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Jagatipatt Temple

Naggar

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Jagatipatt Temple Overview

Ranked 4 of 7 sightseeing in Naggar

Jagatipatt is a small wooden temple in the Naggar Castle premises of Kullu region. The highlight of the temple is a slab of 5' x 8' x 6" in extent. The temple is an example of Himachal architecture.

According to the legend, the gods and goddesses decided to construct Naggar as a divine seat. Thus, an interesting legend revolves around the temple as well. They changed into bees and cut the slab from Drag Dhank of Bhrigu Tung peak. Locals also believe that the deities gather here for protecting the people from calamity.
 

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  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Day
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Temple inside the castle

Here, a rectangular slab stone is worshipped as god and it's believed to be the god of those kings who were around this castle in the early periods. Every morning, a priest comes here to do the morning rituals and, is a must see place to have an experience of the ancient ways of worship. If u r lodging at the castle, you may not pay for the entry, but otherwise you are supposed to take an entry ticket.

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