The streets of Tunde, this place is famous for the Trilokinath temple and is on the banks of Chandrabhaga river, its sacred to both Tibetan Buddhists and Hindus. .
Many stories revolve around it being a Buddhist Vihara before it became a Shiva Temple and vice versa, however the place is peacefully visited by followers from both religions. The original temple columns date back to the 9th century BC from the time of King Lalitaditya!!!! . A visit here for the local Himachali's is a must.
"Ganga banaye Devta, Yamuna banaye Deviyan, Aashiq magar bana sake hai kewal Chenab daa paani" . . There are so many poetries written about the river Chenab, which literally means Moon River. Stunning landscapes hold testimony to the stories that took place around this river. After the confluence at Tandi of Chandra and Bhaga streams which come from either sides of Baralacha pass the name of the river becomes Chenab anciently known as the Chandrabhaga river. The story of Heer-Ranjha took place on the banks of this river! . .