The majestic Laxmi Narayan Temple is a tenth century old building dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. Situated close to the Dalhousie Town, the Laxmi Narayan Temple is one of the most popular sights in Dalhousie that houses 3 different shrines like Gauri Shanker Temple, Shiva Temple of Chander-Gupta, and Radha Krishna Temple.
The beautiful Laxmi Narayan Temple changed into constructed all through the 10th century with contributions from the Rajahs of Chamba. It is assumed that Raja Balabhadra made the idol of Garuda and Raja Chhatra Singh decorated the temple tops. Also, there may be a mythical story connected to the temple, which says that 8 of Raja Sahil Verma's sons had been killed in their search for appropriate marble to build the temple.
The eldest son- Yugkara effectively convey the marble with the help of a saint. The Laxmi Narayan Temple resembles the Shikhara style of architecture with a Garb Griha, Shikhara, and a Mandapa. The roof of the temple became designed to maintain the heavy snow fall, that is commonplace within the months of December and January. Inside the temple, there's a prime idol of Lord Vishnu, that's made using a rare piece of marble that has a glittering appearance.