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Club Mahindra Dharamshala

Breathtaking mountainscapes greet visitors at Kangra Valley. Lying at the foothills of Dhauladhar range, this chalet style resort offers visitors peace and tranquility and a rejuvenating vacation.

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  • Top 10 sights in Dharamshala by AartiC

    The small town of Dharamsala will take your breath away once you lay your eyes on it as the scenic beauty is beyond anyones imagination. It is a small town nestled in the Kangra valley. It is home for hundreds of Tibetans and Indians and it is a place where they live in harmony and there is a kind of serenity which is beyond anyones understanding.
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  • A Dharamshala experience By Ashish Mantri

    High, High, what a feeling to fly
    Over mountains & forests and seas
    And to go anywhere that I please.

    The Eagles, sung so beautifully by the famous Swedish pop group Abba, has been a perennial favourite of mine since my college days as it epitomizes the freedom one would love to enjoy just like the eagles and other majestic birds.

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Sight Seeing

1. Triund and Ilaka Trek

One has to drive to Mcleodganj and then trek to Triund and Ilaka Peak, where you can experience, touch and feel the snow. It is a magnificent journey to undertake.

2. Aghanjar Mahadev Temple Trek

This trek takes one to the Mahadev (Lord Shiva) temple by the river stream. This rustic temple is nestled inside a cave and is known for the special one-hour aartis every day at different times. A charming place to visit.

3. Tea Garden Trek

Enjoy a two-way 5-kilometre trek through the tea gardens and the beautiful Kandi village. The trek is a unique one in that one gets to see Goddess Feti Mata in a split rock.

4. Indru Nag Temple Trek

The 12-kilometre trek to and from the Indru Nag Temple takes one through the local village and some very splendid and enjoyable scenery.

5. Trip to St. John Church

A trip to St John Church takes one to a variety of places of worship and history. From the Talnu Viewpoint to St. John Church to Mcleodganj, Bhagsunath and the Dalai Lama Temple to the Mata Kunal Pathri Temple, the Tea factory and the War Memorial. It offers one a dynamic and diverse glimpse into the area.

6. Pong Dam

The Pong Dam, also known as the Beas Dam, is an earth-filled embankment dam on the Beas River just upstream of Talwara in Himachal Pradesh. The Maharana Pratap Sagar, which was created by the dam, became a renowned bird sanctuary. It is a majestic place to visit.

7. Baba Baroh Temple Tour

A drive to Baroh takes one through lush pine forests and an enjoyable time. It is famous for the black and white marble temple of Radha Krishnan and the metal idol of Durga.

8. Baijnath Shiva Temple and Art Gallery Tour

This tour takes one on a trip to the temple of Chamunda Devi and Shiva Vaidyanatha (Lord of Physicians), which rests in the midst of the mountains. The journey is beautiful and the destination is simply breath-taking. One should also visit the famous artist Shobha Singh Art Gallery, which houses many magnificent paintings.

9. Mcleodganj Monastery

This town is home to some of the most important Buddhist sites, the most prominent one being the Tsuglagkhang or Tsuglag Khang, the Dalai Lama's temple. It has statues of Shakyamuni, Avalokitesvara, and a statue of Padmasambhava (Guru Rinpoche). Other Buddhist and Tibetan sites in McLeodGanj include the Namgyal Monastery, the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts, Gompa Dip Tse-Chok Ling (a small monastery), the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives, Gangchen Kyishong (called Gangkyi for short by Tibetans and the premises of the Tibetan government-in-exile), Mani Lakhang Stupa, Nechung Monastery, and Norbulingka Institute, which is 8 kilometres away. This is truly a centre of learning and a place where one can discover Tibetan culture.

10. Palampur

One of the major attractions in the Kangra valley, Palampur is located 38 kilometres south east of Dharamshala. The town is home to the internationally acclaimed Kangra tea. Palampur and its surroundings offer visitors many adventure activities like trekking, gliding and camping. A must visit.

11. Jwalamukhi Temple Tour

Jwalamukhi is dedicated to the "Goddess of Light". The golden tower (dome) of the temple was a gift from Emperor Akbar. one of the most popular Hindu temples in northern India, it possesses an eternally burning and shining blue flame that emanates from the rock sanctum and is fed by the priests with the offerings of devotees. This flame is considered a manifestation of the Goddess. One can enjoy the two important fairs held here during the Navratras in early April and mid-October.

12. Chintapurni Temple Tour

Chintapurni Temple is the shrine dedicated to Parvathi Devi, the Goddess known as the remover of all troubles. It is believed that the feet of Goddess Parvathi fell here when she embraced Sati. The idol of Chhinnamastika, the killer of the demon Nishumbha, is kept here. A visit during a ten-day fair held in the month of August each year is a fun yet crowded experience.

13. Masrur Rockcut Temple

Famous for its remarkable group of rock cut temples, Masrur is 32 kilometres from Kangra on the Nagrota Surian Link Road. These temples form a group of 15 monolithic, Indo Aryan style rock cut temples that are richly carved. These elaborately ornamented cave temples are the only rock shrines in the northern part of India. The main shrine contains three stone images of Ram Laxman and Sita, but the presence of the figure of Shiva in the centre of the lintel affords a strong presumption that the temple was originally dedicated to Mahadeva. It is a wonderful place to visit.

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