Trilokpur त्रिलोकपुर Himachal (भारत INDIA) stands on an isolated hillock about 24 km south-west of Nahan, 77-15’ north and 30’30’ east, at an elevation of about 430 m. The place is famous for its temple of renowned goddess Bala Sundri.
The temple was built by Raja Dip Parkash in 1573.Legend Speaks of the devi's "pindi" (a sacred stone, regarded as a symbol of the goddess). that had appeared in a bag of salt, purchased by a local trader.
'''How to Reach''' A path connects it with the Nahan-Kala Amb Road at Sainwala, nearly 9.6 km below Nahan. A road runs between Kala Amb and Trilokpur for a distance of 6.4 km. A regular bus service runs from Nahan to this place via Kala Amb.
Trilokpur is a place of great religious importance. The temple of the goddess Mahamaya Bala Sundri is very famous and attracts lakhs of pilgrims from all over Northern India An important fair is held at Trilokpur twice a year i.e.in the month of Chaitra and Ashvina on sudi ashtmi to chaudas (from the 8th to the 14th of the bright half). During this period the people keep on coming and going but a mammoth gathering is seen on ashtmi and chaudas viz. the first and the final days. The mela in Chaitra draws more people than that held in Ashvina. During this period a large number of devotees visit this temple and pay their respects to the goddess.