Jwalamukhi Devi Temple
Jwalamukhi is a prestigious haven to the goddess Jwalamukhi, the divine force of blasting mouth. Raja Bhumi Chand Katoch of Kangra, a great fan of goddess Durga, ached for the sanctified spot and the Raja set people to find the whereabouts of the site. The site was taken after and the Raja made an asylum at that location. The building is available day with an overlaid vault and zeniths, and has a brilliant caving in portal of silver plates. Under the look of the Dhauladhar range and set amidst the undulating inclines that character sub-Himalayan Himachal Sati's tongue is acknowledged to have fallen at Jwalamukhi andthe goddess is show as minor flares that burst an impeccable blue through crevices in the age old rck. The haven arranged on a little prod on the Dharamsala-Shimla road at a detachment of around 20 km from the Jwalamukhi Road Railway Station pulls in countless reliably. No symbol is arranged in the haven and the god is adored as flares which turn out from the opening of the stone. There is a little stage before the haven and a (check usage) colossal mandap where a monstrous metal ringer displayed by the King of Nepal is hung. For the most part deplete and water are offered and the ahutis or oblations are offered to the hallowed flares in the pit, orchestrated in the point of convergence of the haven amidst the floor sections supporting the roof.The heavenliness is offered Bhog of Rabri or thickened milk, Misri or treat, customary common items, milk. There is a mystic Yantra or layout of the goddess, which is secured with, shawls, adornments and mantras are exhibited. The puja has unmistakable "stages" and continues in every way that really matters the whole day. Aarti is performed five times in the day, havan is performed once consistently and sections of Durga Saptasati are exhibited. The asylum is closed from 11.30am to 12.30pm for Aarti.