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Kunzum Pass – Gateway To Spiti

Kunzum Pass – Gateway To Spiti

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Kunzum Pass is well known as the highest motorable passes across the Kunzum range, at an altitude of about 4551 m. It serves as an entrance pass to the Spiti valley from Lahaul. Goddess Kunjum (Durga/Parvati) resides in a temple on the Kunzum top and keeps guard over the pass and wards of the evil.

Champavati Temple – An Intriguing Temple

Champavati Temple – An Intriguing Temple

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Chamapavati Temple has a Nepali form of architecture depicting a curved cylindrical structure divided into five or nine parts. Built in the Shikhara style, the structure ends in a bell shaped dome. The legend of the place describes about the divinity of the temple. Champavati was a princess, the daughter of Raja Sahil Varman. According

Tandi – Known For Its Scenic Green Valley

Tandi – Known For Its Scenic Green Valley

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Tandi is located around 8 km from the town of Keylong. It is a quiet, but a very scenic village. The legend of the elopement and marriage between the mythological characters of Chandra and Bhara is very popular here. Tandi is also a very popular trekking spot with many expeditions organized for tourists. It also

Sissu – Also Known As Khagling

Sissu – Also Known As Khagling

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Sissu is a small town which lies on the banks of Chandra River in the Lahaul valley. It is just 90 km from Manali. The beautiful view of ‘Palden Lhamo dhar’ waterfall is spectacular. The Shashinis village lies adjacent to Sissu and is famous as the home of deity, Ghepan Ghepang. The pristine nature and

Pin Valley National Park – Famous for its abundant beauty

Pin Valley National Park – Famous for its abundant beauty

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Pin Valley National Park is a national park located in Spiti region of Himachal Pradesh. This park is situated in the cold area of the Spiti valley with altitudes ranging from 3,500 to 6,000 meters. It was declared a national park in 1987 and is spread over an area of over 675 sq km. Snow