Baijnath is a residential community on the banks of the Gomati waterway in the Bageshwar area of Uttarakhand, India. The place is most noted for its antiquated sanctuaries, which have been perceived as Monuments of National Importance by the Archeological Survey of India in Uttarakhand. Baijnath has been chosen as one of the four spots to be associated by the 'Shiva Heritage Circuit' in Kumaun, under the Swadesh Darshan Scheme of the Government of India.
The renowned capital of the Katyuri Kingdom in the medieval time of Indian history, Baijnath today is brimming with ruins having a place with that by run time with the delegated gem being the Baijnath Temple.
The sanctuary which is the pulse of the town and its most radiant ownership. It is devoted to Lord Shiva and was worked around the twelfth century. The sanctuary has stood the trial of time strikingly well and is all around safeguarded till date. It makes for a great outing trip for individuals remaining at Kausani and Almora.