This famous temple, dedicated to goddess Kali, is held sacred by both Hindus and Sikhs, with throngs of devotees making a beeline for it, particularly on Saturdays. The monthly fairs, every ashtmi, and the annual fairs in April and October are extremely popular, drawing large crowds. The shrine’s most treasured possession is a collection of manuscript leaves, believed to have been written by Rishi Vyas, the composer of the epic Mahabharata. They were brought here by Maharaja Narendra Singh from the Badri Narayan Temple in Kinnaur. Another temple within the complex, dedicated to Shiva, is also very popular, especially on Mondays.