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Sharvali Devi Temple
Ranked #19 of 22 things to do in Kullu
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Reviewed 28 May 2017 via mobile

Sharavali devi temple is great temple of kullu. great place for visit. must see location for everyone.

Thank Nikhil192
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Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

This is beautiful temple of Kullu. This is peaceful temple. This Temple is popular in tourist. Nice to visit.

Thank Palak15
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Reviewed 21 February 2017

Sharvani temple is the old temple of manali on shuru road in between pines tree near old arjun guffa which closed due to land slides i been there daily the pujari Jhave ram is veri nice person once we went there during that time pooja archna was going on by pandut tjave ram(sanju)

Thank Santosh P
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Reviewed 30 December 2015

It was day 9 of our trip and we left from Span at 1.10PM to cover our last destination - this was planned at the last moment. While passing through Raison, Katrain and Patlikhul during our trip to Jalori pass on Day 2, I noticed this virgin area. As we crossed the sleepy village of Patlikhul which is nestled amongst the apple orchards, and head into the bridge on the Fojal stream up on the horizon in the distant is the Fojal valley.

It is laced with lofty snow covered peaks spanning from left to right - at the first impression it looks as if a carpet of snow is spread around and it ready for high alpine skiing - the area is very prone to avalanches during winter season which reports heavy to very snow fall in these areas. After crossing the bridge, we took the mud track on the left and started our ascent - we were told by Rajiv that as we climb higher, the views will diminish as these peaks will then be towering over a low lying Karadsu village and will not be visible. However, he did also mention that before we descend, we will reach the point from where we will be able to view the peaks completely.

The drive was very dangerous - this was not a proper road, this was just a dirt track with very tricky bends - for a major part of the journey we drove in 1st gear. Eventually after nearly a gut wrenching drive of about 45 minutes we were standing atop the vantage point from where we could observe the Fojal valley and click in zoom mode. The place is well known amongst the locals for the revered deities including ‘The Maa Sharvali Devi Temple, ‘The Maa Jwala Temple’. These temples are very ancient and are bustling with scores of devotees during the annual fairs, needless to point out the the devotees undertake the arduous trek with great fervour and devotion.

Rajiv dropped us here and drove forward, as he was unable to reverse in this area, which had very very tight bends. We were alone here and clicked the last few snaps of our visit and then we just stood by admiring the beautiful grassland knolls and the lofty peaks above. We could see the weather change in the distant and the rain clouds gathering. It started to rain in the higher reaches and we witnessed absolutely dark clouds on the western horizon while it was bright and sunny on the eastern side - it was so contrasting and looked stunningly beautiful on both sides. A jeep loaded with passenger passed by and left behind a massive trail of dust and we kept wondering where is Rajiv. He came by in a while as we left, as it was not a comfortable area from standpoint of vehicle crossing was concerned. The drive downhill was very very scary, at all times we kept feeling that turtle down Fojal stream - the gradient was so steep done that we had to drive in 1st gear and the breaks. Finally we reached the bridge by about 3.05PM and heaved a massive sigh of relief that was evident on our faces as we all were laughing nervously about having made down safely. We then drove back to Span and reached by 3.20PM and then headed for lunch.

On the way Rajiv explained that Fojal will continue to remain elusive to the drive savvy tourist, as the power plant had already been constructed at the low lying area and the chances of having a flown blown road to Fojal were very very bleak. However we were not feeling about it, as how people would even be able to reach as near as we did - we could only be there for a short time owing to the driving conditions, but were satisfied that we were able to end our trip on a high with fabulous views of the Fojal valley.

Thank MotiThakur
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Reviewed 7 September 2015

I guess this temple is one of the ancient temple of Kullu. Well built and properly maintained. I like this one

Thank Fundoo007
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