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Bhurshing Mahadev Temple

If you are looking for a short one-day trip, Bhurshing Mahadev is the ideal place, and the temple is located in the District Sirmaur of Himachal Pradesh at the height of 1870 meters above sea level. The temple is also known as the Bhureshwar Mahadev Temple. It is a magnificent temple established over the hill in memory of local goddess Bhur Singh and his sister Dahi Devi.
The story behind the temple is that people believed that Lord Shiva and Parvati had discerned the Mahabharat from this site. Tourists can easily arrive at the temple by taking a 2 km trek from Panwa, around 8 KM from Sarahan on Dehradun State Highway. It is also joined by a joint road but withdraws it because of the cause of the poor state. You can have a breathtaking picture of Ghinni-Ghaad valley from the temple on the south side and the churdhar peak on the north side. The serenity and tranquility of the place please the tourists, so people don’t depart from witnessing such a place.
The Bhurshing Mahadev temple is located on a diversion road of two-three km. From Panwa, you can also take a small trek of two KM to the Bhurshing temple amidst pine trees and forest with a well-covered pathway. The weather of the place is lovely, with chilly breezes flowing almost during any time of the year. In summers, the site becomes grey and foggy, though.
The only thing that visitors find unpleasant is that there is no food point available at the place and there is no accommodation too, so you have to get down by the evening, and the area starts becoming dark and you may be lost your way. Overall the place is lit!
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Renuka Lake

Renuka Lake is located in Himachal Pradesh in its Sirmaur region. It is an elongated lake and is located about 671m above the MSL. It is a place that is fascinated by every tourist. The local people of the place claim that the lake is named after the mother of Lord Parshuram, who is considered the sixth avatar of Lord Vishnu. According to a popular local story, once a demon named Sahasarjuna killed Renuka’s husband name Jamadagini and tried to kidnap Renuka. To save herself, Renuka jumps into the lake. It is said that many other deities tried to take her out of the lake, but she decided to remain in the lake. After the death of Renuka, the lake name is kept after her.
On the left side of the lake, you can see a temple named Renuka temple which people believe it is built on the night of the eighteenth century.
The Bhurshing Mahadev temple is located on a diversion road of two-three km. From Panwa, you can also take a small trek of two KM to the Bhurshing temple amidst pine trees and forest with a well-covered pathway. The weather of the place is lovely, with chilly breezes flowing almost during any time of the year. In summers, the site becomes grey and foggy, though.
The only thing that visitors find unpleasant is that there is no food point available at the place and there is no accommodation too, so you have to get down by the evening, and the area starts becoming dark and you may be lost your way. Overall the place is lit!
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Historic Shiva Temple Mangarh

The Ancient old idols in Historic Shiva Temple Mangarh Sirmaur in Himachal Pradesh are 1200 years old. The temple is considered one of the ancient temples of the State. According to the local peoples and folk stories, the Temple and Idols were created by Pandwa through (Deport) Agyatwas period. If we believe in the fables of local people, Pandawa’s stayed several days in the Mangarh peaceful valley of the Himalayas, which was a dense forest.
The Mangarh village is located between Sarahan and Rajgarh Town of Sirmour District. The archaeological committee designated two operators in Temple prior few years to take care of the well-being of the place. It is a perfect stone temple of real classical projection.
As per the Archaeological Survey conducted by the Indian department, the temple is assignable to the 9th -10th A.D. The temple seems so elegant, and the structural treatment reflects the ideal projection of the early period of the post-Gupta period.
The Lalatbimba can be seen, decorated with flying Gandharvas, Dwarfish, dances, and musicians. The image of Siva is placed in the Garbha-griha, and other Gods and Goddesses bound it. The Historic Shiva Temple Mangarh is designed in the Nagara Shikhar custom, encompassing a Panchratha sanctum with an antarala. Also, a roomy pillared Mandap. The shrine is installed with curvilinear shikhara, depicting five rathas furnished with short chaitya windows.

The Churdhar Sanctuary

The Churdhar Sanctuary is one of the tourist places located in Sirmour district, Himachal Pradesh, attracting tourists to explore the place before getting back to their places. It is the highest peak in the outer Himalayas. The coverage of the area is 56.16 sq. km which was established in 1985. It is situated in the Sirmaur and Shimla regions. Churdhar is usually known as Churichandni, which means the Bangle of Snow. It is blessed with some of the most magnificent and majestic sceneries in this range.
However, Pilgrims visit the Lord Shiva temple and other nearby temples and enjoy holding over at the Churdhar Sanctuary to experience the wildlife adventure. The best time to visit the place is between April t June and October to November. Besides, the main wildlife attraction of the sanctuary is barking deer, black bear,leopards, musk deer.
It is considered that this is the right place where Hanuman found the life-saving Sanjivini booti, which recovered Lakshmana, who is the younger brother of Lord Rama. A treasure of herbs and stunning mountainous flora comprise these Himalayan hills. Walking through the wildlife sanctuary, you can witness the magnificent monal, a Himachal’s state bird, simultaneously koklass and kaleej pheasants.

Furthermore, you can also witness the canine-toothed musk bucks and the endangered Himalayan black bear residing in the higher woods. In contrast, the wind-blown Churdhar summit walks over the glacier, with moderate to heavy snowfall (average of 33 feet of snow).

Moreover, if you visit the place on a sunny day, there is a chance to witness the view of the Kedarnath and Badrinath.

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