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Tibetan Monastery: A small monastery in a peaceful clearing has image of the Buddha & some exquisite tangkhas. Famous for carpet weaving & Tibetan handicrafts.

 

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Solang Valley (2760 M):  15 km. drive from Manali is on the way to Rohtang between Manali and Kothi is 3 km left to traditional wooden village of Palchan.

 

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Kothi (1980 M):  Last habitation in the valley barely 15 km. from here commands a spectacular view of the glaciers and deep gorges.

 
   

 

Manikaran: Famous for its hot water springs on the bank of the river Parvati. The water is so hot that Dal, Rice etc. can be cooked in it. A well known pilgrimage place on account of ancient Hindu Temple & Gurudwara. According to a legend Manikaran is also associated with lord Shiva and divine consort Parvati who lost and recovered her earring here.

 
 

Sight Seeing

 

Hadimba Temple:  Located in lovely wilderness and natural setting. It is just 2 km. from the Manali Mall. This four tiered pagoda shaped temple erected by Raja Bahadur Singh in 1553 is a marvelous piece of wooden carving and figures.

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Vashisth Sulphur Spring:  As the name indicates itself the place associated with saga Vashisth is 4 km. from Manu's land. This temple was built by the king Jayamajya around 1000 years back in the memory of his father.

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Jagatsukh : 10 km. drive leads on the first capital of the valley is famous for Gayatri and Shiva temple. Ghiva temple in pyramid from with beautiful carvings dates back to 8th century.

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Naggar Castle : Naggar Castle believed to have been built by Raja Sidh Singh in early 16th century was used as royal residence and was the state Head Quarter of the kingdom till the middle of the 17th century. It is presently converted into a tourist hotel running by H.P.T.D.C.

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Nicholas Roerich Museum : Naggar village assumes international importance for the Roerich Museum. Nicholas Roerich made his mark as on artist and explorer poet, author and a co-educator. A large number of his works in painting still adore the wall at the museum. 

   

Rohtang Pass: The highest point on the road. It offers limited skiing but ample trekking opportunities at an altitude of 4112 mts. on the high way Keylong to Leh. The pass affords a wide spread Panorama of mountain scenery almost directly to the well defined sonepani glacier slightly left the twin peaks of the geypan.

   

Kasol Valley: Charmingly located on open space with slopes down to a broad expanse of clear white sand at edge of the river Parvati.

 
 

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