International Roerich Art Gallery Naggar
Manikaran town is situated in Parbati Valley at a distance of 45km from Kullu. The beautiful Parbati Valley is situated to the north- east of Kullu. Manikaran is famous for hot water springs that cure rheumatic pains. Manikaran is renowned for Gurudwara and Ram temple that bestows free lodging and food. Manikaran is famous for […]
International Roerich Art Gallery is situated 2km uphill from Naggar bus stand. The gallery originally was N.K. Roerich’s residence, later turned into the art gallery by his son Svetoslav Roerich. The art gallery is run as Roerich Heritage Museum by a trust formed by the governments of Himachal Pradesh and Russia. Prime Minister of India […]
Beas Rishi Lake
On the left bank of the river Beas, near Prini village, is the “Arjun Gufa” or the cave of Arjuna. It is believed that Arjuna practiced austerities to get Pashupata Ashtra or weapon from Lord Indra.
Beas Rishi Lake (3690m) is situated to the north-west of Manali and at a distance of 25km from Manali. The lake is very deep and transparent. The lake is mostly half covered by glaciers. The weather here is unpredictable and the best suitable period to visit is June to October.
Situated to the north-east of Manali at a distance of 6km from Vashishtha village, Bhrigu Lake (4270m) has been named after sage Bhrigu. There is a beautiful wild flower meadow called Gulaba near the lake.
Rohtang Pass(4111 m) , 51 km from Manali takes you to the highest point on the National Highway. Rohtang Pass offers you a spectacular view of the valley. One can see the majesty of the mountains at its height and splendor here. ‘Rohtang’ in Tibetan language means a house of corpses. Perhaps this name has […]
Rahla waterfalls is located at a distance of 27 km from Manali. It is a mesmerizing waterfall where the River Beas cascades in showers from a height of 50 metres. It is a beautiful picnic spot for the nature lovers. Rahla means a halting station. In the olden days sages, saints and pilgrims preferred to […]
Kothi (2530m) is a beautiful village situated to the north of Manali town and at a distance of 15km from Manali. Brooks gushing down from the mountains pass through the village and there you stand infatuated by the astonishing vistasIt offers a magnificent view of the snow-capped peaks and glaciers.
Vashishtha Natural Hotwater Springs
Solang valley (2480m) is situated 13km to the north-west of Manali. The slopes of Solang are considered one of the best in the world for skiing; State & National level winter sports are organized here. Solang valley offers the view of glaciers and snow capped mountains and peaks. It has fine ski slopes. The Mountaineering […]
Vashishtha village, 3km from Manali, is known for the hot water springs & the asceticism of Rishi Vashishtha. The temple of Vashishtha Rishi is 400 years old. In the temple there is a stone statue of the sage Vashishtha clad in dhoti, cap & a white shawl on the shoulder.