The alluring Sharvari temple is a must to visit in Manali, which offers a peek into the culture and history of the hill stations of Kullu Manali. 5 kilometer away from the main market, the Sharvari temple is above the village of Shaminallah. The walk to this temple is not too difficult and quite scenic. The deity of the temple is said to be an indication of Durga Devi and is actively worshipped there. Packed in ancient history, the temple is known to be a momentous place of worship. During the colorful festival of Dussehra which is celebrated with much devotion and vigor in Manali, the idol is taken to Kullu in a colorful cortege to meet Lord Raghunathji.
... Ma Sharvari Devi is one of the most popular ancestral deities of the Kullu Kings and also a demonstration of Durga Devi. The beautiful location of the Sharvari Temple in Manali makes it one of the must-visit tourists' attractions in Kullu Manali. The spectacular views of the temple are bounded with calm and serene mountains and hills that look absolutely fascinating during the winter months when the entire place is capped with a thick blanket of snow. The best time to visit this alluring temple is during the Hindu festival of Dussehra when the celebrations are at their best.
Q. What Maa Sharvari Temple is famous for?
Ans. Maa Sharvari Temple is famous for its magnificent architectural design and picturesque location.
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