the Raghunathji Temple is situated in the beautiful town of Kullu, in Himachal Pradesh. The sanctuary was inherent the seventeenth century by Raja Jagat Singh of Kullu who fabricated this sanctuary as a demonstration of humility. The Raghunathji Temple is one of the vital sanctuaries here and is arranged at a rise of 2,050 meters above ocean level and offers astonishing perspectives of the encompassing district that comprises of rich green mountains and valleys and gorges. The fundamental god of the sanctuary is Lord Rama whose picture is revered at the primary supplication room in the sanctuary. The sanctuary is made of white marble and contains a vimana over the primary petition room. The sanctuary is likewise known for its white columns which are decorated with delightful multifaceted engravings.