Naggar Castle Road 1/4 by Tripoto
Pluto Panes
Krishna Temple: Across the Chaaki Nala, through fields of cabbage, this walk takes you up the village slopes. A shepherd dog joins in, as you meander along forest roads. Treading up the forsaken stream, resplendent with pebbles and rocks, watch sun rays shimmer on snow/capped peaks. Your path collides with the age-old, stone engraved Krishna Temple of Naggar. Its priest claims a holy legiance to the Pandavas. Shaded by a wooden parapet, its ancient stone walls cradle the idols of the gods. A bunch of daffodils attracts your eye, as you walk back through the shaded valley.
This impressive wooden castle was built in 1460 and offers spectacular valley views.