The Hadimba Temple is located in the hill station of Manali in Himachal Pradesh. Hadimba Devi is locally known as Dhungri Devi. Hadimba Devi Temple is positioned in the midst of the snow-covered hills of Manali. The Hadimba Temple is a unique tabernacle devoted to Hadimba Devi, who was the partner of Bhima and the mother of Ghatothkach.
The Temple has beautifully carved-out wooden doors with the base of the temple made up of whitewashed stone. Three square roofs are covered with timber tiles. And a fourth brass cone-shaped roof at the top makes it different from other temples.
A abbey-shaped roof and a frontal doorway covered with numbers and symbols. amazing and intricate wood busts with covers to the pillars, door posts, lintels, etc. Names are many that are enough to describe the deep enthusiasm of addicts towards Hadimba Temple in Manali.
It's an oasis of solitariness and tranquility amidst a gorgeous terrain, girdled by gorgeous cedar timbers with lookouts of altitudinous snow- limited mountains in the background. This beautiful sanctum is erected on a gemstone that's believed to be in the image of goddess Hadimba herself.
Beautiful hill station Manali in the state of Himachal Pradesh isn't only home to beautiful and romantic lodestones. But it also has a deep spiritual enthusiasm that's provoked by the most devoted tabernacle named Hadimba Tabernacle.