Some of the main temples of Jageshwar Dham are the Dandeshwar Temple, Jageshwar Temple, Surya Temple, Kuber Temple, Chandi ka Temple, Mritunjaya Temple, Nanda Devi Temple and the Kuber Temple. Among the temples, the Mritunjaya Temple is the oldest one. The main temple in Jageshwar site was supposedly constructed in 12th or 13th century. Two big size idols of Dwarpalas stand on either side of the main entrance – they are called Nandi and Skandi. One four-armed dwarpala holds a skull in one of his hand, a rosary in other, a fruit in yet another and the fourth hand cradles an object. The left dwarpala is similar but differs in holding a serpent in his hand instead of the skull and other items. The Jageshwar temple site attracts a few hundred pilgrims and visitors every day. It remains a part of the Hindu sacred geography, particularly for the central Himalayan region. During Jageshwar Monsoon Festival which is held during the month of August and the Shivarathri Mela which is held in the spring season, the temple is full of pilgrims. So, if you want to explore the temple sites properly, it is better to avoid those times.