KAMRUNAG Situated at a height of 3,334 Mtr. Kamrunag is known for the lake and the temple besides the lake. View of Dhauladhar Range and Balh Valley adds to the scenic beauty of the spot where the lake and pent roof temple of Dev Kamrunag is surrounded by thick forests of deodar. As per tradition, Kamrunag is the King Yaksha of Mahabharta and was worshiped by Pandavas. There is a tradition of offering gold, silver and coins in the lake by devotees on the fulfillment of their wishes by Dev Kamrunag. It is not possible to estimate the quantity of gold ,silver and coins of other metal that lie at the bottom of the lake. For nature lovers, visit to Kamrunag is a visit to paradise. It takes 3 to 4 hours to complete the on foot journey from Rohanda to Kamrunag on a steep mountain path of about 6 Km.

Photo Gallery

  • Ancient stone sculpture of dev kamrunag
  • View of Temple in winters
  • Temple of Dev Kamrunag

How to Reach:

By Air

The nearest Airport is at a distance of about 104 Kilometers situated at bhuntar in District Kullu, HP.

By Train

The nearest Rail Link is Narrow Gauge line at Joginder Nagar situated at a distance of about 101 Kilometers.

By Road

Kamrunag Lake is accessible by road from Sundernagar-Rohanda 35 Kms (by road) and after that Rohanda-Kamrunag 6 Kms (on foot journey) MANDI TO ROHANDA IS 47 Kms.