Manali

History

Manali is a hill station nestled in the mountains of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh near the northern end of the Kullu Valley. The Name ‘Manali’ exactly means the house of ‘Manu’ when Manu with other Gods were flooded, seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu saved him. It is a place where Manu found refugee. It is developed after the British, they use to stay here during summer time. British started settling here, which developed Manali to a great extent. Manali has a population of approximately 30,000 and is a governmentally part of the Kullu district.

Manali has captivating scenic spot, historic monuments and numerous enticing places.

Solang Valley is good for adventure seekers, photo fanatics and nature lovers. Entry fee is 500 Rupees for Zorbing and L200 Rupees for Paragliding. You can enjoy these activities with mesmerizing view of mountains all day of week, from 9AM to 6PM. Also visit the nearby places like Kothi Gorge, Café Zeppeline and Kugti Wildlife.

Maa Sharvari temple is considered to be the most worship temple in the Manali. It is a best place to God lovers for some peace and quiet. The temple is just 5 Km from the main market where you can also visit Zana falls,Nehru Kund, Jogini Falls, Café 1947 and Pizzeria.

Rohtang Pass Mountain is the well set example of nature and wildlife. Best place for experience seekers, adventure seekers and nature lovers. There is no fee to the “Highest Jeepable Road in the World” but the visiting time to note is 10AM to 10PM. Rohtang is open between November to April because it receives so much snowfall. However, special winter clothes and shoes are obtainable at innumerable shops on the way to Rohtang.

Hidimba Temple is a must visit to witness simple architecture and historic design by the sheer art of stone carvings.

Gauri Shanr Temple is the last standing structure of the Gurjara- Pratihara traditions. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati in Shikara style architecture.

Kothi is a small village surrounded by majestic snow capped peaks with the wonderful Beas River showing beautiful scenes of nature.

The nearest airport to Manali is at Bhuntr town known as Kullu-Manali domestic airport. The Chandigadh airport is the nearest international airport. Manali can be reached by road from Chandigadh, Delhi, Bilaspur, Mandi, Sundarnagar and Kullu towns.

Paragliding, Rafting, Himalayan Caravan Adventure, Rock Climbing, Zorbing and Friendship

peak trekking are the must visit place to experience real activities. Mall road and shopping at old Manali are the best places to know the local attire.


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