District Gazetteer of Kangra has the following observations
regarding the Baijnath Temple :
of the most remarkable monuments of the Bias valley
is the temple of Baijnath. The village of that name
is situated 23 miles east of Nagarkot, as the crow flies,
close to the Mandi border and on the main road which
leads from the Punjab plains through Kangra, Kulu, Lahul,
and Ladakh to Central Asia.
is in reality the appellation of the chief temple dedicated
to SivaVaidyanatha ("Lord of Physicians")
which has know the Village itself. The original name
of the village was Kiragrama.The Baijnath temple is
orientated due west. It consists of a puri or adytum,
8 feet square inside and 18 feet outside, surmounted
by a spire of the usual conical shape, and cf a mandapa
or front hall, 20 feet square inside, covered with a
low pyramid shaped roof.
: This temple was constructed during the 10th
century at the time of kiong Sahil Verma. In this complex,
there are five other main temples namely Radha Krishna,
Chandra Sekhara Mahadev, Gaurishankara, Tryambakeshwara
and Laxmi Damodara. They are artistically decorated
and all ahave been built in the Nagar style. There are
also some other small temples in the complex, there
is a galaxy of temples in Chamba which are dedicated
to HariRai, Champavati, Bansigopal, Ram Chandra, Bajreshwari,
Chamunda, Narisingh and Yogi Charpat Nath etc.
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