Gopinath Mandir is an old Hindu sanctuary devoted to Shiva in Gopeshwar, Chamoli District, Uttarakhand, India. It is arranged in Gopeshwar town now part of Gopeshwar town. The sanctuary emerges in its engineering capability; it is bested by a glorious arch and the 30 sq ft sanctum sanctorum, which is aessible by 24 entryways. The remaining parts of broken icons found around the sanctuary affirm the presence of a few more sanctuaries in old occasions. There is a trident, in the yard of the sanctuary, around 5 m high, made of eight unique metals, which goes back to the twelfth century. It flaunts the engravings credited to Anekmalla, the ruler of Nepal who reigned in the thirteenth century.
Four short engravings written in Devanagri, which goes back to a later period, are yet to be deciphered, excepting one. Legend is that the trident got settled in this spot, when Lord Shiva tossed it at Lord Kama to murder him. The metal of the trident isn't weathered by the components and this is a ponder. The legend goes that the trident had a place with Shiva who tossed it at Kamdeva to murder him and it got settled in this spot. It is trusted that while beast power can not move this Trident, the scarcest touch by a genuine fan can cause a tremor in it. The metal of the trident does not seem to have turned out to be weathered by the components throughout the century.