Karsog is Sub-Divisional head quarter of Mandi district at the height of 350 mtrs.
It is famous for Mamleshwar Mahadev, Kamksha Devi and Mahunag temples. It is full of scenic beauty and abundance of apple orchards.
Karsog is a town and tehsil of Mandi district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is approximately 100 km from Shimla and 120 km from Mandi. It is known for its ancient temples. Some of them are Mamleshwar Mahadev, Kamaksha Devi, Dev Badyogi and Mahunag.
Basic income sources are agricultural, soal trade business[when defined as?], government jobs, private business & jobs.
Karsog Valley is famous for Mamleshwar Mahadev, Kamksha Devi and Mahunag temples. It is also famous for its apple orchards and green, beautiful hills. It's a place of gods. According to history, it is the center point of earth.
Karsog Valley Farmers Group (KVFG) is an NGO based out of Kalasan which is a village 7 km from Churag on Mandi road. The NGO works for the benefit of farmers of the region. The group was established on 29th April 2006 and has since been working directly with farmers in disseminating information on Organic Farming techniques, Integrated Pest Management and Crop production practices to name a few. In continuation with these activities the group organised a seminar for farmers. About 150 farmers of various villages attend the seminar which was held at the Prof KL Sharma Trust (Ashram) at Thandapani--