Katasraj Mandir is a Hindu temple complex situated in Katas village, near Choa Saidanshah in the Chakwal district of Punjab, in Pakistan. Mandir means "temple."
Some of the smaller temples are about 2500 years old, while most of them were possibly built 900 years ago. The complex was abandoned by Hindus when they migrated to East Punjab in 1947, yet some still go on pilgrimage to the Mandir. The complex encompasses multiple styles and buildings, some of them being more noticeable, like those dedicated to Ramachandra, Hanuman and Shiva.