In the valleys of Kangra, consume the nine unceasing flares of the Jwala Devi Mandir which pulls in Hindu travelers from all finished India. Otherwise called Jwala Ji, this compelling temple is arranged 34 km south of Kangra in Himachal Pradesh and 56 km from Dharamshala.
The temple is devoted to Jwala Devi, a type of the Holy Goddess herself. Because of the Her habitation in the nine unceasing flares of the temple, she is otherwise called the Flaming Goddess. This is a novel temple which does not have a symbol. It is trusted the Goddess dwells in the blessed flares of the temple which supernaturally consume day and night with no fuel from outside.