The Kajji Naga Temple, which is close to the well-known Khajjiar Lake, is one of Khajjiar's most well-known landmarks. The temple is known as the 'Golden Devi' temple since it is adorned with a golden dome and spire. It is a shrine that was built in the 12th century AD and is devoted to Naga, the lord of serpents. You can always find a lot of snake idols here. The woodwork decorations on the ceilings and wooden supports of this temple perfectly combine Hindu and Mughal architectural styles.
It features carvings of the Kauravas, who served as the Pandavas' secret hideout. Slates mined nearby from limestone quarries were used to build the dome-shaped temple, which is also close to other Shiva and Hadimba sanctuaries. The Khajji Nag Temple is constructed in the Pahari style, and the corners of the Mandapam of the temple feature exquisitely crafted wooden strand sculptures of Yudhishtra, Bhim, Arjun, Nakul, and Sahdev, the five Pandavas. At this temple, goat sacrifice is still performed as it was in the past.