen during summers as the water-level goes down in Pong Dam. Let's start the Photo Journey to Bathu Temples, with some interesting information about the place..First two photographs are clicked when water level is not at the peak, otherwise all the temples take a dip inside the Pong Dam Lake. Only some part of a huge pillar remain outside the water-levelBathu Temples are three kilometres away from Dhameta, which is a small town in Kangra. There stands a cluster of antique, unique, tall temples which remain dipped in water for most of the time in an year. Finally temples are exposed during months of March  to  June. Lot of pilgrims visit these temples during this time. Throughout the year, this place, commonly known as 'Bathu ki Larhi'  (a string of Bathu stone-structures) enjoys the unique distinction of being  a popular tourist spot.Shagun shared that Bathu Temples were build by Pandavas and were accessible by all the folks before Pong Dam was built. Earlier beas used to flow on it's side and temple was accessible throughout the year. Before Pong Dam was built, this cluster of unique artistic temples used to attract pilgrims from different parts of the country. At that time, there was only the  flowing Beas water near temples and no dam water engulfed  them as it does today. It was in 1961 that the work of Pong Dam started, giving it the final shape in 1970. The pillar on the left is the one which can be sensed during high water-level conditions :)Pong dam, now  occupies the vast stretch of land falling within the boundaries  of Terris , Dhameta , Bharmad, Jawali, Nagrota Suriyan, Dada-Sibha and Dehra. Pong Dam carries water of the Beas and those of the rivulets of Gajj, Vool and BundeirBathu ki Larhi is a cluster of eight  temples covering a vast area which used to have strong  protection walls which are now falling and crumbling in the strong current of waterIn spite of the fact that for the last 30 years this cluster of temples remains dipped in the  water for eight months every  year  yet their stone structure has the same natural color, beauty and luster as it used to have when they were actually constructed. Such is the durability of Bathu stone, a quality preferred in the entire Himachal. Only the color of plaster and those of the bricks has undergone a change. The stone images set on both sides of this gate, one image being of Mother Kali and the other of Lord Ganesha. Before one enters the temple complex, one has to pass through another main gate, all of which indicate how this cluster of temples was covered within two protection walls in order to save  them from foreign invaders, There are also protection walls and protection. Towers, now in crumpled shape, but show how those days' defense system was par  excellence...Usually boats are used to reach the temples of Bathu. Above photograph shows reflections in Pong Lake waterBroken Images of Lord Vishny and Sheshnag, the antique artistic ladders with images of Hindu gods inside the temple domes; prove how the Hindu architecture was simply at its peak. The chisel and stone work on Bathu stone is superb.. Apart from these beautiful Bathu temples, there is an Iceland around this place, which is named as Ranesar. There is a Forest Guest house in Ranesar. This Iceland is known for lot of peacocks and various other birds of Pong. Another visit to Bathu Temples is planned and more photographs would be shared soon.

Bathu ki Larhi is a cluster of eight  temples covering a vast area which used to have strong  protection walls which are now falling and crumbling in the strong current of water.

In spite of the fact that for the last 30 years this cluster of temples remains dipped in the  water for eight months every  year  yet their stone structure has the same natural color, beauty and luster as it used to have when they were actually constructed. Such is the durability of Bathu stone, a quality preferred in the entire Himachal. Only the color of plaster and those of the bricks has undergone a change. The stone images set on both sides of this gate, one image being of Mother Kali and the other of Lord Ganesha. Before one enters the temple complex, one has to pass through another main gate, all of which indicate how this cluster of temples was covered within two protection walls in order to save  them from foreign invaders, There are also protection walls and protection. Towers, now in crumpled shape, but show how those days' defense system was par  excellence...

 


Here is a Photo Journey of Bathu Temples in Kangra region of Himachal Pradesh. Photo Journey is shared by Shagun Thakur, who belongs to this part of the state. Bathu temples can only be seen during summers as the water-level goes down in Pong Dam. Let's start the Photo Journey to Bathu Temples, with some interesting information about the place..First two photographs are clicked when water level is not at the peak, otherwise all the temples take a dip inside the Pong Dam Lake. Only some part of a huge pillar remain outside the water-levelBathu Temples are three kilometres away from Dhameta, which is a small town in Kangra. There stands a cluster of antique, unique, tall temples which remain dipped in water for most of the time in an year. Finally temples are exposed during months of March  to  June. Lot of pilgrims visit these temples during this time. Throughout the year, this place, commonly known as 'Bathu ki Larhi'  (a string of Bathu stone-structures) enjoys the unique distinction of being  a popular tourist spot.Shagun shared that Bathu Temples were build by Pandavas and were accessible by all the folks before Pong Dam was built. Earlier beas used to flow on it's side and temple was accessible throughout the year. Before Pong Dam was built, this cluster of unique artistic temples used to attract pilgrims from different parts of the country. At that time, there was only the  flowing Beas water near temples and no dam water engulfed  them as it does today. It was in 1961 that the work of Pong Dam started, giving it the final shape in 1970. The pillar on the left is the one which can be sensed during high water-level conditions :)Pong dam, now  occupies the vast stretch of land falling within the boundaries  of Terris , Dhameta , Bharmad, Jawali, Nagrota Suriyan, Dada-Sibha and Dehra. Pong Dam carries water of the Beas and those of the rivulets of Gajj, Vool and BundeirBathu ki Larhi is a cluster of eight  temples covering a vast area which used to have strong  protection walls which are now falling and crumbling in the strong current of waterIn spite of the fact that for the last 30 years this cluster of temples remains dipped in the  water for eight months every  year  yet their stone structure has the same natural color, beauty and luster as it used to have when they were actually constructed. Such is the durability of Bathu stone, a quality preferred in the entire Himachal. Only the color of plaster and those of the bricks has undergone a change. The stone images set on both sides of this gate, one image being of Mother Kali and the other of Lord Ganesha. Before one enters the temple complex, one has to pass through another main gate, all of which indicate how this cluster of temples was covered within two protection walls in order to save  them from foreign invaders, There are also protection walls and protection. Towers, now in crumpled shape, but show how those days' defense system was par  excellence...Usually boats are used to reach the temples of Bathu. Above photograph shows reflections in Pong Lake waterBroken Images of Lord Vishny and Sheshnag, the antique artistic ladders with images of Hindu gods inside the temple domes; prove how the Hindu architecture was simply at its peak. The chisel and stone work on Bathu stone is superb.. Apart from these beautiful Bathu temples, there is an Iceland around this place, which is named as Ranesar. There is a Forest Guest house in Ranesar. This Iceland is known for lot of peacocks and various other birds of Pong. Another visit to Bathu Temples is planned and more photographs would be shared soon.

Usually boats are used to reach the temples of Bathu. Above photograph shows reflections in Pong Lake water.

Broken Images of Lord Vishny and Sheshnag, the antique artistic ladders with images of Hindu gods inside the temple domes; prove how the Hindu architecture was simply at its peak. The chisel and stone work on Bathu stone is superb..  


Apart from these beautiful Bathu temples, there is an Iceland around this place, which is named as Ranesar. There is a Forest Guest house in Ranesar. This Iceland is known for lot of peacocks and various other birds of Pong

Here is a Photo Journey of Bathu Temples in Kangra region of Himachal Pradesh. Photo Journey is shared by Shagun Thakur, who belongs to this part of the state. Bathu temples can only be seen during summers as the water-level goes down in Pong Dam. Let's start the Photo Journey to Bathu Temples, with some interesting information about the place..First two photographs are clicked when water level is not at the peak, otherwise all the temples take a dip inside the Pong Dam Lake. Only some part of a huge pillar remain outside the water-levelBathu Temples are three kilometres away from Dhameta, which is a small town in Kangra. There stands a cluster of antique, unique, tall temples which remain dipped in water for most of the time in an year. Finally temples are exposed during months of March  to  June. Lot of pilgrims visit these temples during this time. Throughout the year, this place, commonly known as 'Bathu ki Larhi'  (a string of Bathu stone-structures) enjoys the unique distinction of being  a popular tourist spot.Shagun shared that Bathu Temples were build by Pandavas and were accessible by all the folks before Pong Dam was built. Earlier beas used to flow on it's side and temple was accessible throughout the year. Before Pong Dam was built, this cluster of unique artistic temples used to attract pilgrims from different parts of the country. At that time, there was only the  flowing Beas water near temples and no dam water engulfed  them as it does today. It was in 1961 that the work of Pong Dam started, giving it the final shape in 1970. The pillar on the left is the one which can be sensed during high water-level conditions :)Pong dam, now  occupies the vast stretch of land falling within the boundaries  of Terris , Dhameta , Bharmad, Jawali, Nagrota Suriyan, Dada-Sibha and Dehra. Pong Dam carries water of the Beas and those of the rivulets of Gajj, Vool and BundeirBathu ki Larhi is a cluster of eight  temples covering a vast area which used to have strong  protection walls which are now falling and crumbling in the strong current of waterIn spite of the fact that for the last 30 years this cluster of temples remains dipped in the  water for eight months every  year  yet their stone structure has the same natural color, beauty and luster as it used to have when they were actually constructed. Such is the durability of Bathu stone, a quality preferred in the entire Himachal. Only the color of plaster and those of the bricks has undergone a change. The stone images set on both sides of this gate, one image being of Mother Kali and the other of Lord Ganesha. Before one enters the temple complex, one has to pass through another main gate, all of which indicate how this cluster of temples was covered within two protection walls in order to save  them from foreign invaders, There are also protection walls and protection. Towers, now in crumpled shape, but show how those days' defense system was par  excellence...Usually boats are used to reach the temples of Bathu. Above photograph shows reflections in Pong Lake waterBroken Images of Lord Vishny and Sheshnag, the antique artistic ladders with images of Hindu gods inside the temple domes; prove how the Hindu architecture was simply at its peak. The chisel and stone work on Bathu stone is superb.. Apart from these beautiful Bathu temples, there is an Iceland around this place, which is named as Ranesar. There is a Forest Guest house in Ranesar. This Iceland is known for lot of peacocks and various other birds of Pong. Another visit to Bathu Temples is planned and more photographs would be shared soon.

Another visit to Bathu Temples is planned and more photographs would be shared soon.

17 comments:

VJ Sharma said...

Wonderful Photo Journey !

Shagun - Thanks for sharing wonderful photographs of Bathu Temple and useful information.

I was there at Pong for 4 days in Feb, but couldn't go to Bathu Temples. Pong region is really very beautiful and I need to plan more visits there...

Dr. Akash Deep said...

Lovely clicks and great info :)

sarbjeetbirdwatcher said...

Excellent clicks and thanks for sharing the information about the architectural beauty of Bathu temples of Kangra valley ,I went their in month of Feb, I didn't know.how sad it's we sacrifice something to gain something else ,to get greater benefits in the name of Development.

Vibha said...

Wow! Simply Superb :)

Deepak said...

This is really out of the world share with us. Thanks a lot Shagun for sharing such nice pics and details abt this holy place. I will certainly plan to visit this place in my next trip to hometown. Thanx again.

Nitin Sharma said...

very nice work mam, keep it up.....now i m vry excited to go there

Tarun Goel said...

These temples are awe inspiring. Other than these temples, there is one village close to Dhameta/Fatehpur which is in the middle of the dam and no electricity.

I visited long ago but could not pay a visit to these temples.

I have heard that the compensatory land given to Pong Dam immigrants is a steep piece of land, which is quite a site in itself.

PRAVEEN said...

im from there i always visit this place whenever i got time during my vacation...some of this remains are attach with me and the past of my family....

PRAVEEN said...

i always visit this place whenever i was on a vacation to kangra...this place is the only one who relate with me from my ancestor...... love you himachal .......

MUKESH ANAND said...

Bathu temple is a superab attrating temple...i visited it on dated 16 june 2014 with my friend manoj kumar

MUKESH ANAND said...

Memoriable moment with my friend manoj on dated 16 june 2014

Vishal Kaushal said...

Great:)
Incredible Himachal Pradesh along with historical activities known as Land of Gods and this ethic should be remain for future as well inspite of doing developing activities on it.
Thanks Shagun Ji for sharing vast info about Pong Dam.
Good luck for future endeavors.

Vishal Kaushal said...

Thanks Shagun for sharing info related to the past of Pong Dam.
Great:)

Incredible Himachal Pradesh along with historical activities were held on this holy place as well known as Land of Gods. This ethic should be remain for future wellbeing and I think the area around Pong Dam is a suitable region for wildlife century.

Varun Chandel said...

Superb. Government should take care of this wonderful temple.

Anonymous said...

just near to my home abt 20 km. very nice place

RANJIT Singh said...

could u reach temple by boat or not ? is there is any entry fee?
we waana visit this temple . plz reply

Unknown said...

No fees free entry

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