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Masroor Rock Cut Temple

Masroor Rock Cut Temple

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Masroor Rock Cut Temple is located 40kms away from Kangra in Himachal Pradesh. It is situated at a height of 2535 ft above the sea level. There are 15 rock cut temples located in this place. All are constructed between 6th century and 8th century.   What to see in Masroor Rock Cut Temple: It is temple complex located on a hill. This temple complex consists of 15 temples. Some of the temples resemble like Kailashnath Temple at Ellora in Maharashtra of Tamilnadu. These are most beautiful rock cut temples in India. Visitors can see unique monolithic structure of the temples. Main Idols of the temple are Rama, Sita and Lakshmana.   Temple complex consists of most beautiful pond in the shape of rectangle. This Pond is always filled with water throughout the year. In the middle of the temple complex Thakurwara can be seen. It is most attractive carved shrine black stone. Images of Rama, Sita and Lakshmana are most beautifully carved on this black stone. These images are facing east. From this temple complex visitors can have a view of Dhauladhar ranges. This ranges looks so attractive which covered with snow. Local people believe that these are built by Pandavas during their period of exile.   What to see around Masroor Rock Cut Temple: Kangra: This is the best place for trekking lovers. It is located 40kms away from the temple. Major attractions of this place are Al Hilal, Naam Art Gallery, Brijeswari Temple, Baijnath Temple, Chamunda Devi Temple. Mcleod Ganj: It is also known as Upper Dharmasala. This town is named after David McLeod who is former Governor of Punjab. It is the residence place of Tibetan Spiritual Leader, The Dalai Lama. McLeod Ganj Attractions are Tsuglagkhang, Tibet Museum, Kalachakra Temple, Regional Mountaining centre, Tibetian Children village. It is located 46kms away from the temple. Dharmasala: Main attraction of Dharmasala is Tibetian Architecture. Buddha Purnima is a famous festival celebrates in this place. Dharmasala Attractions are Dal Lake, Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Billing Adventure, Tsuglagkhang. It is located 51kms away from the temple.   Palampur: Palampur is green hill station in Himachal Pradesh. This place is surrounded by Pine Forests and Tea Gardens. Town name...

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