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The temple at Chaiti is dedicated to Golu Devta, an incarnation of Gaur Bhairav (Shiva).  

This deity in this area is famously known as the Nyaya Devta or the God of justice. It is a strong belief among the devotees that Golu Devta listens to everyone’s petition and if the person is innocent, imparts justice to him.  For this reason, one can find in the temple thousands and thousands of petitions written on papers – both stamp papers and normal papers, each having a story of a person, pleading for justice. 

When people prayers are answered, the come back here and tie a bell on the temple compound in gratitude.  The size of the bell ranges from huge to tine ones, probably corresponding with the prayer answered.  

The place is extremely picturesque and often covered in misty clouds.  The beauty of the temple lies in the resonating bells, which can be heard from the first step one takes to the temple.  This temple is 2000 meters above sea level.