2 Night 3 Days
Enjoy the Manali Manikaran trip from Delhi. Manali means the ‘Home of Manu’. Legend has it that when a flow barrage the world. Manu and therefore the gods were towed to dry ground by an enormous fish. The world where Manu eventually found refuge was Manali. Thus, the world of Manali is sacred and Hindus treat the temples up here as a pilgrimage. Because its name finds mentioned in various epics, the Ramayana and therefore the Mahabharata also as Vishnu Purana.
The Mall or highway of Manali is the hub of activity in this tourist town, lined with hotels, restaurants, shops, the bus terminal, and lots of travel agencies. Though it carries an equivalent British epithet as its counterpart in Shimla.
The Mall of Manali Manikaran has a completely different character from the colonial flavor of the previous. Most of the hotels overlooking the foaming Beas River, however, do offer pleasant views of the valley, green terraced fields, and therefore the surrounding orchard.
The curious town of Manikaran is found within the Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh. Housing the famous Sri Nanak Devji Gurudwara and lots of other Hindu temples make this town. A religious pilgrimage site for both the Sikhs and therefore the Hindus. It’s touching down at an altitude of 1,760 meters above the ocean level. It is just 35 km from the Kullu district, making it a prominent tourist destination for all the tourists visiting Kullu or Manali.
Offering a mean temperature of around -10 Degree Celcius around winters. In Manali Manikaran, generally, we can visit from April to October. One can easily witness a variety of spiritual sites in this area while visiting here. A number of the main tourist attractions that this town offers are Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara, Sri Nanak Devji Gurudwara, Lord Ramachandra Temple, hot springs, Harinder Mountain, Kulant Pith, and Lord Shiva Temple.
Hidimbi Devi Temple
Vashisht Temple & Hot Water Spring
Reach Delhi by around 12 AM