Slightly aloof among the rapidly growing urban fabric sits the Durbargarh of the rajah of Jubbal. Its position and size makes it hard to miss from almost any vantage point in the valley. Sporting a distinct palette of colors and forms, the kot opens out on a terrace towards views of the gently rolling hills beyond. The kot has grown incrementally over time in layers. With a bank of rooms on multiple levels all around, the central courtyard houses a spartan tower temple, its presence is never far away from any corner inside. The lower terrace with its gardens and fragments of structures that survived still evoke shadows from another time.
Turns out that there are seven different villages that share the name Pujarli. Among these, Pujarli 4 houses a famous temple complex that appears quite old and continues some of the mystic rituals including divine consultations. The temple sits on one side of an approach courtyard and faces the distant hills and mountains on other sides.