In proper Naggar you will see three ancient Hindu temples: the temple of Gauri-Shankar (Parvati and Shiva), the temple of Vishnu, the temple of Tripurasundari (Mother Goddess, beautiful in three worlds). Quite easy foot routes along the mountain paths will lead you into the forest sacred places – Krishna temple, from where you can see a breathtaking valley view, Jiri temple, the place, where yogi Fauri Baba lived and carried out his tapas (secluded yoga practice). The villages of Nashala, Rumsu, Chadzhogi, Karogi will astonish you by their appearance of the grey old times. And wherever you go, you will meet open white-toothed smiles of local residents and a traditional Indian greeting – Namaste - accompanied by a soft bow and palms folded in front of the chest.
Tibetan Buddhist monasteries – Panga monastry, Kais monastery - will give you unforgettable impressions of contact with silent presence of Buddha, who was born in India, but whose teaching has gone far beyond its boundaries, having conquered the hearts of people in many countries of the world.
Silence and quietness of this heavenly place, the time, which seems to have stopped here, the emissions of godly spheres and inexpressible illusiveness of surrounding existence (seems that everything all around together with you will be dissolved any minute in the infinite shining ocean of existence, consciousness and bliss) – you will never be able to forget all of it and this experience will direct your life there, where great sages and teachers all over the world have been guiding us throughout the entire human history.