Everything you want to know about Manali - NPSCM
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Everything you want to know about Manali

When it comes to the mention of natural beauty in India, then the name of Himachal Pradesh also definitely comes. On one hand, Himachal is known for religion and faith, while it is world-famous for natural beauty. These places, which are called tourists’ paradises, have all the qualities that a pleasant tourist destination should have. Seeing snow-capped mountain peaks, lush green valleys, serene rivers flowing from time to time and various lakes is nothing short of mesmerizing. Every person of wandering trend wants to visit this place, so let us also present some information to make your trip enjoyable-

Kullu Valley full of greenery

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It is said about the Kullu valley that it was earlier known as Kulantapeeth. Which literally means the last place to live. Interestingly, Kullu has also been mentioned in great Indian epics like Ramayana, Mahabharata, Vishnu Purana. Discovered by Vihangmani Pal, the history of this beautiful hill station dates back to the first century.

Must see

  • Colorful Dussehra on the banks of river Saryu
  • The Temple of Raghunathji built in the 17th century
  • The confluence of different adventure sports
  • greenfield
  • Roerich Art Gallery
  • Urusvati Himalaya.
  • Folk Art Museum
  • Shambala Buddhist Thangka Art Museum
  • Kali Bari Temple, Raghunath Temple, Bijli Mahadev Temple and Vaishno Devi Temple

The wonderful world of Manali

The wonderful world of manali

Manali got its name because of the residence of Manu (the alleged father of mankind). Legend has it that Manu chose an environment for his residence. which was captivating in every way, which is known today as Manali. Here, on the one hand, the river Vyas, which flows through the heart of the city. While on the other hand the green meadows, apple orchards along the melody of folk songs make Manali very mesmerizing.

Must see

  • Arjun Cave in Pirni Village
  • Rohtang Pass is also a favorite destination of tourists, but it opens only in the month of May. While in September it remains closed due to heavy snowfall.

  • Naggar Fort: that is to the south of Manali, which is also known as the monument of the Pala Empire. Made of elaborate embroidery of rocks, and wood, this fort is an amalgamation of rich and elegant artifacts of Himachal.

  • Hidimba Devi Temple: This temple was established in 1553, which is believed to have been built for Hidimba (who is also a local goddess) wife of Pandava prince Bhima. This temple is known for its four-story pagoda and unique wooden embroidery.

  • You will be thrilled to see the waterfall from Rahla Waterfalls, there is no doubt about it!

  • Solang Valley is 13 km northwest of Manali. Its real fun comes only in the snowfall and those who go here even say that when it snows here, he wants to stay there.

  • Manikaran has located about 45 km from Kullu on the way to Manali and is known for its hot springs near the Parvati river. It is believed about the hot sources here that bathing in it cures skin-related diseases.

How To Reach Kullu Manali

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If you have made up your mind to go here with places to see, then for this we tell you various routes, which are close as well as convenient.

By Rail: The nearest railway stations are Joginder Nagar, Shimla, and Chandigarh.

By Road: Taxis and luxury buses ply regularly from Delhi, Chandigarh, and Kullu to reach here. The distance from the capital Delhi to Manali is about 550 km, for which the service of Himachal Transport buses can be taken. If we talk about the fare, then the fare of deluxe buses ranges from Rs 480 to Rs 850.

By Air: The nearest airport to reach here is Bhuntar, from where Kullu is 10 km and Manali is 50 km away.

Where to stay

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There is a plethora of hotels and resorts ranging from cheap to expensive, in which names like New picnic spot and camp Manali, Hotel Manalsu, Sarvari Kullu, Hotel Kasla Naggar, Hotel Kunjam Manali, etc. can be counted. By the way, it would be better if you look at some more hotels on the internet surfing according to your own and compare the facilities available there.

Best time to visit Kullu Manali

The best time to visit Kullu Manali is considered to be March, as the weather is very pleasant this month. But, many people also go here in winter to see the snowfall. If you are also among those people, then do not forget to carry woolen clothes in winter, because without it the cold can spoil the fun of your travel.

Similarly, it would be better if tourists who enjoy rafting and paragliding go between January and mid-April.

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