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Amazingly restored Shiva gi Hindu temples are in Salt Range Pakistan near Chakwal and Kallar Kahar. it is a world class tourist attraction. These are several Hindu temples connected to one another by walk ways. The temples form a complex surrounding a pond named Katas...More
I'll start off by saying I'm not Hindu, or Sikh or Buddhist. I state this because I feel like a lot of the time people think these kind of religious sites are for religious folk.
The temples aren't in the same condition they once were...More
Katas Raj is located about 20 kms from Kalarkahar.So if you are coming from Lahore you can visit this place .
From islamabad it is about two hour's drive from motorway.
Katas is basically a temple complex consisting seven ancient temples.
All these temples are...More
The temples are important for Hindus who come on a pilgrimage once a year. For most the temples have fallen into disrepair. Whatever upkeep was done does not look authentic, as the frescoes for example had been painted over not restored. It had been raining...More
i went there is summers. its a one day trip form rawalpindi. not too many tourists were there at that time, we moved around the ruins in leisure, water was so green because of that everything looked fresh. its a must visit and its better...More
A popular tourist destination, it I located in the Potohar Plateau near Kallar Kahar at an altitude of 2,000 feet. It is a complex of 12 Hindu temples connected to one another by walkways surrounding a pond named Katas which is regarded as sacred by...More
The drive to the temples was surprisingly scenic and nice. I went on a spring evening and it took me only 30 minutes off the motorway to get there. It is very well kept and attracts alot of devotees. I would suggest wearing a good...More
The temple complex is an amazing trip in history & myth. The pond at the center of the temple complex is said to be created by a teardrop of lord Shiva.
Some of the temples are well preserved with original painting work still visible. Some...More
This is a truly historic place and well cared for. We went during Ramadan and broke our fast sitting on the beautiful courtyard.We had a tour guide walk us through the temples and he explained a lot of the history. Due to the hot weather...More
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Well, I think it totally depends on the visa regime between Pakistan & India. It usually works on reciprocal basis and things don't look to be getting any better in near future. I wish you luck ! and if you do secure a visa... More
Well, I think it totally depends on the visa regime between Pakistan & India. It usually works on reciprocal basis and things don't look to be getting any better in near future. I wish you luck ! and if you do secure a visa, rest would be very easy. Be my guest Rahul.