Jwalamukhi Temple is an ancient temple situated in Pragpur and has the fame of being the Shaktipithas of India. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Jwalamukhi, the deity of blazing mouth, believed to be the appearance of Goddess Sati.
Devi is presented in the form of nine different flames, and temple has no idols. Each flame represents one Goddess, with the main one assumed as Goddess Kali. The other eight flames at different places in the temple symbolize Goddesses Saraswathi, Annapurna, Hinglaj, Chandi, Vidhya Vasini, Ambika, Lakshmi and Anjana.
It is believed that the spectacular gold umbrella of the temple was offered by Emperor Akbar and the huge brass bell by the King of Nepal.
The annual fairs conducted on March-April and September-October, during the Navaratri celebrations, is a major draw.