At an altitude of 6,960 feet above sea level lies the holy village of Bhagsunag. To reach this village the best and most economical way is for one to board a bus from Delhi to McLeod Ganj which is a 12 hour ride. One can also opt for a flight from Delhi to Dharamshala or a train ride to Phatankot which is the nearest broad gauge railway station to Bhagsunag which is just a five hour drive from there.
The village of Bhagsunag is just 2 kms away from the town of McLeod Ganj in the Kangra Valley of Himachal Pradesh. Auto rickshaws and taxis are easily available from McLeod Ganj to reach Bhagsunag but walking is the fastest and easiest way to get there as it avoids one wasting time as a result of a traffic jam.
The main reason why tourists are attracted to this village is because of the Shiva temple and the 30 feet waterfall that is located in Bhagsunag village. The Shiva temple has a bell at the entrance which has been constructed with white tiles and it has marble steps that lead to the temple.
Inside the temple one will notice plenty of inscriptions on the walls and the pillars of the temple. There is also a room which has a small window opposite the door and a donation box kept inside the room. The wall adjacent to this room has several picture frames and inscriptions on the wall along with four bells of different sizes hanging.