Bhagsunag Temple and Waterfall
Just when you cross the Bhagsunag market and just before the entrance for trek to Bhagsunag Waterfall, you will find this quaint shiva temple also known as Bhagsunag Temple.After visiting the temple, we left for waterfall. You need to hike for an hour or so to reach the temple, though it is easy and there is a proper way through stairs. You can also have some food at Shiva Café enjoying the view of waterfall.While returning, we roamed around the market near Bhagsunag temple. The market is quite decent and affordable with quite many options to buy clothes.Don't forget to try their local Bhagsu cake. You can easily get it on any local bakery in the market or at any café in the town.Cafes that you must try in McLeod Ganj
Less than 3KM from Mcleod's, Bhagus Nag waterfall is surrounded by stunning cliffs and trees. Nestled between the hills and waterfall, Bhagsu Nag Temple is one of the popular ancient temples of Lord Shiva.
The market was in front but not much thing to buy. It depends may be you will find good things but for us a big no. We took our lunch in a nearest restaurant. The food was nice and does not cost us much, approx Rs 2000 for 5 people. After lunch we went to watch water fall famous as "Bhagsunag water fall".
It had gotten crowded as we reached there. Parked our bikes and headed towards the falls. Saw the crowded region and clicked a selfie from the temple and decided not to get lost in the crowd. (Just a bad excuse for not walking the trail to the waterfall!)
A fall with breathtaking beauty in past.. Now it's too much commercialised.. There is an old Shiva Temple. The end point to this waterfall slightly fell short to our expectations but the beauty was the way to it. Keep an umbrella and try to wear shoes.. It's like walking with clouds and river