Swami Kartikeya temple, also known as Kelang temple locally, is located on the right side of the entrance to Lakshana devi at chaurasi (84) temple complex. It stands on a small platform covered with a roof peculiar to small village shrine. In it is kept an upright stone symbolizing Kelang, the Kartikeya, the god of war.
There is also a small piece of wood in this shrine which is carved with a figure representing Kelang. It appears this piece was offered by some devotee. This god is also called Kelang wazeer or Kelanga – swami or devta by local peasantry. This shrine also contains a six inches high metal idol with two arms holding a danda (staff) and ring, representing the god Kelang. He is also revered as Kartik-swami by locals who have great faith in his miraculous powers. His disciples or chelas wear a sort of red cap as a mark. They are in great demand for performing divine or ritual dance. A marble image of Kartikeya kelang, has also been placed recently along with other votive projects.
Kelang is widely worshipped in Bharmour and there are lot of temples of Lord Kelang in and around Bharmour. Most famous of them is Kartikeya temple located near kugti. People also have small temples of lord kelang built in their homes.