Mahunag Temple Overview

Ranked 3 of 6 sightseeing in Naldehra

Mahunag Temple is located in the midst of the famous Naldehra Golf Course, at a distance of 25 km from Karsog in Mandi District, Himachal Pradesh. The temple is lying at an elevation of 1830 m above sea level, on the Shimla-Mandi Highway. The temple of Mahunag is built in the Pahari style and is dedicated to Lord Karna, locally known as Mahunag. According to local people, Lord Karna’s blessings help them to solve legal matters and family disputes.

As per the historical records, the temple was built in 1664 by Raja Shyam Sen, who was a great devotee of Lord Karna. The temple is crowded on Sundays. Every year, a fair is held here on the day of Sankranti. The temple offers views of the Karsog Valley on one side and the northern Himalayas on the other.
 

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This small and beautiful place of worship is situated in the Naldehra Golf Course, and devoted to Karna The Lord Maha Nag, hence became Mahnug, as the Golf Course has surrounded the temple, so it leaves a great impression, and the devotees are always there though less in numbers. This temple was built by King Shyam Sen, Who was a believer of Karna, in 1664, an annual fest on Makarsankratri is organized, and on Sunday many locals and tourists are coming to have a insight. This Temple is built in Pahari style.

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