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Baijnath is a town in Himachal Pradesh, India. Its temple is one of twelve jyortilingas in India, and sees a large number of visitors each year.

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Baijnath, a small township in the Dhauladhar range of western Himalayas, 16 km from Palampur in the Kangra District of Himachal Pradesh is famous for its 13th century temple dedicated to Siva as Vaidyanath, ‘the Lord of physicians’. Originally known as Kiragrama, the town lies on Pathankot-Chakki-Manali highway (National Highway No. 20) almost midway between Kangra and Mandi. The present name Baijnath became popular after the name of the temple. The town is located on the left bank of the river Binwa, a corrupt form of ancient Binduka, a tributary of river Beas. (32° 3’ North lat. And 76° 41’ East long.)

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Shiva Temple Baijnath
  • 1 Baijnath Temple. A famous temple where Shiva is worshipped as a lingam of light.


World recognized paragliding site bir-billing is 12 km from here, you can have the fun of paragliding and some site seeing at local moanastory

and local market full of local handicrafts and world famous Kullu shawls.






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