There is a small shikhara shrine in a village at Sajala near Dashal,
which also has images of Siva and Parvati. Jagatsukh village has a small shikhara temple
about eight feet high re-excavated by Howell, an Assistant Commissioner, in the
first decade of this century from the debris.
This temple is dedicated to Gaurishankar,
(the divine couple of Siva and Parvati). There is an icon of Durga killing the
buffalo-demon with a Triple Crown, four arms and the trishula (trident) in one of her
right hands striking down the buffalo demon. The Devi holds the tail of the buffalo by her
left hand. Unfortunately some portions of the icon are now broken but what remains is an
unbeatable specimen for high sculpture.
Here also the Devi's eyes are closed in a
calm manner typifying the endless and timeless spirit in complete unison with universe and
taking virtue and vice by a stride.The Dungri temple above Manali is dedicated to goddess
Hidimba where there are two small brass imagesof Durga, which are taken out to join the
Dussehra at Kulu. Somehow the deity Hidimba has been identified with Durga - one of the
strange permutations in Hindu mythology.