Chamunda Devi Temple is nestled in a spectacular position on the spur of Shah Madar range of hills and opposite to the Chamba town.
Chamunda Devi Temple is nestled in a spectacular position on the spur of Shah Madar range of hills and opposite to the Chamba town. It is a major holy place for pilgrims that sits on the bank of river Baner and just 15 km away from Dharmshala.
. It was built by Raja Umed Singh in the year 1762. It's the only wooden temple with gabled roof in Chamba. Earlier, the temple was accessed through a stone paved steep path that take 378 steps, but now travelers can reach by road as it is easily accessible and only 3 km away. Once you are here, you'll find the thick forests of Pathiar and Lahla that make it a perfect tourist attraction in Himachal Pradesh. The temple overlooks an enchanting view of the beautiful township, down the hill. This temple is dedicated to Goddess Kali, who is known as the Goddess of War.