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Shri Ram Mandir

Consecrated in 1983, Shri Ram Mandir is a highly revered temple dedicated to Ram, Lakshman and Sita at Sidhabari in Dharamsala. The idols depict the form when they were in exile.

The architecture of the temple is a perfect blend between North and South Indian Culture. The tower is 40 ft high and is in the shape of a crown. It has three kalasas on the top representing the highest truth described in the scriptures. The black polished granite mandapam adds beauty to the entrance.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Kangra
Location: Dharamsala    


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