Khajjiar may be very well-known for Kajji Naga Temple, which is in near proximity to the famous Khajjiar Lake. The temple stands decked with a golden dome and spire because of which it's far called 'Golden Devi' temple. It dates returned to the twelfth century AD shrine committed to Naga- the lord of serpents and you'll constantly discover severa idols of snakes at this area. This temple has a super blend of Mughal and Hindu types of structure as contemplated inside the wooden carvings at the ceilings and wood posts.
It has photo carvings representing the Kauravas who the hideaway by using the Pandavas. The dome-shaped temple is made of slates domestically made from limestone quarries and adjoins different shrines of Shiva and Hadimba too. The Khajji Nag Temple is constructed in pahari fashion and the pics of the five Pandavas- Yudhishtra, Bhim, Arjun, Nakul and Sahdev are fantastically made from wooden strand within the corners of the Mandapam of the shrine. The antique exercise of goat sacrifice continues to be practiced at this temple.