The temples confront upper east, towards the Dhauladhar scope of the Himalayas. The Masrur Temples, likewise alluded to as Masroor Temples or Rock-cut Temples at Masrur, is a mid eighth century complex of shake cut Hindu temples in the Kangra Valley of Beas River in Himachal Pradesh, India. They are a iant of North Indian Nagara design style, committed to Shiva, Vishnu, Devi and Saura conventions of Hinduism, with its surviving iconography likely enlivened by a henotheistic system.
A significant part of the Masrur's temple's figure and reliefs have been lost. In spite of the fact that a noteworthy sanctuaries complex in the surviving structure, the archeological examinations propose that the specialists and designers had a significantly more ambititious design and the intricate stays deficient. They were additionally very harmed, in all probability from tremors.