SIGHTSEEING IN MANALI
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This ancient Hadimba temple is a very sacred place for the locals. It is said that Bhim met the demon Hadimba here and married her. The pandavas were here during their exile.
This temple is situated in the original village of Manali now called old Manali. Manu in Hindu mythology was the creator of the universe. The name Manali is derived from Manu. Though the approach to the temple is not good, it is a good place to visit.
The Manali sanctuary starts from behind the town square and goes up in the mountains behind Manali. There is a biodiversity trail for the visitors, which showcases all the flora and fauna.
Solang Nallah is a lush green meadow sloped to provide a perfect ski venue. It comes alive during the winter months for ski lovers and during the summer months it is a heaven for Paragliding, trekking and camping. It is just 13 Kms from Manali and 4 Kms from Whispering Rocks resort.
This majestic pass is 51 Kms from Manali at a height of 13800 feet. It is covered in snow for most part of the year and therefore a major attraction for tourists.
Naggar Castle: The old capital of Kullu, it gives a captivating view of the upper Kullu valley
Rohriech Art Gallery: The paintings of the famous Russian artist are exhibited here.
Vashist: This village is famous for its Hot water springs and the ancient Temple.
Nehru Kund: The crystal clear spring from where Jawaharlal Nehru used to drink water when he was in Manali. Rahla Falls: The waterfall on the way to the Rohtang Pass. Marhi: Picturesque point on the way to the Rohtang pass.
Nehru Kund: The crystal clear spring from where Jawaharlal Nehru used to drink water when he was in Manali.
Rahla Falls: The waterfall on the way to the Rohtang Pass.
Marhi: Picturesque point on the way to the Rohtang pass.
Manikaran: This lies in the Parvati Valley of Kullu District. It is around 70 Kms from Manali via Kullu town. It is famous for its Shiva Temple and Gurudwara and also for its hot water springs.