AT A GLANCE
|Devta Name/Local Name/Vedic Name||Jamlu Rishi/ Jalmu/ Jamdagni Rishi|
|Type (Rishi, Nag, etc)||Rishi|
|Powering Divinity (Jogini)||Chud jote 16 shauni|
|Annual Fair (attended by which other deity)||All main festivals are celebrated every year|
|Location||Distance from Kullu||Directions||Stay Options||Key Contact|
|Jhalair, Gram Panchayat Sarahan||211 km||Kullu-Aut-Banjar-Jalori Pass-Ani-Nirmand- Jhalair||Hotels and Rest Houses at kullu Sarahan, Arsu, Bagipul and Nirmad||Salig Ram Thakur, Kardar
There lived a man named Khajoo Goor in village Jhalair in Nirmand Region. Whenever a spiritual power entered in him, he used to go to Maudha Aage and Diaugi. On seeing this happening regularly the residents approached Riyashi Nag Devta and took the Maudha Aage. The moment Devta reached there, Khajoo Goor became possessed of the divine spirit. Khajoo Goor caught a butterfuly which turned into a round stone. He said that it was the symbol of Jamlu Devta. He brought the stone to village Jhalair with Riyasi Nag. for a few days he kept in his house. Later on his family members built a template for Jamlu Devta and established the stone there. The devtas has nine mohras. About twenty years back, before the mohras were prepared, there used to be a shining article, a symbol of the devta, placed on the statue of a horse on the palki(palanquin). Devta travels to Diyaugi, Shree Khand Mahadev, chud jot and Malana.