Baba Balak Nath Sidhpeeth is one of the most famous pilgrim- center of North Indian Hill State
Himachal Pradesh i.e. the Godís own land. The Ancient Cave and temple architecture graces the DeotSidh in Hamirpur District. Lakhs of devotees from India and abroad visit this temple to reinforce their firm faith in the "Siddha Tradition".
Baba Balak Nath ji is a Punjabi and Hindu deity worshipped in the northern Indian states of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh. The shrine is known as "Deotsidh". Baba balak Nath ji's Temple is situated at village Chakmoh of district Hamirpur on the hill top. The temple has a natural cave carved in the hills which is considered to be the abode of Babaji. A murti image of Babaji is placed in the cave. The devotees offer rot, which is prepared with flour and Sugar / Gur, at the altar of Babaji. Goats can also be offered to Babaji as a gesture for his love. Goats are not killed there, rather they are being fed there. The entry of females in the cave is forbidden. However, there is a raised platform just opposite to the cave from where the females can have Darshan of the Babaji's image. Six kilometers further from the temple, is a place named "Shah-talai" where Babaji is said to have practiced Dhyana mediatation.
The Baba Balak Nath Sidhpeeth is located at a distance of 50 Kilometers from the District Headquarter Hamirpur Himachal Pradesh India on a hill known as 'Deoth Sidh'. Hamirpur is thickly populated bustling township having highest population density in North India (H.P.). Temple complex has the maximum spread of not less than 2 sq. Kilometers which can be easily covered in a time frame of about 4 hours.
Shah Talai named region is situated about 55 kms. ahead from Bilaspur on Bhager- Badser road. This place is only 4 km to Deot Sidh temple. Ancient name of this place was Changer Talai. Baba Balak nathís worship and grazing maa ratnoís cattles, later returning her mattress of chach-it got famous by the name of chahtalai which later turned to Shahtalai.