The temple of Shikari Devi is located on a hill top in the district of Mandi in Himachal Pradesh, near Janjehli valley at an altitude of 3359 m. Shikari Devi is a manifestation of Goddess Parvati. The temple is very special in a way as it does not have a roof over it. Various religious idols, extremely ancient, are worshipped there. These are carved out of black stone. Quite like many Indian Shakti Peethas, animals are sacrificed at Shikari devi regularly.
According to legends, the Pandavas while chasing their hunt of a deer had chanced into the sanctum of Shikari Devi.