Triloknath Temple is a sacred Hindu pilgrimage and is one of the oldest temples in Mandi. This pre-eminent temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Legends say that the temple in 1520 was constructed by Sultan Devi, who was the wife of Raja Ajber Sen. This Shiva place is popular for its three-faced Mahadeva idol. The shrine is situated on Mandi-Pathankot highway about one kilometre away from the new Mandi town. People believe that it is one of the most renowned Hindu Pilgrimage and people who worship on Mondays get their wishes and desires fulfilled.
Shrawan Maas and MahaShivratri are the festivals
celebrated with a great pomp and devotion every year. People come not only from
India but outside it to visit this sacred Shrine of Lord Shiva and to carry
water from the holy well. Dev-Diwali and Prodosh Vrats are also commemorated inside
the complex among the local devotees. Fairs have been organised and people
often fast on the night of Shivratri and sing hymns and praises in the name of
Lord Shiva. People believe that on this holy day Lord Shiva was married to