Kaleshwar Mahadev Temple is a noteworthy place of love for the general population of Lansdowne. The greater part of the general population from the overcome Garhwal regiment visit here to offer their petitions. Kaleshwar Mahadev sanctuary has the Shivlinga which is Swayambhu. According to the legend, on a Mahashivratri day, local people found that their bovines are missing and they later discovered them draining without anyone else in the give in upon a Shivlinga. Individuals additionally trust that around 5000 years prior, Sage Kalun ruminated here and this place was before known as Kaludanda after the Sage Kalun. It is the most seasoned sanctuary in Lansdowne and is accepted to be 500 years of age. At the point when the Garhwal Rifles achieved Lansdowne in 1887, the site just had the icon of Lord Shiva. In 1901, display structure of the sanctuary was raised and a Dharamshala was fabricated which is currently kept up by the Garhwal Regiment.