Bering Nag Temple

Bering Nag Temple, Sangla

Bering Nag Temple
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Globe trotter
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates341 contributions
Beri Naag temple
Jul 2021
This is a local temple in Sangla, consists of a Buddhist monastery, wooden architecture beautifully carved. We could not enter in to the temple, as some local festival was going on. We took few pics in the temple with local guys and moved ahead.
Written August 15, 2021
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sandeep k
Varanasi, India251 contributions
Temple of the local deity
Apr 2019 • Friends
This is the temple of the local deity situated in the center of the village . It forms the central point of all the functions and religious activities.
Written February 19, 2020
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Madhurima Darisi
18 contributions
Our lucky day, when we witnessed a festival
Oct 2019
Though we were totally unaware of the co-incidence, we reached Sangla on the day that symbolises "Karthik Paurnami". As we snacked on the amazing hot jalebis at one of the local shops in the evening, the owner told us that there was a Pooja going on at the temple and it would be a perfect opportunity for us to see the culture of Kinnaur.
The Himalayan mountains house an interest plant, "Brahmakamal". It is a white flower, that blossoms only once every year, just for one hour. The Kinnauris believe, that on that day, their God descend on the land. The villagers climb up the mountain to get the Brahmakamal from the mountain. Amidst the clanging of cymbals and beating of the drums, they adorn their idol with the flower.
We were very lucky, to witness this elaborate ritual from start to end on that day. I asked one of the villagers, when do they celebrate this festival, to which they replied, that God tells them when they should perform the ritual.
Written December 8, 2019
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Rohit Parashar
New Delhi, India289 contributions
Very old historic temple, in Sangla village!
Jun 2018 • Family
It is few hundred stairs down the Sangla village main market. We visited many Kinnauri shawls maker's handlooms in the Village while coming back from the temple. That is also a must see if you are visiting this place.
Written March 3, 2019
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subratanayek
Kolkata (Calcutta), India41 contributions
It's a place to visit
Jun 2018 • Family
The temple is located almost at the bank of Baspa river. You have to walk down a long way to reach the temple. There is one monastery at the same complex. Both the temple and the monastery stand side by side. The monastery was opened by His Excellency Dalai Lama.
Written June 11, 2018
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abhinavhere4
Bangalore District, India26 contributions
Holy place for the locals
May 2018
Ancient deity and beautify woodwork on the temple structure. A must see if you are there at Sangla. Open your shoes before you enter the temple premises.
Be ready for a short climb before you reach the temple.
Written June 11, 2018
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Arunverma
Amritsar, India2,078 contributions
Religion
Feb 2017 • Solo
Visited this place on way to Chitkul in February last year.
The famous Bering Nag Temple is the prime attraction in Sangla valley, which is visited by large number of people every year, especially between the months of August and September. It is a very important place of worship for Hindus, who visit the temple to attend its famous event the "Fulaich fair", which takes place every year between August and September.

This beautiful temple is dedicated to Lord Jagas, also known as Lord Shiva, whom the local people worship for the wellbeing of the village and its inhabitant. The tourists never miss to visit this exquisite temple destination, which is only a few kilometers away from Sangla. One can easily visit Sangla through a car or bus and then come to Bering Nag Temple, by following a simple trek of few kilometers.

Written January 18, 2018
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Samik B
Kolkata (Calcutta), India23 contributions
A place of pilgrimage
Oct 2017 • Family
One can find mentioning of this place in the HPTDC site as well but the timings of visit and even more the restrictions maintained by the Temple Authorities need to informed to the tourists before hand.
Written October 18, 2017
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Debasish G
New Delhi, India64 contributions
Just a temple which mostly remains closed
Jun 2017 • Family
Nothing extraordinary, just a tample which mostly remains closed. Its located at the heart of the Chitkul village.
Written June 28, 2017
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Kaushik_Basu_1969
Kolkata (Calcutta), India1,005 contributions
Nice attraction in Sangla
May 2017 • Family
This temple is located in a complex inside Sangla village alongwith the monastery. Nice architecture, worth a visit. We were told that going inside the temple is not allowed for outsiders but still its worth a visit.
Written June 4, 2017
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