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Day 1 : Pathankot to Amritsar Local Side Seen
Pick Up Pathankot Chakki Bank Railway Station to See Run Way Side Seen Amritsar Visit
golden Temple:-the Golden Temple is the Holiest Shrine of Sikhs. It Was Built in Late 16th Century By Guru Arjan, and a Copy of the Sikh Scripture Was Placed Inside the Temple in 1604. Its Sanctum Walls Were Covered in Marble and the Dome Was Decorated with Gold Foil By Ranjit Singh in the 19th Century. More Than 100,000 People Visit It Every Week.
jalaiwala Bagh :-the Jalaiwala Bagh Massacre, also Known as the Amritsar Massacre, Took Place On 13 April, 1919 When Troops of the British Indian Army Under the Command of Colonel Reginald Dyer Fired Machine Guns Into a Crowd of Unarmed Protesters, Along with Baishakhi Pilgrims, Who Had Gathered in Jalaiwala Bagh, Amritsar, Punjab. the Civilians, in the Majority Sikhs, Had Assembled to Participate in the Annual Baisakhi Celebrations, a Religious and Cultural Festival for Punjabi People and also to Condemn the Arrest and Deportation of Two National Leaders, Satya Pal and Dr Saifuddin Kitchlew. Coming from Outside the City, Many May have Been Unaware of the Imposition of Martial Law.
durgiana Temple :-the Durgiana Temple, also Known as Lakshmi Narayan Temple, Durga Tirath and Sitla Mandir, is a Premier Temple Situated in the City of Amritsar, Punjab, India. Though a Hindu Temple, Its Architecture is Similar to the Golden Temple of Sikh Religion. this Temple Derives Its Name from the Goddess Durga, the Chief Goddess Deified and Worshipped Here. Idols of Goddess Lakshmi (goddess of Wealth) and Vishnu (the Protector of the World) are also Deified Here and Worshipped
wagah Border :-the Lowering of the Flags Ceremony At the Wagah Border is a Daily Military Practice that the Security Forces of India (border Security Force, Bsf) and Pakistan (pakistan Rangers) have Jointly Followed Since 1959. the Drill is Characterized By Elaborate and Rapid Dance-like Maneuvers, Which Has Been Described as “colourful”. It is Alternatively a Symbol of the Two Countries’ Rivalry, as Well as Brotherhood and Cooperation Between the Two Nations. Similar Parades are Being Organized At Mahavir/sadqi Border Near Fazilka and Hussainiwala/ganda Singh Walla Border Near Firozpur.
Day 2 : Amritsar To Dalhousie & Khajjiar Local Side Seen
Morning After Breakfast Check Out Hotel to Dalhousie & Khajjiar Local Side Seen
dalhousie Churches St. Andrew's Church Was Built in the Year 1903 At Balloon By Protestant Christians and Commonly Known as the Church of Scotland.
St. Johns Church the Church is Approximately 2 Km from the Main Bus Stand and It Stands On the Gandhi Chowk. Rev. John H. Pratt Came to Dalhousie in 1863 and Inspired the Christian Community to Build a Permanent Church Building At this Place
Subhash Baoli is Located At a Distance of 1 Km from Dalhousie is the Picturesque View of Subhash.
Panchpula is Almost 3 Km. There is a Very Beautiful Monument Erected At Panchpula Where Several Streams Meet At One Point. That is Samadhi Monument Was Built in Memory of Great Sardar Ajit Singh.
Satdhara Falls, Located On the Way to Panchpula is One of the Most Popular Sightseeing Attractions of Dalhousie. Perched At An Altitude of 2036 M Above Sea Level, the Place Has Derived Its Name from the Seven Beautiful Springs
khajjiar is a Forest Glade of Great Beauty, 6400 Feet Above Sea Level". Khajjiar is Often Referred to as "gulmarg of Himachal Pradesh the Lush Green Meadows are Surrounded By Thick Pine and Cedar Forests. Grazing Herds of Sheep, Goats and other Milch Cattle Present a Prefect Pastoral Scenery
Dainkund is Only 10 Km. One Can Enjoy the Beautiful View of the Hills, with the Rivers Ravi, Beas and Chenab Threading Through the Distance. A Devi Temple is also Situated On the Hill.
Kala Top Wildlife Sanctuary the Wildlife Reserves, Provides Shelter to Various Species of Flora and Fauna. Kala Top is a Pleasant Getaway, Only 5 Km from Dalhousie, with a Panoramic View and a Forest Rest House.
Bakrota Hills 2,085 Meters (4.8 Km) the Magnificent Bakrota Hills Offer to the Tourists An Unforgettable Walk Round the Hills Besides a Grand View of Snow-clad Peaks.
Day 3 : Dalhousie to Dharamshala local side seen
Morning After Breakfast Check Out Hotel to See Run Way Dharamshala Local Side Seen
dalai Lama Temple:- the Dalai Lama is Considered to Be the Successor in a Line of Tulkus (living Buddhas, Masters) Who are Believed to Be Incarnations of Avalokitesvara, a Bodhisattva of Compassion. the Name is a Combination of the Mongolic Word Dalai Meaning "ocean" or "big" (coming from Mongolian Title Dalai in Qan or Dalian Khan, Translated as 'gyatso' in Tibetan) and the Tibetan Word ??(bla-ma) Meaning "master, Guru".
Bhagsu Temple and Water Fall About Two Kilometers from Mcleod is a Holy Pilgrim Site for Hindus. Bhagsu, as It is Better Known Has An Ancient Shiv Temple. It is a Treat for Tourist Making It to Dharamshala During the Hot Months.
Naddi & Dal Lake Just 2 Kms from Mcleodganj is the Sacred Dal Lake Known for Its Religious Water. The Lake is Regarded is the Lake of Lord Shiva. One Kms Ahead is the Famous Location Called Naddi,
st. John's Church One of the Most Poignant Memories of the British Raj is the Church of St. John, Situated in the Wilderness. This Charmingly Dressed Stone Church is Located Just 8-kms from Dharamshala On the Way to Mcleodganj….overnight Stay At Mecleodganj
Day 4 : Dharamshala to Naddi & Mecleodganj visit
Morning After Breakfast to See Run Way Local Side Seen Naddi & Mecleodganj Visit
naddi:-viewing of Himalayas, Its Snow Clad Peaks is Always Mesmerizing Naddi is One such Place, Where We Can have Full View of the Majestic Mountains. Naddi is Near Mcleodgunj.about 3 Kms Away. There is No Govt Transport to Reach the Place .one Has to Hire a Taxi. But It is Worth. Here We Can have the View of the Dhauladhar Range of Himalayas. Here There are Persons Who Explain the Mountain Thru Their Telescopes, for a Rent. Though There are Few Way Side Tea Shops, Their Cleanliness is Questionable.so It is Better to Take Bottled Water.
Mcleod Ganj:- (also Spelt Mcleodganj or Mcleodganj) is a Suburb of Dharamshala in Kangra District of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is Known as "little Lhasa" or "dhasa" (a Short Form of Dharamshala Used Mainly By Tibetans) Because of Its Large Population of Tibetans. the Tibetan Government-in-exile is Headquartered in Mcleod Ganj.
Norbulingka Institute Just 4-kms from Dharamshala, Norbulingka Was Established to Preserve and Teach the Ancient Tibetan Arts.
Gyuto Monastery Sidhbari is Where is Located the Karmapas Temporary Residence, At Gyuto Monastery. Sidhbari is About Six Kilometers from Dharamshala. Karmapa Means "the One Who Carries Out Buddha-activity" or "the Embodiment of all the Activities of the Buddha’s.
Chinmaya Nestled in the Spectacular Dhauladhar Ranges of the Himalayas is the Chinmaya Tapovan Ashram. It Is, One of the Main Retreats of the Chinmaya Mission. It is Important as a Center of the Sandeep Any Vedanta Course, Meditation Camps, Vedic Teachings.
Day 5 : DAY02 Dharamshala to Kullu to Mandi to Manali
Morning After Breakfast Check Out Hotel to See Run Way Side Seen Kullu Mandi to Manali
kullu Valley is a Broad Open Valley Formed By the Beas River Between Manaliand Largi. This Valley is Famous for Its Temples, Beauty and Its Majestic Hills Covered with Pine and Deodar Forest and Sprawling Apple Orchards. The Course of the Beas River Presents a Succession of Magnificent, Clad with Forests of Deodar, Towering Above Trees of Pine On the Lower Rocky Ridges. Kullu Valley is Sandwiched Between the Pir Panjal, Lower Himalayan and Great Himalayan Ranges.
Mandi District (earlier Known as Mandavya Nagar) is One of the Central Districts of Himachal Pradesh State in Northern India. Mandi Town is the Headquarters of Mandi District. The Town Has Mythological and Historical Significance and Boasts of Unique Temple Architecture. It is Referred to as Chhota Kashi as There are Many Ancient Temples in the City and On the Banks of River Beas. The Beas Flows Through the Town and Hills, Which Makes this Town More Scenic. It Has a Serene Ambiance Though the Modern Development Has Made Its Inroads Here in Infrastructural Developments
manali is a Valley Nestled in the Mountains of the Indian State of Himachal Pradesh Near the Northern End of the Kullu Valley, At An Altitude of 2,050 M (6,726 Ft.) in the Beas River Valley. It is Located in the Kullu District, About 270 Km (168 Mi) North of the State Capital, Shimla, 309 Km (192 Miles) Northeast of Chandigarh and 544 Km (338 Miles) Northeast of Delhi, the Federal Capital. The Small Town, with a Population of 8,096, is the Beginning of An Ancient Trade Route to Ladakh and from There Over the Karakoram Passon to Yarkand and Khotan in the Trim Basin. It is a Popular Tourist Destination and Serves as the Gateway to Lahaul & Spiti District as Well as Leh.
Day 6 : Manali to Solang valley & Rohtangpass Visit
Morning After Breakfast to Solang Valley & Rohtangpass Visit
solang Valley:-solang Nula (valley) Derives Its Name from Combination of Words Solang (nearby Village) and Nullah (water Stream). It is a Side Valley At the Top of the Kullu Valley in Himachal Pradesh, India 14 Km Northwest of the Resort Town Manali On the Way to Rohtang Pass, and is Known for Its Summer and Winter Sport Conditions. The Sport’s Most Commonly Offered are Parachuting, Paragliding, Skating and Zorbing.
Giant Slopes of Lawn Comprise Solang Valley and Provide Its Reputation as a Popular Ski Resort. A Few Ski Agencies Offering Courses and Equipment Reside Here and Operate Only During Winters.
Snow Melts During the Summer Months Starting May and Skiing is Then Replaced By Zorbing (a Giant Ball with Room for 2 People Which is Rolled Down a 200 Metre Hill), Paragliding, Parachuting and Horse Riding. A Ropeway Was Recently Opened. Going to the Summit Can Be Possible By Atvs, Ropeway or Climbing
rohtangpass:- Rohtangpass is a High Mountain Pass On the Eastern Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas Around 51 Km (32min) from Manali It Connects the Kullu Valley with the Lahaul and Spiti Valleys or Himachal Pardesh India the First Electric Bus Service At 1300ft Altitude Started On Manali Rohtangpass
hadimba Temple: - Hadimba Devi Temple also Known Variously as the Hadimba Temple is Located in Manali Hill Station in the State of Himachal Pardesh in North India It is An Ancient Cave Temple Dedicated to Hadimba Devi Wife of a Figure in the Indian Epic, Mahabharata the Temple the Temple is Surrounded By a Cedar Forest all the Foot of the Himalayas the Sanctuary is Built Over Huge Rock Jutting Out of the Ground Which Was Worshiped as An Image of the Deity.
Day 7 : Manali local Side seen visit
Morning After Breakfast to Manali Local Side Seen Visit
museum of Himachal Culture and Folk Art is a Stone’s Throw from Hadimba Devi Temple At Manali. It is Located 2-3 Km from Manali Main Town
the Great Himachal National Park Conservation Area as a Natural Site Was Inscribed Into the Unesco World Heritage List During the Session of the 38th World Heritage Committees in Doha, the State of Qatar, On 23rd June 2014.
Manu Temple is One of the Main Tourist Attractions in Manali. It’s Old Manali Region and Connected with Main Market Through a Road Which Passes Through Manali Community Center Here are Some Photographs of the Place
tibetan Monastery a Large Number of Migrants from Tibet Live in Himachal Pradesh. A Considerable Portion of this Population Lives in Kullu District. Therefore, the Presence of Tibetan Monasteries in the Area is Not Astonishing. In 1969, the Gadhan the Choking Gompa Monastery Was Set Up.
Day 8 : Manali To Manikaran Shimla & Shimla Market Visit
Morning After Breakfast Check Out Hotel to Manikaran Visit
manikaran is a Small Town Located in the Parvati Valley in Kill’s District of Himachal Pardesh It Lies On the Banks of River Parvati this Town is Situated At a Height of 1760m Above the Sea Level It is Regarded as the Pilgrim Center for Had Created the First from of Human Life Right Here in Manikaran After the Legendary Floods There for It is a Very Sacred Place for Them the Sikhs have a Very Famous Gurudwara Here Which Was Visited By Their Guru Manikaran Attracts a Large Number of Tourists Not Only Because of Its Reputation as a Holy Land But also Because of Its Scenic Beauty as Well as is Famous Hot Springs.
Shimla: - Shimla is the Capital and the Largest City of Northern Indian State of Himachal Pardesh Shimla is also a District Which is Bounced By Mandi and Kullu in the North Kinnaur in the East the State of Uttarakhand in the South East and Solan and Succeeding Murree North East of Rawalpindi After Independence the City Became the Capital of Punjab and Was Later Named the Capital of Himachal Pardesh It is the Principal Commercial Cultural and Educational Center of the Hilly Regions of the State
Day 9 : Shimla To Kufri Local Side Seen Visit
Kufri:-while in Shimla, Visit Its Colder, Higher and Less Crowded Cousin, Kufri Just 13 Km Away from the Main Town. The Views and Sceneries Here Only Get Better, and the Landscapes More Flattering, a Bit Untouched with the Tourist Rush However, Kufri Too is Becoming Increasingly Popular with the Visitors, Especially Due to the Zoo Here. One Must Visit Kurri’s Zoological Park Which is Famous for Having Rare Species of Antelopes, Felines, Bears and Birds Including Himalayan Monal, Which is the State Bird of Himachal Pradesh.mashru Peak is the Highest Point Here and One Can Reach By Trekking Up to that Point. Otherwise, Kufri Itself is Very Cold and is Used as a Ski Ground During Winters. There are Accommodation Options also Available Here. Wildflower Hall is also Located Nearby.
mall Road:-mall Road is the Main Street in Shimla, the Capital City of Himachal Pradesh, India Constructed During British Colonial Rule, the Mall Road is Located a Level Below the Ridge. The Offices of Municipal Corporation, Fire Service, and Police Headquarters are Located Here. Automobiles, Except Emergency Vehicles are Not Allowed On this Road. For this Reason, Locals and Tourists are Often Found Strolling On this Road in the Evenings
the Ridge:-the Ridge Road is a Large Open Space, Located in the Heart of Shimla, the Capital City of Himachal Pradesh, India. The Ridge is the Hub of all Cultural Activities of Shimla. It is Situated Along the Mall Road, Which is the Famous Shopping Center of Shimla. Most Major Places of Shimla like Snow Don, Mall, Jakhoo Hill, Etc. Are Connected Through the Ridge.
Christ Church:-christ Church, Shimla, is the Second Oldest Church in North India, After St John's Church in Meerut. It is a Parish in the Diocese of Amritsar in the Church of North India. Its Current Incumbent is the Rev. Sohan Lal, Whose Ecclesiastical Designation is Presbyter-in-charge. Worship is Conducted in Hindi and English
Day 10 : Shimla To Drop Pathankot
Morning After Breakfast Check Out Hotel to See Run Wayside Seen to Drop Pathankot Chakki Bank Railway Station.
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