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Day 1 : Amritsar to Dalhousie Local Side Seen Visit
Pick up Amritsar Railway Station Move to Dalhousie Hotel after Fresh to See run way side visit
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.
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
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.
City Shopping, Dalhousie Overview The bustling and vibrant street of Gandhi Chowk is known as the lifeline of Dalhousie. If you want to buy unique handicrafts and experience local talent, then Gandhi Chowk in Dalhousie is the place for you. Also known as GPO, this place is filled with various markets and shops; ranging from The Tibetan Market, the Himachal Handloom Industry Emporium, Himachal Handloom and Crafts Centre and Tibetan Handicrafts Centre. There is a plethora of various small shops to fulfill your list of gift items. All the major buildings and hotels are situated here, at GPO. The Tibetan market is a popular spot, which offers a variety of goods including bags, dolls, carpets, purses and handicrafts. The Himachal Handloom Industry Emporium on Thandi sarak is known for its traditional Kashmiri shawls; which reflects the intricate craftsmanship of the locals. These handicrafts are unique in their own way. Bhuttico was established by local women in the mid 19th century. It offers a wide range of the famous Kullu shawls; made from lamb's wool, angora, pashmina. Recently, they have also started making the popular embroidered shawls.
Day 2 : Dalhousie to Khajjiar Local Side Seen Visit
Morning After Breakfast to Khajjiar Visit
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.
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
St. Andrew's Church was built in the year 1903 at balloon by protestant Christians and commonly known as the Church of Scotland
Bara Pather is a famous temple in Dalhousie that attracts a lot of visitors everyday. It is located amidst the quiet and pristine surroundings of Chamba Valley and is dedicated to Bhulwani Mata. The tourists love visiting this place for its excellent views of the snow-clad Himalayas and the pleasant weather that makes the environment cool and comfortable. Bara Pather is only 4 km away from Dalhousie, and is on the way to Kalatop. Though the scenic beauty of this place is worth a visit, many tourists come here only to visit the Bhulwani Mata's temple, which is positioned in the village of Ahla amid the thick forests.
Day 3 : Dalhousie to Dharamshala to Mcleodganj to Naddi & Dal Lake Visit
Early Morning after breakfast Check out Hotel to Move Dharamshala See Run Way side seen Mcleodganj to Naddi & Dal Lake Visit
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
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,
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.
McLeodganj Market is famous for its culture, crafts, etc. and tourists flock in from different parts of the world to experience it and be a part of it. The shopping experience in McLeodganj is worth remembering, provided you know how to bargain and purchase the local items of the place such as Tibetan mats and carpets. The area is also famous for its jewelry. Handmade paintings are a hit there, are beautifully made and a perfect gift to give someone
Day 4 : Mcleodganj Local side seen Visit to Kullu Mandi to Manali
Early Morning after Breakfast Check out Hotel visit Mcleodganj & Naddi Local side seen Move to Kullu Mandi to Manali Visit
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.
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
Cricket Stadium HPCA Cricket stadium set against the backdrop of the dramatic snow clad mountains, is perched on the high slopes in the upper reaches of Kangra valley. Today, Dharamshala has become the synonymous to the Tibetan government in exile and the home town of Tibetan leader His Holiness Dalai Lama along with the Cricket Stadium. It is not only noted for its cool salubrious air and its stunning mountain scenery but known for serene ambience, rolling meadows and spell binding views.
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.
After visit move manali see run way side seen
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 Passion to Yarkand and Khotan in the Trim Basin.
Day 5 : Manali to Solang Valley to Rohtangpass Visit
Morning after Breakfast move to Solang valley to Rohtangpass Visit
Gulabo Point Gulaba is a small village near Manali which is located on the road to Rohtang pass. Named after Raja Gulab Singh of Kashmir, the village of Gulaba is flanked by the picturesque beauty of snow covered mountains, grasslands and the Beas river that washes away its landscapes. Owing to such an amazing topography. Being reputed as a heavy snowfall region, the landscapes of Gulaba have turned out to be a hub for adventure sports.
Solang Valley Solang Valley is easily every adventure lover's paradise. There are a wide variety of activities and adventure sports here, where you can really challenge the daredevil in you. Among these, paragliding is perhaps the most pursued activity here. In this sport, you are supposed to jump from a higher altitude such that a parachute opens up and allows to cover some horizontal distance as well. Here at the Solang Valley, ample arrangements are in place such that both freshers and experienced paragliders can enjoy this activity. Best time for paragliding varies according to seasons.. This activity is generally shut down during the monsoon season due to unfavourable weather conditions.
Rohtangpass gateway to Lahaul-Spiti valley. It affords a wide panoramic view of the mountains. Here one sees the majesty of the mountains at its height and splendor. At the top of the pass the air seems to glitter against the snow as you look down over herringboned ridges into the Lahaul valley After This Visit Local market
Hadimba Devi Temple, also known variously as the Hadimba Temple, is located in Manali, a hill station in the State of Himachali Pradesh in north India. It is an ancient cave temple dedicated to Hadimba Devi, sister of Hadimba, a figure in the Indian epic Mahabharata. The temple is surrounded by a cedar forest at the foot of the Himalayas. The sanctuary is built over a huge rock jutting out of the ground which was worshipped as an image of the deity. The structure was built in 1553.
Day 6 : Manali Local side Seen Visit
Morning after Breakfast 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 Museum was established in 1998 to collect and exhibit cultural and folk art antiques articles of Himachal Pradesh. But the initiative to collect articles of traditional values from all over Himachal began long time back in 1990.
The Great Himalayan National Park Conservation Area (GHNPCA) as a Natural Site was inscribed into the UNESCO World Heritage List during the session of the 38th World Heritage Committee in Doha, the State of Qatar, on 23rd June 2014.The inscription confirms Great Himalayan National Park Conservation Areas Outstanding Universal Value as a site containing the most important and significant natural habitats for in-situ conservation of Western Himalayan biological diversity, including those containing threatened species of outstanding universal value from the point of view of science or conservation.
Manu Temple is one of the main tourist attractions in Manali.. Its in Old Manali region and connected with main market through a road which passes through Manali Community Center Here are some photographs of the place. The temple is dedicated to the Indian sage Manu who is said to be the creator of the world and the writer of Manuscript. This temple is considered as only Manu temple on earth and most of the foreigners come to see this temple. For Foreigners, this temple is must go place and other places can missed, but this can't be...
Club House The Club House Manali is located in the center of the city near the Mall road. It offers comprehensive facilities that include a roller skating rink, an auditorium, billiards rooms, a library, a bar, and a restaurant. The place is one of the most favorite attractions in Manali for kids, who can play video games, enjoy Go carting etc. available here. The Club House Manali is run by HPTDC and there's a little something for everyone here. Other interesting games that can be enjoyed here are Carrom, table tennis, and pool.
The Manali Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary in Himachal Pradesh in northern India. The sanctuary starts about 2 km from Manali. It is the catchment of Manalsu khad. A path from Manali log huts and Dhungri temple passes through dense Deodar, Kael, Horse chestnut, Walnut and Maple forests. Musk deer, Monal and Brown bear, Leopard and Snow leopard are some of the common animals seen here
The Vashisht hot waters springs are said to cure many skin diseases. Many people go to the Vashisht baths to take a dip and rid themselves of skin infections and diseases. There are separate baths for both men and women. The baths are fitted with Turkish style showers. These baths are close to the hot water spring so that hot and cold water can be separately piped. Vashisht also houses some of the most famous temples in its vicinity. The place is a refreshing destination which allows you to indulge in exotic baths with the striking backdrop of the Himalayan beauty .
The Mall Road is the throbbing nerve street of Manali, and is lined with plenty of hotels, eateries and shopping opportunities. That explains the top three things you can do around here - sleep, eat and shop. Buzzing with activity throughout the day, especially during the peak summer season, this is the perfect place to begin exploring Manali, as your hotel is most likely to be around the corner.
Day 7 : Manali to Manikaran to Shimla Local Market Visit
Early Morning After Breakfast Check Out Hotel Move to See run way side seen Manikaran Then Move Shimla Local Market Visit
Manikaran is famous for its hot springs. Thousands of people take a holy dip in hot waters here. The water is so hot that dal, rice & vegetables etc. can be cooked in it. It is also a well-known pilgrimage place for both Hindus & Sikhs. Ramchandra and Shiva temples besides a Gurudwara are there. According to an old legend, Manikaran is connected with Lord Shiva and his divine consort, Parvati, who lost her ear rings here, which gave birth to hot waters on the bank of Parvati River Manikaran is a pilgrimage centre for Hindus and Sikhs. The Hindus believe that Manu recreated human life in Manikaran after the flood, making it a sacred area. It has many temples and Gurudwara. There are temples of the Hindu deities Rama, Krishna, and Vishnu. The area is well known for its hot springs and it’s beautiful.
Evening Time Shimla Local Market Visit…………….
Shimla also known as Shimla is the capital and the largest city of the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Shimla is also a district which is bounded by Mandi and Kullu in the north, Kinnaur in the east, the state of Uttarakhand in the south-east, and Solan and Sirmaur. In 1864, Shimla was declared as the summer capital of British India, succeeding Murree, northeast of Rawalpindi. After independence, the city became the capital of Punjab and was later named the capital of Himachal Pradesh. It is the principal commercial, cultural and educational center of the hilly regions of the state
Lakkar Bazaar :-Lakkar Bazaar or the wood Bazaar is on a narrow road adjoining the Ridge. The Bazaar road also leads to the Indira Gandhi Medical College and hospital and DAV school. It is popular for wooden decorative items and souvenirs. The items here are comparatively cheaper than in Delhi and other cities. The shops here offer almost everything from decorative items to articles used daily in kitchen. The market came into being after a group of Sikh carpenters came and settled here from Hoshiapur. They continue to churn out charming wooden products from woods such as deodars and walnut, which are commonly found around Shimla.
Day 8 : Shimla to Kufri & Local Side Seen Visit
Morning After Breakfast to Move Kufri Local side seen visit
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.
Scandal Point:- Summer Hill is a picturesque spot on Shimla-Kalka railway line that offers amazing views of the snow covered mountains. Located only a few kilometers away from Shimla, this lovely township offers quiet surroundings and scenic views of the nearby hills. Summer Hill is the same place where Mahatma Gandhi had visited and stayed at the elegant Georgian House of Raj Kumari Amrit Kaur. The place seems to be fully covered with snow during winter and extremely pleasant during summers. The Himachal University too is located in the stunning backdrop of Summer Hill.
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.
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
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
Day 9 : Shimla to Amritsar Local Visit
Morning after Breakfast check out Hotel Move to Amritsar See run way side seen Visit
Evening Time Visit Wagah Border in Amritsar between Pakistan and India is the only road border between the two countries. It lies on the Grand Trunk Road between the cities of Amritsar, Punjab, India, and Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. The border is located 22 km from Lahore and 28 km from Amritsar. Apart from its national significance it is visited with great patriotism and enthusiasm for the ceremony that happens every day before sunset. The highlight is lowering of the flags of the two countries simultaneously. The flags are folded and the ceremony ends with a gesture that involves a brusque handshake between soldiers from either side which is followed by the closing of the gates. The spectacle of the ceremony attracts many visitors from both sides of the border, as well as international tourists for its high energy and enthusiastic ceremonial practice. This checkpoint at Wagah Border in Amritsar draws plenty of global attention and affords a stage for Indian and Pakistani paramilitary forces to strut their tough stuff. Each sunset, there are noisy partisan crowds cheering on the BSF and the Rangers as they present arms with much stage managed, in-your-face ceremony, each side trying to outdo the other.
Golden Temple Night View - Golden temple at night is certainly a treat for the eyes & soul. The peaceful temple, which represents Amritsar for travellers, is highly revered by the Sikh community. The influx of devotees starts early morning and continues till 10 pm. If you have a day for Golden Temple, you should definitely make it a point to visit at night. On certain occasions, when there is a birth anniversary of a Sikh Guru or an important event for Sikh community, Golden temple at night transmutes into a marvel beyond the golden lights and shades of it on the holy lake. IL luminous firecrackers cover the sky above the shimmering golden temple at night and coerce the stars to disappear
Day 10 : Amritsar local Side Seen to Drop Amritsar
Morning after Breakfast Check out hotel to see run way side seen Amritsar
Golden Temple Day View Amritsar is one of Punjab’s principal cities, dating back in history over 400 years. It is known more for the world famous Golden Temple, the seat of Sikh religion. Situated on the north-western border of India, the city is also gateway for the travelers on the overland route through Pakistan. The Wagah border, which is the check-post, is about 29 kms away. Amritsar literally means "the pool of nectar", the name derived from a pool constructed at the sacred site in the 16th century, gifted by the Mughal Emperor Akbar to Guru Ramdas, the fourth preceptor of the Sikh faith.
Jallianwala Bagh is a public garden in Amritsar in the Punjab state of India, and houses a memorial of national importance, established in 1951 by the Government of India, to commemorate the massacre by British occupying forces of peaceful celebrators including unarmed women and children, on the occasion of the Punjabi New Year on April 13, 1919 in the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre. Colonial British Raj sources identified 379 fatalities and estimated about 1100 wounded .Civil Surgeon Dr. Smith indicated that there were 1,526 casualties.
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. This temple derives its name from the Goddess Durga, the chief Goddess deified and worshipped here. Idols of Goddess Laksmi(goddess of wealth) and Vishnu (the protector of the world) are also deified here and worshipped.………………………. Drop Amritsar Railway Station or Airport.
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