Jagatipatt Temple is housed in Naggar fort’s open courtyard. This temple is very pretty and rich in structure. It is a stone-walled structure with triangular wooden roofs and complicated carvings on wooden windows. There is an interesting legend that says that the stone slab in the temple here was carried by honeybees that were an incarnation of all the deities.
A very striking characteristic of the temple when one is roaming in the courtyard of the Naggar Castle is the splendid wooden door that is nearly always closed. The Jagatipatt Temple commands respect among locals and in case of any natural calamities like earthquakes, human beings from close by villages gather right here to speak about the route of action. They also collectively carry out rituals and services to the gods inside the Jagatipatt Temple. Inside the temple, the ceiling includes timber carvings set in panels. The wooden beams are carved with sharp designs of fluid motifs with beautiful sample.