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Triloknath Temple In Mandi – Himachal Pradesh - Famous For Three Face Shiva Murti

Triloknath temple is located across the Victoria Bridge in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh. A Shikhara temple, the shrine dates to 1520 AD. The temple has an awe-inspiring life-sized depiction of the three-faced Shiva with his consort Goddess Parvati.

History Of Triloknath Temple

The temple was built in 1520 AD. The shrine was built by Sultan Devi who was the queen of the Raja Ajber Sen.

The temple pillars are noted for its exquisite capitals and carvings.

Outside, the walls have images of Hindu gods and goddesses, fantastic half-human figures, hunting scenes and other delightful carvings.

The Triloknath temple compound also has some large, free-standing carvings, a small water tank, and an enshrined Shivling – as well as a small, attractive patch of grass and flowers.

From the ramparts of Triloknath temple we can get a beautiful view of Panchavaktra temple.

The temple is under the jurisdiction of the Archeological Survey of India.




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