Bijli Mahadev Temple
"The sacred abode of Jagannathi devi, this temple is believed to have been constructed 1500 years ago. The deity in the temple is also known as Bhuweneshawari, who is considered as the sister of Lord Vishnu. The walls of the temple are carved with the images of Durga and the temple as such reflects the local architecture. \nLike all other temples in India, this beautiful shrine is also linked with a legend. It is said that once a shepherd boy accidentally noticed that two girls danced to the tune of his magical flute and he caught hold of one among them. The goddess revealed her identity and agreed to settle in the village at Bekhli. \nThe Jagannathi Devi Temple or the Bekhli Temple is perched at an altitude of 1800 meter. The 90 minutes ascend to the top is rewarded with the panoramic views of the surroundings and the holy dharshan of the gorgeous deity. The idols in the shrine show Rajasthani and Gaddi tribal influences."
Jagannathi Devi Temple (Bekhli Temple)
"Raghunath Temple, with seven shrines each with its own Sikhara, is one of the largest temple complex of north India. It is located in Jammu in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. The temple was built during the period 1835-1860 by Maharaja Gulab Singh and his son Maharaja Ranbir Singh. The temple has many gods, but the presiding deity is Rama, an Avatar of Vishnu.\nOn 30 March 2002 two suicide bombers attacked the temple. Seven persons, including three security forces personnel, were killed and 20 were injured. While the Hindus were performing puja in the temple complex on 24 November 2002, a fidayeen attack by terrorists took place, when two suicide bombers stormed the temple. This attack resulted in the deaths of 13 devotees and injuries to several more."