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#3 of 6 Places To Visit in Kausani
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Katyuri Valley, Baijnath Town, Kausani, India
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30 minutes to 1 hour

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Baijnath temple, situated at distance of 17 km from Kausani, is a complex of archaeological ruins. It is a 12th century temple located at the banks of River Gomti. The ruins are located in Garur Valley where ancient temple of Lord Ganesh, Parvathi, Kubera and Brahma are present. The idol in main temple is chiseled in black stone. It is believed that the marriage of Lord Shiva and Parvati was performed at the confluence of River Gomti and Garur Ganga. There is a lake just outside the temple complex called Golden Mahseer with beautiful fishes in it. This heavenly abode of Gods is a popular destination for pilgrims. Situated amongst the snow capped mountains and surrounding natural beauty, a visit to temple is indeed an enchanting experience.


Kausani is a hill station nestled among the deep pine forests. One can see the skyscraping peaks of Trishul and Nanda Devi from Kausani hilltop. There is provision of good lodging and boarding under decent budget equipped with modern amenities. Garur, a Kumaon market, is present nearby temple where you can shop souvenirs from. It is the last recognised and biggest market in the region. Dive into spiritual experience as you visit this place of religion and sanctity.

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1 Baijnath Temple review
Saumya Srivastava
Saumya Srivastava
Mar 28 2014
I found it a bit scary and unhygienic. People come here to seek some of the healing powers possessed by Shiva.
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