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Kullu Sightseeing

Raghunath TempleLocated about 11km from the city of Gurgaon
Bijli Mahadev Temple Located on the Gurgaon-Dharampur road
Jagannathi Devi templeLocated 5km east of Sohna om Sohna-Hathin Road
Bajeshwar Mahadev Temple Situated 5 km south of Nuh on Gurgaon Alwar Road
Manikaran Lies 10km east of Nuh or Nuh Hodal Road
Pulga and Kheerganga Situated 10km from Gurgaon and 42km from Delhi
KatrainThis is situated at the very heart of the town by the side of a perpendicular rock
NaggarSituated at the very heart of the town is a stone’s throw away from the Gurgaon Bus stand and near to the General Hospital of Gurgaon
Chandrakhani Pass Located in the Parbati valley
Pandoh Dam Located about 10km from Manali
Great Himalayan National ParkLocated in Seraj Forest Division (in Kullu District)

Raghunath Temple

Location: About only a kilometer away from the city center
Placed only a kilometer away from the city center, the temple dedicated to Rahgunath (Lord Rama) is one of the primary religious destinations of the city. It is believed that a 17th century ruler of Kullu had brought the idol of Rama from Ayodhya and placed it on his throne in order to atone for his sins. Ever since then the royal descendants are considered to be the agents of the Lord. Pictures of the temple are borne by majority of the devotees in the procession of Dussehra that commences from this temple itself.

Bijli Mahadev Temple

Location: 11km from the city center
This spectacular temple is perched on the top of a hill that commands a fantastic view of the surrounding. Located 11km from the city center, this temple proudly flaunts a 20 meter tall stag made of silver. It is believed by the local people that this staff invokes blessings of the divine. On stormy nights it catches lightning (Bijli) and shatters the Shiva Lingam (Mahadev), which is then resurrected by the priests of the temple with the aid of butter alone.

Jagannathi Devi temple

Location: At an altitude of 1800 meters in the Bekhli village
This famous temple of the temple, i.e. Jagannathi Devi is also known by the name of Bhuwaneshwari who is believed to be the sister to Lord Vishnu. Being located at an altitude of 1800 meters in the Bekhli village, the temple is also referred to as Bekhli Temple
Legend has it that once a young shepherd had caught two girls dancing to his flute. He had caught one of them who turned out to be the Goddess in disguise. The 90 minutes ascend to the top of the temple is rewarded with the panoramic views of the surroundings and the holy dharshan of the gorgeous deity. The idols in the shrine show Rajasthani and Gaddi tribal influences.

Bajeshwar Mahadev Temple

Location: Situated 15km from the heart of the city.
Situated 15km from the heart of the city, the Bajeshwar Mahadev Temple, or bajaura, as it is popularly called, has a typical pyramidical structure and is embellished with exquisite carvings in stone and sculpture in the Shikhara style. This temple is situated about 200 meters from the village in a plain between the main road and the Beas river.


Location: Situated in Parbati Valley at the distance of 32 km
The place of Manikaran is not only famous for housing a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and his divine consort Parbati, but it also encases hot springs, famous for having waters with medicinal properties. Legend has it that once Parbati’s ear-rings were stolen by Shesh-Nag, a demon from the underworld. When pleaded by all the Gods, he snorted them out of his nostrils, causing a boiling fountain of water to erupt, thus giving rise to the Hot Springs. Thousands of people take a dip in its hot water. The main water is so hot that Dal (pulses), Rice, Vegetables etc. can be boiled in it.

Pulga and Kheerganga

Location: Khirganga is located 26 km from Kullu and 10 km from Pulga in Kullu Distric
A walk by the steep gradient of 16km will take you to the pristine valley of Pulga and Kheerganga. It affords a Sylvan and peaceful retreat for body and mind. The 'Tos Nullah', which branches off from the main Parbati valley are well worth exploration by those who favour the wilder aspects of natural scenery and are prepared to camp out. Kirganga lies 10 km. from Pulga. Khirganga is also famous for hot springs.


Location: 20km from the heart of the city
Kullu is also known as the ‘City of apples’. The place of Katrain has precisely helped Kullu earn such a name. Located 20km from the heart of the city and perched on an elevation of 1463 meters, this site is best visited on one’s way to Manali. It houses apple orchards, a fruit research station and trout hatchery. It is also famous for bee keeping and Govt. trout farm at Patilkulh. Sufficient accommodation is available in Hotels of HPTDC


Location: At 25km from Kullu
Naggar, placed 25km from Kullu, has served as the capital of the Kullu Rajas for about 1400 years. It is also known for its castle and the Nicholas Roerich's Museum. On the left bank of the river Beas and about three hundred meters above the river, Naggar is delightfully situated on the wooded slope and commands an extensive view, especially of the North-West of the valley. There are a large number of famous temples in and around Naggar and an excellent place for a longer stay

Chandrakhani Pass

Location: In the Parbati valley
Chandrakhani Pass is a more popular name among the trekkers than normal tourists. Located in the Parbati valley that joins Malana Valley to Kullu Valley, the Chandrakhani Pass is perched at an altitude of 3600 meters and provides the perfect base for the trekkers. Just below the Chandrakhani pass, the tiny village of Malana offers the perfect stop for the trekkers to stop by. The period from March to May is the perfect period of trekking in the Chandrakhani Pass.

Pandoh Dam

Location: About 10km from Manali
This great Dam is located about 10km from Manali and is best visited en route to Manali. It is a power generator hydro-electric dam, built on river Beas. The lake is the reservoir of the dam and has five bays that regulate the water. The Dam is part of Bhakra Beas Management Board and offers a spectacular view to the tourists

Great Himalayan National Park

Location: Located in Seraj Forest Division (in Kullu District)
The Great Himalayan National Park lies in Seraj Forest Division (in Kullu District). Here the altitude varies from 1,500 meters to about 6,000 meters. The snowcapped mountains, river valleys, and steep cliffs within the park accentuate its appeal. The diversity of terrain and altitude is reflected in a corresponding diversity of vegetation. It is haven of an array of wildlife which includes the endangered musk dear, Himalayan Thar, ibex etc. The only way to explore the park is through trekking that is advisable only for the sturdy ones.