Takam is a spiritual land. There is a temple of Jagannath and Annapurna Temple at fort (2,500 m) in Dhaulagiri Rural Municpality-7, Myagdi district. The temple is stored with ancient weapons such as shields, swords, cannons, etc.
The temple is crowded with worshipers during Dashain, Saturday and Tuesday. Mountains, surrounding villages and serpentine hills can be seen from the temple's grounds. One can observes Gurja, Churen, Dhaulagiri, Manapathi and other mountains from the hill. Takamkot is a historical place. According to chronicle, Thapa clans has ruled the kingdom from 1190 AD to 1489 AD. In the later years, Samalbangshi Malla ruled until 1786 AD. In 1787 AD Prithvinarayan Shah's army was victorious over Takam.
There are 335 household in Takam village beneath the fort. Magar, Chhantyal, Kshatriya, Bahun, Gurung, Thakali, Giri, Damai, Karmi and Sarki communities lives in the village.
Takam village is also the gateway to various trekking trails. The trail leads to Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve, Dhaulagiri Round trek, Gurja and Guerrilla trekking trails.
There are half a dozen hotels and 5 homestay facilities in Takam. Homestay was started from 2020. Chhetri and Brahmin houses can accommodate 40 people per day. Ramlila is seen in the village.
Kathmandu-Pokhara-Beni 282 km, takes 9 hours by bus. Takam village is 32 km west of Beni town. Takamkot is 3 km from the village. Buses service from Beni Bazaar for Muna village takes 4 hours by bus. An hour walk reaches kot from Takam.