Top Religious Places In Himachal

There are endless religious spots in Himachal Pradesh that you can count on. Some of them have been stated below. You can explore all the sites with New Bharat Travels Chandigarh at a very reasonable price. Himachal is a state in Northern India and is one of the most popular destinations for tourists. It’s got it all: mountains, forests, rivers, and valleys, and is surrounded by the Himalayas on three sides. It has some of the most spectacular scenic spots you’ll find anywhere in the world, as well as some very famous Hindu temples such as Kinner Kailash (at 3,636 meters) and Mukteshwar Shivalik (about 3,500 meters)

Top Religious Places In Himachal

From temples to monasteries and churches, you will have many options lined up on the charts for your visits in Manikaran, Dharamshala, Manali, and the Spiti Valley along with Kinnaur.

Top Religious Places In Himachal

Manikaran Sahib Gurdwara

top religious places in himachal

Manikaran Sahib is in Manikaran that is located in the Parvati Valley along the banks of the river Parvati in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. It is a major religious spot that is very prior to Sikhs and Hindus, both. Visit one of Kasol’s topmost destinationsManikaran Sahib, which is filled with green landscapes, scenic sights, and religious spots. From therapeutic hot springs to gurdwaras and temples as well as beautiful trekking spots, there is plenty to keep you busy here. In fact, the Gurdwara here is renowned as the site where Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati stayed for several years. This is also the site where Guru Nanak performed several miracles. You can feel the religious fervor all around and then sit down to fill langar. The food is cooked or boiled via the hot springs at the Gurdwara as the water is that hot.

Kangra

Top Religious Places In Himachal

Kangra in Himachal Pradesh is known as the mighty Land of the Gods that holds the huge spiritual spots namely, the Brajeshwari temple, Baijnath temple (This particular temple of Master Shiva is several years old. In truth, they have their source from the time when Ravana, the Lankan king resided on earth. It really is believed that Ravana worshipped Lord Shiva at this site. Still, other tales have it that Ravana was fooled by the gods to put down the Shivalinga which soon after became immovable from the area. The wall designs of Baijanath’s forehead depict its history. It seems a lot of site visitors on special times like Shivratri, and even during the month of Shravana), Chamunda Devi temple, Chinmay Tapovan, Bhagshunath Temple, Shri Kangra Jain Shwetambar Teerth, and also many other sites that are admirable amidst the beautiful natural landscapes.

Kinnaur 

top religious places in himachal

Kinnaur is another location that is known as the Land of Gods that is exactly 235 km away from Shimla known for its beautiful natural sceneries and also the mighty rivers namely, Spiti, Baspa, and Satluj. The Narayan-Nagini Temple, Durga Temple, Sangla Buddhist Monastery, Bering Nag Temple, Chandika Temple, and also many other sites are admirable amidst the beautiful natural landscapes. A handsome temple dedicated to goddess Chandika, more especially designated as Shuwang Chandika has spread the fame of village Kothi in the greater part of the district. The local people hold the goddess in great reverence and consider her to be one of the most powerful goddesses. There is an image of gold, seated in an ark. It is danced up and down by four persons at the time of worship. Visit these top religious places in Himachal with New Bharat Travels.

 

Hidimba Devi, Manali

top religious places in himachal

Hidimba was one of the spouses of Bhima, the Pandava hero of the Mahabharata. Although born in a demon race, Hidimba was a commendable woman by character. To honor this great lady, a temple was carried out in Manali by one of the previous kings of the location. It is believed that Hidimba Devi would meditate at this site and her footprints preserved inside the temple by the authorities are a testimony to the fact. The structure of this 500-year-old temple is a great sort of local aesthetic capabilities and craftsmanship.

 

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