Jawalamukhi is a Shakti peetha town and a nagar parishad in Kangra area in the Indian province of Himachal Pradesh. Hindu family history registers at Jawalamukhi, Himachal Pradesh are kept here. It has a normal height of 610 meters 2,001 feet. Jwalamukhi is a renowned sanctuary to the goddess Jwalamukhi, the divinity of flaring face. Raja Bhumi Chand Katoch of Kangra, an extraordinary lover of goddess Durga, longed for the holy place and the Raja set individuals to discover the whereabouts of the site. The site was followed and the Raja fabricated a sanctuary at that area.
The building is present day with an overlaid vault and apexes, and has a wonderful collapsing entryway of silver plates. Under the look of the Dhauladhar mountain range and set in the midst of the undulating slopes that character sub-Himalayan Himachal Sati's tongue is accepted to have fallen at Jwalamukhi and the goddess is show as modest flares that consume gaps in the well established shake.
The Jwalamukhi holy place as a Shakti Peeth. It is trusted that Sati Devi's tongue fell here. Shakti Peethas are holy places of Devi, the primordial Mother Goddess. Every Shakti Peetha has a place of worship for the Shakti and Bhairava. Siddhida Ambikais the Shakti and Unmatta Bhairava is the Kalabhairava. The Daksha yaga and Sati's self immolation had huge hugeness in forming the old Sanskrit writing and even had affect on the way of life of India. It prompted the improvement of the idea of Shakti Peethas and there by reinforcing Shaktism.