Bhagsunag Temple in Mcleodganj, Dharamshala.

Mcleodganj, one of the most famous places not only in Himachal but very popular nationally as well as internationally. People all around the world come to Mcleodganj to get the peace of mind. Buddhists monks can be seen in majority wearing red robes. The place Mcleodganj seems to have people with different cultures. Lots of foreigners, local residents from Kangra, Buddhist monks can be seen here. Many big international personalities often visit Mcleodganj silently without any information to media and silently go back. It has been allegedly stated that the richest person of the world Bill Gates, Actor James Bond and Mr. Universe Arnold Schwazneger have also visited Mcleodganj.

Though Mcleodganj is famous for the peaceful environment and Buddhist monasteries but Bhagsunag temple in Mcleoganj has its own importance. Bhagsunag temple is situated at a distance of about 4 kms from the main market of Mcleodganj. People visiting Mcleodganj surely visit this Bhagsunag temple.

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Bhagsunag temple has a very beautiful architecture. A special Puja called 'Bhagsunag Puja' is being conducted at Bhagsunag Temple since 150 years. Last time the Bhagsunag Puja was held in April 19, 2007. In the vicinity of Bhagsunag temple there is a pool of water where Buddhist monks, visitors, foreigners enjoy bath. Also, there is a holy pool of water in Bhagsunag Temple. It is believed that if a coin is put into the water for a particular wish, it comes true in future. Tourists follow this tradition and so many coins can be seen under the holy pool of water. Just a little distance away from Bhagsunag temple is a beautiful waterfall.

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