Khajjiar is very famous for Kajji Naga Temple, which is in close proximity to the famous Khajjiar Lake. The temple stands decked with a golden dome and spire due to which it is known as 'Golden Devi' temple. It dates back to the 12th century AD shrine dedicated to Naga- the lord of serpents and you will always find numerous idols of snakes at this place. This temple has a perfect blend of Mughal and Hindu styles of architecture as reflected in the wooden carvings on the ceilings and wooden posts.
It has image carvings representing the Kauravas who the hideaway by the Pandavas. The dome-shaped temple is made up of slates locally made from limestone quarries and adjoins other shrines of Shiva and Hadimba too. The Khajji Nag Temple is built in pahari style and the images of the five Pandavas- Yudhishtra, Bhim, Arjun,Nakul and Sahdev are beautifully made of wood strand in the corners of the Mandapam of the shrine. The antique practice of goat sacrifice is still practiced at this temple.