Chandannath Mandir

Chandannath Mandir  is a Hindu temple in Jumla, Nepal. It is located at Khalanga Bazar Jumla.
It was built during the Kallala Dynasty. People believe that there was a person named Chandannath of Kashmir who brought the statue of the god Narayan and put it at the location of the temple, prompting construction during the Kallala Dynasty. It is not used much except during festivals.
Some local people also believe that there was a cow,who didn't give milk to her owner in the home(cow shed)but she went to the place(now,where a temple is exist)and give her milk spontaneously.one day her owner knew that and told all the villagers.Than they established this temple.

In this temple local people change lingo every year.The length of the lingo is approx.morethan 52 feet.they strongly believe that something wrong is going to be happened if that lingo is break during change.