Devta Name/Local Name/Vedic Name Byas Rishi/ Kuinri Mahadev/ Ved Vyas
Type (Rishi, Nag, etc) Rishi
Powering Divinity (Jogini) Chowki
Associated Devtas Paneui Naag, Binani Mahadev, Takrashi Naag, Bishlu Naag, Bashawali Narayan, Budhi Nagin, Jamdagni Rishi, Patarani Naag, Jhaklu Naag, Chotru Naag
Annual Fair (attended by which other deity) Thirshu fair is held in temple complex, Ani mela, Bees Ashad mela, Shauncha, Mela Balh, Mela Ranikot, Mela Shishari, Dushehra Kullu etc Bishlu Naag Takrasi, Naag Shesh Shogha, Paneu Naag etc participate in the festivals at the temple.
Dussehra Participation/Place Kullu


Location Distance from Kullu Directions Stay Options Key Contact
Kuinur, Bhunan 150 km Banjar-Jalori Pass-Shush- Takrasi Sarai at Temple, Rest House at Takrasi Inder Singh, Kardar /Moti Ram Lal, Goor


The original mohra of the devta was found at the place called Rakh in village Ninglu about one kilometre away from Kuinr. It is said that a person of village Ninglu, when he was cutting a tree, he heard a voice as if somebody was groaning with pain. On searching there was found a mohra from a hollow in the trunk of a tree. It was wounded on the eye by striking an axe. He picked up the mohra and brought home. Later on he told about the event to villagers. Then they built a temple and established this mohra in this temple. Mark of wound on statue can be seen today also. The devata has fifteen mohras. Five mohras have inscriptions.