Shri Varun Dev Mandir
|Shri Varun Dev Temple|
Varun Dev Mandir visible in the top right corner
|Architectural styles||Hindu temple|
|Number of temples||1|
|Number of monuments||1|
|History and governance|
|Governing body||Pakistan Hindu Council|
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According to a legend, it was around 16th century when a wealthy sailor by the name of Bhojomal Nancy Bhattia bought Manora Island from the Khan of Kalat, who owned most of the land along the coastline at that time and then his family commissioned a temple on the lay terrain.
Inscription in devnagri script says, Om, Varun Dev temple.
Today, the temple is in a dilapidated state as humid winds are eating into the structure and the rich carvings on the walls of the temple are slowly eroding. At present, the building is not used for worship and the last ritual was held in the 1950s.