Katasraj Mandir is a Hindu sanctuary complex arranged in Katas town close Choa Saidanshah in the Chakwal locale of Punjab in Pakistan.
Devoted to Shiva, the sanctuary has, as indicated by Hindu legend, existed since the times of Mahābhārata and the Pandava siblings spent a significant piece of their outcast at the site and later Krishna himself established the framework of this sanctuary and built up his hand made Shivling in it.
The Pakistan Government is thinking about naming the sanctuary complex for World Heritage Site status. In 2007, it additionally proposed to reestablish the sanctuary complex.In 2012, the sanctuary lake is evaporating because of overwhelming utilization of ground water for mechanical purposes.In January 2017, Pakistani specialists started establishment of shikharas on the sanctuaries.
The Katasraj Temple complex is found 40 kilometers from Chakwal District. It requires a little exertion to reach Katasraj by street – one needs to go off the M2 motorway – (Islamabad-Lahore) at the Kallar Kahar exchange, Then pursue the way to Choa Saidan Shah for 24 km and subsequent to passing the concrete processing plant the street goes through the sanctuary complex, with the significant sanctuary complex and the lake on the right.A Historic Village is additionally situated close by known a Dulmial.