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Mata Ka Mandir on Hatu Peak Road
India

This small shrine dedicated to the Godess Kali (Mata Ka Mandir) is located off the Hatu Peak road 5 Kilimetres from Narkanda in Shimla district. The resort of Agyaat Vass is a 10 minute walk from this location while Hatu peak is another 1000 feet up the mountain.

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Tags: mata. mandir; hatu; peak; himalayas; himachal; agyaat vaas; temple; shrine; road; snow; winter; mountain
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