It is also believed that a visit to this temple brings end to all the sorrows of a person and marks the prelude of happy days in one’s life. Many interesting stories are there encircling this Jwala Devi temple. The temple has got a number of domes which are covered with the precious and charming metal of gold. People in thousands flock to this great pilgrim centre for offering their sincere prayers and seek blessings in return.
Beautiful colourful fairs are held during Navaratri every year where visitors just pour in numbers to visit the place. Fairs are held twice in a year, in the months of April and October. Jwala Devi temple is well-connected by all three mediums of transport. Although there are other temples dedicated to Jwala ji as well, however, this one is considered the most auspicious of them all. Jwala Devi also very near to the beautiful city of Dharamshala, only 56km away. The temple is built against a wooden spur having a dome that was glided by Maharaja Ranjit Singh.