This temple is famous as the site where Lord Shiva married Goddess Parvati. An eternal flame burning in front of the temple is said to have been a witness to this notable wedding. The temple looks a lot like the Kedarnath temple. Its sanctum houses a silver idol of Lord Vishnu, accompanied by idols of Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Badrinarayan, Goddess Sita, Lord Ramachandra and Lord Kubera. The Brahma shila in front of the temple marks the exact place of the wedding. Three sacred ponds called the Rudra Kund, Vishnu Kund and Brahma Kund are also located in the temple premises. Known for their medicinal properties, these ponds source their water from the main Saraswati Kund. It is believed that the water in the Saraswati Kund springs from the navel of Lord Vishnu. Right outside the Triyuginarayan Temple lies another small shrine dedicated to Panchanama devatas. A 2 km walk from the temple leads you to a cave dedicated to Goddess Gauri. An annual fair is held every year at the temple during the months of August and September, and is a vibrant affair.

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