At the entrance to Bhootnath Bazar, 100m northwest of Indira Market, this 16th-century temple recently had its garish paintwork removed, showing off its fine stone carving to much better effect. It's the focal point…
This intricately sculpted 16th-century Shiva temple stands on the north bank of the Beas River, 150m east of the cremation ghats.
The Raj Mahal hotel's restaurant, with the option of eating out on a large, tree-shaded lawn, is delightfully peaceful for breakfast, and the animated best place in town for dinner.
This intricately sculpted Shiva temple (of unknown date, though it was restored around 1700) stands on the south bank of the Beas River, 150m east of the cremation ghats.
A highly colourful temple at the northern end of Bhootnath Bazar, not far from the banks of the Beas River.