Hanot Hanot Mahasu Devta Temple
Hanot Mahasu Devta Temple is located on the Tuini-Mori road at Hanol. The temple is dedicated to Mahasu Devta. Lord Mahasu is the chief deity of this area and is worshiped in Hanot Mahasu Devta Temple by the people of Hanol and nearby villages. It is the ancient temple of Mahasu Devta built in the 9th century. The temple was constructed in Huna architectural style initially but, over the ages, acquired a mixed style. It is included in the Archaeological Survey of India list of ancient temple in Dehradun circle, Uttarakhand. Hanot Mahasu Devta Temple is on the Tuini-Mori freeway at Hanol.
The forehead is dedicated to Mahasu Devta. Expert Mahasu is the main deity of this position and is worshiped in Hanot Mahasu Devta Temple by the people of Hanol and nearby areas. It is the traditional forehead of Mahasu Devta developed in 9th 100 decades. The forehead was developed in Huna professional style at first but, over the age categories, acquired a mixed style. It is engaged in theArchaeological Research of Native indian history of traditional forehead in Dehradun variety, Uttarakhand Hanot Mahasu Devta Temple is on the the southeast part of lender of A lot River (Tamas) at Hanol city, near Chakrata, about 180 km from Dehradun and 78 km from Mussoorie.