The Gauri - Shankar Temple is a hindu tempie in Naggar, India. Going back to twelfth century AD, this Shaivite temple is made in Shikhara style design. This old stone temple is committed to God Shiva and Goddess Parvati. It is pyramid formed with a raised stage, square construct and vault in light of the best. The stones are lavishly engraved with the figures of Lord Ganesha, a performer and artist and flowers. Gauri Shankar Temple is committed to Lord Shiva and acclaimed for stone carvings. The icons of Gauri and Shankar are set up on the platform, situated over Nandi. The sanctuary is encompassed by lavish and rich greenery disregarding the Beas River. Gauri Shankar sanctuary is confronting the valley side where one can see the ice secured pinnacles of Kullu valley.