Religious Dalhousie

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  • Bara Pathar Temple

    Bara Pathar Temple

    If you happen to visit Dalhousie in the month of July, you must visit Bara Pathar Temple as a grand festival is celebrated in the honour of the goddess, Bhulwani Mata. This famous temple is located in village Aha, on the way to Kalatop. Nestled amidst the forest, this temple ...

  • Norwood Paramdham

    Norwood Paramdham

    Bordered by deodar trees and perched on the upper side of Bakrota Hill, Norwood Paramdham was the religious abode of Swami Satyanand in 1925 who wrote many religious books during his stay at this house. It is known that he meditated here and took his last breath here and since ...

  • St Patrick’s Church

    St Patrick’s Church

    If you happen to visit Dalhousie on the weekend, do visit St Patrick’s church on Sunday as the authorities conduct a weekly service that is attended by locals and tourists alike in huge number. Just 2 kilometres from the bus stand in Dalhousie; this Catholic Church stands out with its ...

  • Hariraya Temple

    Hariraya Temple

    Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, Hariraya Temple houses the bronze image of four-armed Lord Vishnu in its three avatars- human face, boar face and lion face. The deity is embellished exquisitely with rings, armlets, mukut (head gear), beaded necklaces and kundals. Another image of Lord Vishnu worth admiring is the one ...

  • St John’s Church

    St John’s Church

    Dedicated to St. John, this church was the first building that was constructed by some missionaries in 1863 when the town of Dalhousie was found. It houses a stained glass painting of Jesus along with St. John and St Peter. The church conducts service every Sunday. Whether you are a ...