Kalpeshwar Mandir is one of the main religious places of Uttarakhand. This temple is located at an altitude of about 2134 meters from the sea level in the Urgam Valley. In this temple, people worship Lord Shiva’s hair also called “Jata” or one of the three trinities of Hindu religion. Kalpeshwara temple comes in fifth place in “Panchkedar” pilgrimage. One can visit here at any time of the year. This small stone temple can be reached through a cave. The temple of Kalpeshwara is situated at a very high altitude. This place dedicated to Lord Shiva is considered as a holy shrine. Kalpeshwar is one of the important pilgrimage sites of Uttarakhand. It is situated in the heart of the Himalayan mountain ranges in the Uttarakhand’s infinite natural beauty. Kalpeshwar is situated in the symbolic form of the eternal message of Sanatan Hindu culture. According to a legend, a popular sage Arghya used to meditate in the temple under the Kalpa tree. It is also believed that he had made Apsara Urvashi at this place. The priests of Kalpeshwara temple are Namboodiri Brahmins of South India. It is said about them that they are the disciples of Adiguru Shankaracharya. The main temple is famous as “Anadinatha Kalpeshwar Mahadev”.