Naggar is nearby destination at Manali situated on the left bank of river Beas at an altitude of 1852m, Naggar - an ancient town offers extensive views, especially to the North West of the Manali valley. Once Naggar was the former capital of Kullu . It was founded by Raja Visudhpal and continued as a headquarters of the State until the capital was transferred to Sultanpur (Kullu) by Jagat Singh in 1460 A.D. Now days this ancient picturesque and beautiful Palace is a popular tourist destination .
Nearest airport is at Bhunter (near Kullu) 36 km from Naggar.
By road Kullu is 25 km and Manali is 21 km..
In winter heavy woolens are recommended and in summers the temperature is pleasant and cottons are suggested.
Naggar , jagatipatt temple is just upper courtyard of the castle, there is a small temple - a small square structure which contains "Jagtipatt" a slab of stone measuring 5'x8'x6" which is said to have been brought from a place near Vashisht by honey bee. Local deities usually gathered here to meet during festive occasion in Kullu.
this temple at the foot of small bazaar below the Naggar Castle ,Gauri shankar Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. This is a one of the charming example of architecture and carving of its particular period. Recently its become a monument with heritage status.
This pagoda shaped wooden temple is situated in the upper part of the village.
Is famous by the name of Russian Prof. Late Nicholas Roerich, a reputed artist had chosen Naggar as his residence when he came to India in 1929. The house has now been converted in an art gallery which houses numbers of rare paintings and other specimen of art. This art Gallery is open for all visitors.