Dedicated to Devi Vajreshwari, this temple is 10000 years old and depicts the Shikhara style of architecture. It is also known as Bajreshwari temple. Located at the end of Jansali Bazaar in Chamba, thisTemple is an ideal combination of beautiful carvings and delicate stonework. The pillars of the temple are broadly woven with scrupulous carvings depicting various Hindu idols. The temple has 18 short inscriptions on the outer walls and tiny inscriptions on one of the two pillars in front of the temple's doorway.
The main entrance of the gate has a Nagarkhana or drum house that is similar to Bassein fort entrance. There is a huge fair organized in honour of Goddess Vajreshwari, held on Amavasya in the month of March. The fair begins on the 14th day of fortnight of waning moon of the month with ritual worship of the Goddess. The temple also celebrates Navaratri that starts from the first day of waxing moon of the month of March to the ninth day of Ram Navami and then from the first day of the bright half of the October month to the 10th day Vijayadashmi.