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Nice mandir. It has good wooden carvings. The views are also good. The premises is kept clean. But they are very strict with belongings. Nothing is allowed inside the temple. They give free lockers to keep ur stuff. Covering ur head is compulsory. They provide...More
It’s a big temple. Nicely maintained. Visited early morning and was not crowded at all. The road to Sarahan is in bad condition. The main road is blocked and you have to take an alternate muddy country road. A 10 km stretch will take around...More
A place not to b missed if interested in architecture...one of a kind ....made up of wood mainly ...very less use of stones ...unique design not seen in other parts of himachal...roof similer to japanese temples...
Approachable road to temple is hell ...it is off...More
Neat and attractive temple, with good arrangements. The temple is on multiple levels, so you will need to climb quite a few flights of stairs to get to the upper chamber for darshan
A locker is available free of charge to store leather wallet, belt,...More
We were lucky enough to see the evening Arti, temple was beautiful amidst lush green valley, purely divine and serene,
Would like to go again and again for Maa kali blessings.
Temple is suitably located,
only thing is when we visited, Sarahan bridge was under...More
A beautiful temple using stone and wood, a must watch for anyone visiting Sarahan.You have to climb 3 storey to reach the place of worship. The atmosphere is peaceful and gives you a sense of divinity. Aarti timings are 6 and 9 in the morning...More
The Bhimakali Temple is the sole attraction in this small town hidden in the Himalays. The temple represents exactly what Sarahan does: peace and one with nature. From afar it actually feels like you have stumbled across some Disney castle.
The temple is a typical...More
Unlike most of the temples, Bhimakali temple maintains its existence with a tranquil environment. There is no rush, madly crowd, screaming of priests rather one will find a calm and serene environment. Here one can worship the goddess Kali in the midst of the natural...More
One can book room by simply calling up the Himachal pradesh tourism office (HPTDC) situated at Shimla and also at Sarahan. They reply very promptly on email also. The contact number of the said resthouse will be available to... More
One can book room by simply calling up the Himachal pradesh tourism office (HPTDC) situated at Shimla and also at Sarahan. They reply very promptly on email also. The contact number of the said resthouse will be available to HPTDC office, Sarahan. I would strongly recommend to go through the HPTDC official website. On spot booking of the temple guest house may also be available depending on the season.