Top 10 Things to do in Manali

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Manali a hill station in the mountains of Himachal Pradesh, a popular tourist destination that serves as the gateway to Lehn and Ladkh.

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  1. Rohtang Pass

Lies at a picturesque location with the rivers Beas and Chenab that lies to the southern and northern side of Rohtang Pass, Rohtang Pass is famous for itswaterfalls and your trip Kullu-Manali.

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  1. Hadimba Temple
  2. Vashist Hot Water Springs

Manaliis situated across the Beas River. The village of Vashist is famous for its sulphurous Hot Water Springs and is a popular attraction among tourist and pilgrims.

  1. Solang Valley

Solang valley is also known as the ‘Snow Point’ and is famous for hosting various winter adventure sports like skiing, parachuting and paragliding.

  1. Basheshwar Mahadev Temple

The temple was constructed long back and is famous for its intricate stone carvings and various small idols of the Hindu deities like Lord Vishnu, Ganesha, Durga and Laxmi.

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  1. Nehru Kund

The place is named after Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru who was said to drink from this very spring whenever he visited Manali.

  1. Sultanpur Palace

Sultanpur Palace was formerly called as the Rupi Palace and is newly built on the remnants of the older which was damaged in an earthquake. The palace houses various wall paintings and its marvelous blend of Pahari style architecture and colonial style. The palace is the residence of the erstwhile Rulers of the Kullu valley.

  1. Bijli Mahadev Temple

Located at an altitude of 2,460 meters above sea level, Bijli Mahadev Temple is dedicated to the Hindu deity Lord Shiva. The temple is located across the Beas River and can be reached by a moderately easy trek. The name Bijli Mahadev refers to the 60 feet high lighting rod that is situated in the temple and is struck by lightning throughout the year.

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  1. Beas River

Beas River is often described as the Heart of Kullu valley and is known for its various camping spots and water sports. The river also marks the eastern border of Alexander the Great’s empire in 326 BC. The flow of the river is very fast and is not fit for swimming, but is the perfect for Rafting. The shores of the Beas are famous picnic spots and the best place to relax during the evenings.

  1. Ma Sharvari Temple

Ma Sharvari Devi is one of the ancestral deities of the Kullu Kings and a manifestation of the Goddess Durga. The views encountered on the way to the temple are quiet picturesque and the temple itself provides some breath taking views of the entire valley. The best time to visit the temple is during the Hindu festival of Dussehra when the festivities are at their prime.Is one of the top tourist destinations in Himachal Pradesh and India.

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