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Parvati Valley – Majestic Parvati River Valley

Parvati Valley – Majestic Parvati River Valley

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Parvati valley is a part of Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. The valley has got a bounty of greenery and raw beauty. The towns around the valley have turned into hippie resorts, offering cheap accommodation and international food. Moreover, it also serves the dreadlocked, hippie travelers a nonstop reggae music. Valley’s enthralling scenery and hot

Khajinag Temple – The Divine Naag Devta Temple

Khajinag Temple – The Divine Naag Devta Temple

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The beautiful town of Khajjiar takes its name from the Khajinag Temple. Constructed back in the 12th century, this temple is dedicated to the Naag Devta (local deity). Being one of the most highly regarded shrines and pilgrims, it attracts tourists and visitors from all over the place. Wooden images of the Pandava brothers, images

Rewalsar Lake – A Serene Lake Atop A Mountain

Rewalsar Lake – A Serene Lake Atop A Mountain

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Rewalsar is a small town in the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh. The beautiful town is at a distance of 25 kms from Mandi and 14-km from Ner Chowk. It is situated at an altitude of 1,350 meters. The lush green valley with slate roofed houses and maize corns is a major attraction for the

Chhatrari Village – Land of Legends

Chhatrari Village – Land of Legends

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This tiny village is situated at an altitude of 6,000 feet; just 40 km from Bharmour and 45 km from Chamba. It is famous for its hill-style temples. The village is mostly inhabited by ‘Gaddies’, a colloquial term for people engaged in rearing sheep and goats. The famous temple of Chhatrari, dedicated to Shakti is

Sujanpur Fort – A Legacy From History

Sujanpur Fort – A Legacy From History

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The Sujanpur fort lies on the banks of River Beas and close to the border of Kangra district. The fort is situated atop a hill and is popularly known as ‘Tira.’ The renowned fort was constructed in 1758 by Raja Abhaya Chand. During the early nineteenth century, Raja Sansar Chand resided at the Sujanpur fort.