The old track that passes via Haathi Mattha
(which means the 'Forehead of an Elephant' because of the
structure of the hill) and Sanjhi Chhat has one view point
between Adikuwari and Sanjhi i" Chhat known as
Sanjhi Chhat, at a distance of 3.25
kilometers from Adikuwari, is a picturesque spot with
enchanting views of the valleys and snow-covered peaks of the
Himalayan range on a clear day. Sanjhi Chhat is also the end
of the uphill climb and from here a person has to walk
downhill in order to reach Bhavan.
The name Sanjhi Chhat came from the
practice of the priests. Prior to , the inception of the
Shrine Board the Holy Shrine was managed by a group of local
people, known as Bandaars, which means number/turn
wise'. They used to collect all the offerings at the Holy
Shrine, and distribute it among themselves at this spot, hence
the name Sanjhi Chhat, which means' A Shared Shed'.
It is literally a treat to be at Sanjhi
Chhat because of its scenic beauty. A 10 bedded four floored
hospital, Bhojanalaya, Souvenir Shop, free rest rooms,
drinking water, announcements, blankets, telephones, blankets,
cloak rooms, announcements, telephones, refreshments, etc.
Other than the free accommodation, rented 2 & 4 bedded
self-contained rooms are also available at Adikuwari, booking
for which is done at the Enquiry and Reservation Counter at
Katra. A Bhojanalaya is also operated here where pure
vegetarian food is provided on a no-profit basis. A medical
unit equipped with all necessary medicines and emergency
provisions including oxygen cylinders is situated here as
well. A bakery operated by the Shrine Board is also located
here where fresh buns are made and distributed on all the
catering outlets of the Board. Banks, shops for general items
of use, etc. are also available at Adikuwari.