Dev Bhoomi Himachal is well-known for its temples that are visited by one and all. Whether it is for the purpose of getting their wishes fulfilled, admiring the awe-inspiring beauty of nature, or viewing architecture of temples, people from all over the world are seen thronging to temples situated in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. Chamunda Devi temple is one such temple visited by pilgrims, who come here to pay their obeisance at the shrine of goddess Chamunda or Durga.
Aptly called “Dev Bhoomi” – Abode of the Gods, Himachal Pradesh has a number of pilgrimage centers and Hindu temples, which are well-known for their magnificent work of architecture. Most of the temples have a history of their own, while some of them are associated with ancient legends. Temples are centers of attraction for visitors and tourists.
Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh2020-01-22T09:37:57+05:30
With the mercury beginning to rise in the plains during the peak summer season, several tourists rush towards famous hill stations like Khajjiar in Himachal Pradesh. Khajjiar also popularly called mini-Switzerland is among the well-known hill stations of the state.
Situated a few kilometers away from Manali, Rohtang Pass is the most preferred tourist destination of majority people visiting Himachal Pradesh. The Rohtang Pass is a must visit place for nature lovers, as it offers panaromic view of hills and valleys. It is like paradise for nature lovers, offering splendid view of nature. The tourists get to see extreme landscape differences on their journey to Rohtang Pass. The lush green fields, fruit-laden orchards of the Kullu valley and an overwhelming vista of bare brown mountains dazzling in daylight are sure to leave you mesmerized.
Kinnaur district, located in the northeast of Himachal, is one of the most beautiful places in Himachal Pradesh. This tremendously magnificent place is surrounded by Tibet in the east. District Kinnaur has three mountains ranges viz. Zaskar, The Himalayas and Dhauladhar range.
Sangla Valley, Himachal Pradesh2020-01-22T09:26:40+05:30
Sangla Valley starts at Sangla and ends at Chitkul. The valley is surrounded by forested slopes and offers views of the high mountains. Its location in the greater Himalayan range gives it a milder climate than the plains. Until 1989 outsiders could not enter the valley without a special permit from the Government of India, due to its strategic position on the Indo-Tibet/China border. The Baspa River flows in the Sangla Valley which is rich in pine nut orchards, Royal red apples, cherry trees, and glacial streams with trout.