Himachal Tourist Guide

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Dalhousie, Chamba, IndiaDalhousie is a hill station full of colonial charm that holds lingering echoes of the Raj. Spread out over five hills. Named after Lord Dalhousie...


Dharamsala, Kangra, HimachalDharamsala is bea- utiful & peaceful town, surrounded by forests of pine. Up there is Suburb of Dharamsala called Macleodganj or Little Lhasa...

Trilokpur - 41km from Dharamsala

Trilokpur , 41 km from DharamsalaTrilokpur is famous for its famous old temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Trilokpur is 41 km from Dharamsala and can be approached by road. High on the ridge of the cave are ruins of a palace and baradari (audience hall) of Lehna Singh Majitha, Governor of Kangra hills during the Sikh rule.This is situated at Pathankot Dharamsala main National Highway just after Kotla. Kotla is 45km from Pathankot. After about 5km from Kotla, there comes Trilokpur.

Lord Shiva Temple, TrilokpurA Natural cave temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is famous for its stalactite and stalagmite formations. Here is natural cave at the base of hill, photography inside is prohibited. The cave has natural lime formations of centuries old and a temple of Lord Shiva is established since long time. Outside, the water stream which flow very strong in rainy season, has cut the stones in very magical shapes. The point is interesting and holy.

History : Once in ancient times, Lord Shiva was in deep meditation in this cave. At that time, the natural pillars that can be now seen around the Lingam of Lord Shiva, were of gold. Exactly above the Lingam of Lord Shiva was the shelter of the Lord Sheshnag (divine king of snakes). At that time, milk used to pour out of the mouth of the Lord Sheshnaga to the hairs of Lord Shiva, as if Lord Sheshnaga has spread hood of thousand mouths. At that time a shepherd came grazing his cattle in this dense forest and entered the cave. Seeing the golden pillars, greed crept to the heart of shepherd. Shepherd thought to cut some gold out of the pillars and take the same away while old man (Lord Shiva) was asleep. The shepherd cut some gold and came out of the cave. When he came out of the cave, he became blind. However when he would leave the piece of gold in the cave, he could see again. He tried this many times and every time with piece of gold with him, he would become blind and without piece of gold he could see again. When in meditation, Lord Shiva saw that the shepherd was committed to take the gold with him, Lord Shiva cursed him and shepherd along with all his cattle turned into stones. Lord Shiva thought that if such kind of things could happen in Satyuga, when 'Dharma' was at its peak, even worse would happen in times to come. Thus he converted the golden pillars into stones. Similarly in place of milk, water started pouring out of the mouths of Sheshnaga.
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chamba, himachal
Chamba valley, the most loveliest in Himachal, is known for its scenic attractions, sparkling streams, beautiful lakes and crowned with high mountains ranges...

Kullu Manali

Kullu Manali, Himachal

 Kullu - Manali, A honeymooners place, is gifted with every thing that one can imagine. Kullu "The end of habitable world" and  Manali "Queen of Hills"...



Shimla, Himachal, India

 Shimla a tourist destination. A beautiful hill town in the lap of nature, surrounded by pine and deodar forests. At a distance of 45 km, a prettiest place Solan exists"...


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