Manikaran: Sitting By The Hot Water Springs In Gurudwara Sahib Is Pure Bliss

by Sanmita A 67

Himachal Pradesh is one of those destinations in India with ample spots yet to be discovered. If you live in the North of India, you have likely visited Himachal, but exploring every bit of it will take a while. However, as you visit Manali or Shimla, we recommend you travel beyond these places. As you head to the less explored, you will be amazed by the serenity you will experience.

Manikaran: Visit The Holy Gurudwara Sahib

Manikaran in Himachal Pradesh is one of those places in India which is considered as a holy destination by the Sikhs. The place draws a lot of travellers every year due to the presence of the hot springs. All tourists who visit Manikaram also plan their visit to the Gurudwara Sahib. Be a Sikh or Hindu, a visit to the serene Gurudwara on the banks of the Parvati river is blissful. This Gurudwara in Manikaran opens at 5 am in the morning, so you can even plan an early morning visit to the place to enjoy the ecstasy of the place.

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The Hot Springs & Why You Must Visit The Place


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After spending time at the holy Gurudwara Sahib, you must soak yourself in the hot spring in Manikaran. It is believed to have many healing elements that make a dip into the spring a significant attraction. Manikaran hot spring is famous, and to bathe in the spring water, there are different spaces for both men and women. Apart from these two major attractions, a few activities that can be part of your Manikaran itinerary include a trek to the nearby mountains, visiting the famous temples, and enjoying a relaxing stay in this part of the state.

To reach there the nearest airport is Kullu-Manali Airport. If you wish to admire the roads to Himachal, you might as well take the public state buses or even the private buses that ply regularly.

On your next visit to this hilly state, plan a visit to Manikaran instead of the usual tourist spots.

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