Jatoli Temple is exceptionally renowned Lord Shiva sanctuary in Solan area of Himachal Pradesh, India. Its arranged on Rajgarh street, 8 Kms from Solan. This sanctuary is one of the most established and religious sanctuary of the Solan locale. The sanctuary is the Asia’s most noteworthy sanctuary of Lord Shiva.
Jatoli implies long Jata (hairs) which promote means the long Jatas of master Shiva. As per a fanciful conviction, ruler Shiva went to this spot and rested for a night.
As per history, it is trusted that in the antiquated times Lord Shiva visits this spot. In this sanctuary there are three fundamental parts, a statue of Lord Shiva, a little buckle where Lord Shiva dozed for a night and a Shiv Ling. Here consistently on the event of Shivratri, a capacity is sorted out in which individuals from various parts take an interest.
This sanctuary was worked by style where the top tower is round with a curvilinear layout which closes into a tip furthermore with a touch of combination of Southern or Dravidian-Style. The highest tip of the sanctuary is normally finished with brilliant kalash. The decreasing part in the sanctuary engineering is called as “Shikhar” or ‘the zenith’. The tallness of this sub pyramidal has been kept up in climbing arrange yet kept little lower than the principle pyramidal of what is called as ‘Vimana’.
From that point, at the base of first sub pyramidal stage Lord Ganesha has been situated. In the second sub pyramidal region ‘Shesh Nag’ possesses the spot. The frontal region around these pyramids has been finished with one yellow-green shaded kalash on every side. After that at the base of the stage of third sub pyramid one can see a “trishul” particularly on every side.
In any case, there are statues of divine beings and goddesses along the front and horizontal sides of the sanctuary. The primary pyramid is tallest among all sub pyramids, along these lines making the stature of this sanctuary 111 ft., and has been given the tag of most elevated sanctuary of master Shiva in Asia. The development the sanctuary was finished in 39 years.