Naggar is a peaceful village situated along the hills on the east bank of the Beas River. Naggar sightseeing comprises several attractions like the castle, Jagatipatt temple, Nicholas Roerich Art Gallery, Tripura Sundari temple , Gauri Shankar temple, Dagpo Shedrupling Monastery – KAIS, Nishala and Muralidhar temple.
The castle is considered as a popular tourist destination and is close to Manali. It was built by Raja Sidh Singh of Kullu. The castle is a combination of both western and Himalayan style of architecture.
Jagatipatt temple is an example of ancient Himachal architecture. This place is considered as the celestial hub. It is believed that, this temple revolves around some interesting legends.
Nicholas Roerich Art Gallery is regarded as the popular place of Naggar. The gallery exhibits a private collection of paintings by the Russian painter Nikolai Reorich.
Another attraction of this place is Tripura Sundari temple that resembles a pagoda and its architectural design follows the Hadimba Devi temple at Manali. Raja Yashodhapal had built the Tripura Sundari temple, which consist of stone idols of Lord Ganesha, Lord Vishnu, Lord Brahma, Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Narayan and Shiva - Parvati. Moreover, the Gauri Shankar temple is devoted to lord Shiva and is known for its striking architecture.
Dagpo Shedrupling Monastery was constructed and installed by the Noble Laureate, Dalai Lama. The monastery is seen from both the banks of Beas River close to Kullu. This place is covered with lush green hills.
Chamunda Bhagwati temple is located at Nishala village, which is only 4 km from Naggar on the way to Bijli Mahadev. This place is considered to be a favourable location for film shootings. Muralidhar temple of Thawa is located at a height and Radha Krishna idols are installed in the temple.