The Nepalese-style temple of Akala Devi at Lamachaur of Pokhara comprises of three tiered roofs but is built of cement and bricks rather than wood. The temple is newly built. Originally, a small shrine honouring the goddess was present under a tree but this was later replaced by the present temple.
However, despite its newness, the temple is very popular among the residents of Pokhara and a large number of devotees visit it on Saturdays. The temple is also very popular among women during the festival of Teej.