• Kangra valley

    Kangra valley

    This place is the most desired tourist destinations of Dharamshala and it lies in the southern spur of Dhauladhar mountain range in the valley and it is the highest peak of the Dhauladhar range. This valley also has Masroor rock cut temples which is also known as Himalayan Pyramid and it is the contender for UNESCO world heritage sites. This site is a series of 15 temples carved out of a single rock.

  • Dal Lake (Himachal Pradesh)

    Dal Lake (Himachal Pradesh)

    This lake is a mid size lake 11 km away from Dharamshala. The name of this lake is being taken from Dal Lake Kashmir. This lake though not very famous is beautiful and it is surrounded by Deodar trees. The greenish water of the lake is an added beauty and the Shiva Mandir near the lake gives it a religious touch and hence it is a must visit.

  • Tibetan institute of performing arts (TIPA)

    Tibetan institute of performing arts (TIPA)

    TIPA was founded by the 14th Dalai Lama while he was in Dharamshala during his exile from Tibet in the year 1959. This institute was set up by Dalai Lama in order to preserve Tibetan art forms and heritage like dance and music. There were performances all days in initial stages and it also served as the refugee camps for Tibetans at that time.

  • Bhagsu Waterfalls

    Bhagsu Waterfalls

    This is a waterfall in Bhagsu village near Dharamshala about 2 km away from Mc Leodganj and the site has Bhagsunath temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. This site is a tourist attraction as well as a major place for Hindu pilgrims. The waterfalls are 20m in height and during the monsoons they look just awesome. The nearby restaurant is a great place to grab a Magee while sightseeing.

  • Chintpurni Devi temple

    Chintpurni Devi temple

    Chintpurni Devi temple is one of the most important tourist locations and it is one of the major Shaktipeeths. It is located near the city and it borders with the neighboring state Punjab. The major deity is Chhinnamastika Devi who is a form of Goddess Sati in headless state. The temple is open from 4 am to 11 pm and devotees from all over the country come here.

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