(13 km): by the banks of the Beas - and on the Kullu-
Manali highway- Himachal Tourism runs an adventure and
TEMPLE: In the upper courtyard of the castle there
is a tiny temple -a small square structure which contains
"Jagtipatt" a slab of stone measuring 5'x8'x6"
which is said to have been brought from a place near
Vashisht by honey bee. This is also place for meeting
of local deities of Kullu.
SUNDRI TEMPLE: This pagoda shaped wooden temple
is situated in the upper part of the village. This is
also a rare examples of architecture.
ROERICH ART GALLERY: Prof. Late Nicholas Roerich
and illustrates interestingly reputed artist had chosen
Naggar as his residence when he came to India in 1929,
the house has now been converted in an art gallery which
houses many numbers of rare paintings of Roerich and
other specimen of art. The gallery is open for visitors.
SHANKAR TEMPLE: At the foot of small bazaar below
the Castle is the Gauri shankar Temple dedicated to
Lord Shiva. There is a charming example of architecture
and carving of its particular period. Now a protected
AND ADVENTURE: The Kullu Valley has numerous places
for trout fishing. These includes Katrain, Raison, Kasol
and Naggar; then along the river Tirthan near Larji,
in the Sainj valley and in the Hurlakhund. The valley
is the nucleus of several trek routes. Some major ones
are over the chanderkhani Pass to Malana village, over
the Jalori Pass or Bashleo Pass to Shimla, and over
the Pin parvati Pass to Sarahan. the river Beas offers
excellent opportunities for white water rafting.