The Bageshwarvi Devi Temple was constructed in the 11th century which is dedicated to Hindu Goddess Vajreshwari. This temple shows the peak architectural style with its magnificent carvings. A person coming here in one of the two pillars placed outside the temple will get information about the construction of the temple. At the exit of the temple, Goddess Durga is a quadrangle idol in which Goddess is shown riding a lion.
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If you want to reach Kangra fort by car and Taxi we provide the best service at an exclusive price our car rental also for Kangra Fort. Taxi Hire for Chamunda Devi Temple.The Kangra Fort is also known as the city coat. Which was constructed by the main Sahi family of Kangra. Located at an altitude of 350 feet above sea level, this fort is spread over an area of 4 kilometers. Where this fort is situated today it is also called old Kangra. It is situated at a distance of 3 kilometers from the city of Kanga, as it is beautiful as the fort is also its historical significance. This fort is described in Mahabharata and it has been said that even when the great Greek ruler Alexander invaded here, this fort was also present here. This fort is built near two major rivers Banganga and Manjhi. This fort is surrounded by two huge and thick walls. To go to this fort, first, the visitor will have to pass through a small verandah where the fort will fall in its path by two chiefs. It is said that this fort is of Sikh period and it is also known as Pattak or Ranjit Singh Gate. On the top of this fort, the person can go through Ahini and Amiri Ahini. The first Governor of Kangra, Nawab Alif Khan, had built the gate of this fort. Visitors coming here can also see the tower of the watchtower, the Lakshmi Narayan temple, and the Adinath temple.