Lakshmi-Narayan Mandir, situated on the banks of Triveni Theerth, is one of the famous pilgrim spots nearby Somnath. The temple is famous for the carvings on its 18 pillars which have the sacred message of Krishna in the form of Bhagwadgita. It is situated near the Gita Temple and is visited by thousands of devotees every year. The temple is constructed by Raja Sahil Verma.
Built in modern Indian architectural style, Lakshminarayan temple is another beautiful temple in Somnath. There are many idols of other Hindu Gods and Goddesses enshrined in the temple. Lord Lakshmi Narayan, a manifestation of Lord Vishnu, is the presiding deity in this temple. The temple is 2.4 km from Somnath Railway Station. In the walls of this temple, 24 Avatars of Lord Vishnu was represented. Lakshmi-Narayan Mandir, dedicated to Lord Lakshmi-Narayan Vishnu, is said to be a replica of Lakshmi-Narayan temple of Badrinath. According to tourists, the temple is marvellous and fantastic.
The other places to visit along with the Laxminarayan Temple in Chamba are Champavati Temple, Vajreshwari Temple, Sui Mata Temple, Chamunda Devi Temple, Bhuri Singh Museum, Rangmahal, and Chowgan and Bhuri Singh Museum.