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Adi-Bramha Temple at Khokhan near Bhuntar in Kullu




Adi-Brahma Temple is located in village Khokhan just 4 km from Bhuntar towards north, on a link road starting from Shamshi moving towards the village Khokhan at about same elevation as of Dayar temple of Vishnu across the valley. It is a massive wooden structure. This temple has idols of Adi-Brahma Ji in the center and temple of ‘Garh-Jogni’ and ‘Manikaran-Jogni’ on left and right side of the temple.

In Hindu Pantheon, there are a large number of temples devoted to Vishnu and Shiva but very few to Brahma. Hence the Adi-Brahma temple built in wood and stone at Khokhan is of great importance. In Himachal Pradesh, another Adi-Brahma temple is at Tihri (Uttarsal) in Mandi district.

At Khokhan, the Adi Brahma has one “ashta-dhatu”, eleven silver and two brass mohras fixed in the 'rath' (rath: chariot or palanquin).

Approximate Distances from:
Kullu-Manali Airport at Bhuntar: 4 km
Kullu town: 8 km
Manali town: 43 km

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