Placed at a height of 2460m Bijli Mahadev, a sacred destination 14 Km to the south-east of Kullu and a 3 Km trek from
A beautiful meadow with an ancient Shiva temple, famous for its stone Shiva-Linga which shatters each time lightning strikes it, only to be resurrected by the pujari. The prospect from Bijli Mahadev is enthralling with a panoramic view of the Kullu and
The Bijli Mahadev Temple is truly an architectural marvel and is very well crafted. The entrance door consists of the stone statue of the Nandi bull that guards the temple. Every year during the Hindu months of Shravana, a fair is held in this temple. The temple offers a panoramic view of the Kullu and the Paravathi valleys and is nestled amidst the green Himalayas. The temple is situated at the hilltop and shines like a needle in the sun.
It is 14 km away across the