Lakhamandal Temple

Entry : free

Address : Lakha Mandal Shiv Temple, Lakha Mandal, Uttarakhand, India

Why to visit Lakhamandal Temple

A historical and mythological site in India is an old Hindu temple located 100 kilometres from Chakrata. Lord Shiva is the temple's deity. The name Lakhamandal is derived from two words: lakha (Lakh), which means "many," and mandals, which means "temples" or "lingam." During their excavations, the Archaeological Survey of India discovered many artistic works. The Shakti Cult thinks that visiting this temple shrine will end their woes. Duryodhan attempted to slay the Pandavas Pandavs here, according to tradition and the Hindu epic "Mahabharata."

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By Aryan Prasad

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