Baijnath

baijnath

Baijnath complex is situated 17 kms from Kausani. Baijnath Temple complex has many historic ruins. An intricate and slight carving makes the temple magnificent. Visiting Baij Nath Temple, Kausani located amidst the mountain ranges with the splendid sceneries around, can be an enchanting experience.
Known to be specked with auspicious pilgrimage destinations in Uttarakhand all over, the place is rightly named as the abode of Gods. 53 kms north of Almora, Kausani is a magnificent hill station replete with picturesque and splendid views. The 300 km wide view of the Himalayas is spectacular.

Kausani is nestled amongst deep pine forests, on a hill top where the view of the snow capped Trishul and Nanda Devi is so clear that one feels the snow is at a touching distance. It is a 12th century temple on the banks of Gomti River. At an elevation of 1126 m. in the Garur valley of

It is a 12th century temple on the banks of Gomti River. At an elevation of 1126 m. in the Garur valley of Katyur is the complex of Baijnath Temple. Built by the Katyuri kings there are ancient temples of Shiva, Ganesh, Parvati, Chandika, Kuber, Surya and Brahama. The Baijnath Temples dating back to the 12th and 13th century are constructed of stone. The temple complex exhibits the amazing architecture of the age. The main temple that houses the beautiful idol of Parvati is chiseled in black stone. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Shiva and Parvati were married at the confluence of River Gomati and Garur Ganga.

Baijnath Temple, located at a distance of 19 kms from Kausani, is one of the tourist attractions in Uttarakhand  In Kumaon region, Baijnath is amongst the famous place for its remote antiquity and historic importance.