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Narayan-Nagini Temple

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Narayan-Nagini Temple

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Near Reckong Peo, Kalpa India
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Kinnaur And Spiti Tour Package

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* Culture heritage of semi desert Kinnaur and bewitching view of mount Kinner Kailash<br>* Spiti “Little Tibet” and its centenary old Buddhist monasteries<br>* Tribal villages on the Indo-Tibetan border<br>* Stunning landscapes, authentic Tibetan culture, Arid Landscapes and Oases
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Sightsee737349 wrote a review Sep 2019
McLeod Ganj, India594 contributions97 helpful votes
KINNAUR is the land of beautiful temples which are built in the traditional kathkuni style . It’s a very beautiful temple
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Date of experience: September 2019
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jyotirmoymanna wrote a review Aug 2019
Kolkata, India6 contributions2 helpful votes
This is in Kalpa and a beautifully structured and worth visiting the temple. Don't skip it.Roofs are specially manufactured to ward off snowy weather of such a height.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Sanjay A wrote a review Aug 2019
New Delhi, India53 contributions2 helpful votes
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I visited this ancient temple on Aug 2, 2019. Great architecture. Visitors are not allowed inside the main temple although you can click pictures from outside.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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SangSom20 wrote a review Jul 2019
Bengaluru, India65 contributions18 helpful votes
Quaint temple with great mountain views and beautiful wood carvings. We were also lucky to witness a tradition where the deities are brought out in the open compound for a ceremony. Visitors are not allowed into the central main chamber of the temple.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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arpitam wrote a review Jun 2019
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India678 contributions122 helpful votes
This temple is supposed to be 5000 yrs old and carries significant importance to Indian mythology of Mahabharata. According to the local folklore, the Pandavas used to worship the deity during their exile. The approach to the temple is through the steep and narrow lane of the village to be covered on feet. The beautiful wooden carvings both outside and inside are spectacular. The courtyard is spacious and has an wonderful view of the mountains looming large over yourself. Nice photographic opportunities from here.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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