The Bhootnath Temple is an old temple and one of the well known temple in Himachal Pradesh. The controlling god is the Great Lord Shiva and was fabricated when State Capital was moved from Bhiuli to display put. Bhootnath Temple, with a symbol of an appearance of god Shiva is synonymous with Mandi. The symbol of Nandi, the holy bull stands confronting the elaborate twofold curve of the haven. The shade, basement and mandap are etched with sensitive figures of elephants.
The Nandi, Shiva's mount, faces the divinity from the ornamented twofold angled passage. The temple worked in Shikhara style of structure, going back to the time of 1520 and was worked by Raja Ajber Sen in 1527 AD. The cutting edge places of worship that are close by are brilliantly painted. Raja Ajber Sen see the tale of a bovine showing milk individually volition to a specific stone in a forest. Lord Shiva is said to have showed up in the Raja's fantasy and guided him to extricate the Shiva Linga that was covered at that site.
Thereafter, the Raja found the Shiva Linga at the shown area, which he idolized in a temple that he developed in 1526, at the place it was found. He considered it the "Bhootnath Temple" and began the recognition of the Shivaratri celebration at mandi. Simultaneous with this occasion, the Raja moved his capital from Bhiuli to Mandi.