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Naggarís (Nagar) interesting castle sits high above Katrain. With a pleasant, unhurried atmosphere, it is good place to stop a while. It is also an entry for treks to Malana.

      

Sights The castle (early 126 century) withstood the earthquake of 1905 and is a fine example of timber-bonded building of Western Himalayas. Probably build by Raja Sidh Singh, it was used as a royal residence and state headquarters until t he 17 century when the capital was transferred to Sultanpur (Kullu). It  continues as a summer place until the British arrived In 1846, when it was sold to Major Hay, the first Assistant Commissioner who Europeanized part of it, fitting staircases, fireplaces et cetera. This quaint castle/fort is built around a courtyard with verandahs.

 
     
 

A strange mythology says that the deities of the world decided to make Naggar the celestial seat. "Jagati Patt" is a slab of  kept in a small temple in the Naggar Castle premises. Local deities assemble here for protecting the people from any calamity whenever the need arises.  

 
     
 

One of the attractions in Naggar town is Uruswati Himalayan Folk Art Museum, Naggar. This folk art museum was founded by Professor and Madame Nicholas Roerich in 1928,  where history, ethos, the traditions of the Himalayan region and the Tibetan medicines were studied.

 
     
 

It was renamed as Uruswati Himalayan Folk Art Museum in 1993. The museum preserves paintings made by Roerich and also those made by Indian and Russian artists.

The timing of museum  is from 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. throughout the week. It is situated 100 m uphill Roerich Art Gallery.

 
     
 

Tripura Sundri Temple is a mysterious, ancient type temple with wooden structure having three storeys. It's top most storey has a canopy with a Kalash (pinnacle). The architecture and style of this temple resembles that of Hadimba Devi at Manali.

 
 

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