Masroor Rock Cut Temples

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Masroor village located in approxmately in following co-ordinates ( 32° 4′ 22.87″ N 76° 8′ 14.87″ E ) is another point of interest neighboring Triund Hill and which houses 15 temples chiseled out of a hill rock-mass made up of Siwalik sedimentary rocks such as Sand stone, Silt stone and Clay stone since 8th century.

These temples are believed to be built during the period of Pandavs in exile and their visit to Himalayan region of Kangra. Monumental temples of Masrur are of Indo-Aryan style with affluent and creative sculptural decoration of that period and are almost similar to the rock cut temples of Ellora and Mahabalipuram. For complete detail go to Neighborhood page of Triundhill.com

 


2 Comments

KARTIK · November 28, 2017 at 9:09 pm

Can I trek Triund in Jan 2nd week??Have my own
Tent and sleeping bag..Extra gear to carry??

    Triund · January 5, 2018 at 11:31 pm

    Depends on fresh snowfall….

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