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Hatkeshwari Temple

, Jubbal

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Believed to be built by the legendary Pandavas, the Hatkeshwari Temple is famed for its ethnicity and good craftsmanship. Though there are different versions prevalent among the locals about its age, the expert opines that this should be constructed during the period between 800 and 1000 AD. Later in the 19th century, the Jubbal rulers renovated this.

The temple enshrines a two storied pagoda style structure, which is set in the midst of deep deodar woods. Sanctum sanctorum of the temple and the idol of Hatkeswari remain unaffected with renovations. The temple premises encompass five shrines of various deities.

Though the temple never witnesses large crowd, the villagers have strong faith in this deity. Soothing environ of the temple looks more ethereal in the evenings when the precincts of the shrine is filled with the fumes and flames of the evening aarti.
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Jubbal – Paths And Princes

  by Akshay Balraj  on Apr 21, 2010
Jubbal is a perfect holiday destination with a combination of vast landscapes, thick woods, and splendid buildings. Two eyes are not enough to see the beauty of this place!
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