About Binsar Mahadev Temple
At a separation of 18 km from Ranikhet, Binsar Mahadev Mandir is an old Hindu temple arranged at Bisaona close Ranikhet in Uttarakhand. The temple is encompassed by thick deodar timberlands and lies at an elevation of 2480 m. This is among the most gone by temples in Uttarakhand. The Binsar Mahadev Temple is committed to Lord Shiva adored here as Bindeshwar.
The temple was worked in tenth century by King Pithu in memory of his dad Bindu, thus this temple is otherwise called Bindeshwar temple. The temple likewise houses the icons of Lord Ganesha, Goddess Gauri and Goddess Mahisasuramardini. The icon of Mahisasuramardini is engraved with writings in Nagarilipi which goes back to as ahead of schedule as the ninth century.
The temple is known for its fine engineering. It is trusted that Binsar Mahadev temple was worked in a solitary day. The surroundings of the temple offer lovely perspectives of new water springs and cedar woodlands. It is a one of a kind place for reflection and cookout.