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BERING NAG TEMPLE, SANGLA

World India Himachal Pradesh Sangla Bering Nag Temple
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Bering Nag Temple is the most famous temple in the Sangla region of Kinnaur district and sees a plethora of pilgrims during August or September for Fulaich or Phulech Festival.
While visiting the temple one should follow norms as told by the priests.

Bering Nag Temple is dedicated to snakes that you see around shoulders of Lord Shiva. Temple constructed with just stones and wood has architecture is inspired by Buddhist Pagodas as the region has major influence from Tibetan Buddhism. Temple’s dome is supposedly made of gold and temple is believed to have lot of precious gems as well.

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Category
Historical, Pilgrimage
Languages
Hindi, English, Nepali and Lepcha
Altitude
2629m
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