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Address: Naldehra, Karsog-Shimla Road, Mandi, India

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breathtaking views of terrace gardens surrounded by mountains

this is a small temple built on a ridge @ the end of the village 4 km from Churag . it is located around 10 km from HOTEL MAMLESHWAR CHINDI & the route is very scenic as it... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

this is a small temple built on a ridge @ the end of the village 4 km from Churag . it is located around 10 km from HOTEL MAMLESHWAR CHINDI & the route is very scenic as it traverses thick pine & deodar forests .It is @ the topmost point of the region. it is dedicated to Karan & is... More 

Thank RajeevDr
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Reviewed July 28, 2016 via mobile

Jai Mahunag ji Mahunag temple is dedicated to Naag devta in Mandi district. It is on a small hill surrounded by the high hills. View of this valley is very nice.

Thank jaysaru
National Capital Territory of Delhi, India
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Reviewed December 15, 2015

A separate route goes to this temple and ends just below the temple and no roads thereafter. Temple dedicated to Karn and is one of a kind.

Thank rk92b
Nashik, India
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Reviewed October 22, 2015

The road to Mahunag temple is curvy and through thick forest, providing a wonderful scene of valley. Location of temple is good; it's on a ridge at the end of a little village. Offers great view of mountains and valley

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Mandi, India
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Reviewed July 9, 2015

Sri Mahunag is situated on 12km from Mandi-tatapani- Shimla road bifurcation at 4th km from Churag. Sri mahunag is a main deity of the valley as well as old Suket state and is revered by all. Beautiful location and well maintained temple worth to see in this Karsog Valley.

Thank lkkapoor
Shimla, India
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Reviewed July 1, 2015

Firstly the picture on display is Kamaksha devi, not Mahunag. The actual name is Mool Mahunag temple, It is about 10 kms beofre Chindi in Karsog and about an hours drive from Tattapani. There is a big gate on your right, which you might just miss. Another 12kms will take you to this temple. It is a very old temple,... More 

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Reviewed May 30, 2015

very beautiful place to visit,.... i visit this place in 2011 with a group of friends.... we enjoyed the beauty of the area. as well as the temple. dedicated to Naag Devta.. Love to Visit there again...

Thank HarishkSharma

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