Sri Chamunda Peeth

It incorporates the Shiva and Shakti temples as these mighty and majestic Himalayas are said to be the abode of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati.
An Akhand Dhuni (Eternal Flame) stays lit in the temple of Devi Chamunda. The Tantra values have also been carefully preserved in this temple in the form of the Shri Yantra, which is made of 8 metals (Ashtadhaatu).
The local inhabitants of the mountains from high in the north to the other end in the northeast praise and worship the 3 main divine powers – Naag devta, Ghantakarna and Lord Bhairav. All the three gods find a place in the premises.
Also in the ‘Dhyan mandir’ (Meditation Room) one will find a wonderful depiction of the ‘oneness’ of divinity, with Shirdi Sai Baba seated between two religious insignias from Mecca and Bethlehem.