Lakshmi Narayan temple chamba HP
Here in this article we are talking about one of the famous and religious temple of district Chamba which is known as Lakshmi Narayan temple. This temple is one of the oldest temple which is built by the British government during 18th century. This article is mainly divided into three parts which includes history of this temples, how to reach this place and nearby places. So if you thinking to visit this place then you are visiting to a good place and around it so many places for wondering.
History of this temples
Lakshmi Narayan temples is oldet temples in the Chamba city. It is one of the religious temples where Lord's Lakhmi statue is placed. This temples was built by the British government in early 18th century. So the architecture of this temples is so good and attractive the visitor. So when you go to this place then in the entrance of it there is a main temple in front of the entrance gate, where Lord's Laksmi statue is placed inside the room. Around this room there are two or three building are there. The architecture of the temples is made by the masons of that area.
How to reach this place
This temples is situated in the main market. You can reach this place by bus or taxi. So when you reached in the Chamba district then it is 200 meter from the bus stand. Its distance from various places is mainly in km are given which is approximated but not exact. From Kangra it is mainly 100 km, from Hamirpur it is 210 km, from Shimla it is nearly 350 km and from Mandi it is about 295 km.
Nearby places around it
Around this temples there are so many places for the wondering and also related to the old cultural of this city. The main place which is exactly behind this temples is Raj Mahal, it was the place where Raja invited all the important meeting, but nowadays it is a government property and become a post graduate college. 100 meter from this temples on the right side of the temple there is a catholic church which is also built by the British in 18th century. On the same road approximately 200 meter from the temple there is Bhuri Singh Museum where large number of valuable objects of the Raja's times, there clothes, jewelry they wear and the weapons used by them are placed. For Indian visitor there is a development charge of 25 rupee and for the foreign visitor it is 50 rupee. And from this temple the main historical ground is about 200 meter. It is one of biggest ground in the city where every year International Minjar festival is held and other sports event takes place in this ground. So we can say that it is a good place for the wondering and there are so many places around it for the wondering with all places related to some past history of the Chamba districtic. And the best season for coming to this place is summer because in the summer this place is neither hot nor cool. Because it is surrounded by the mountain so wind is always blowing.
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