Arrive at Dharamshala and check into the hotel. Explore the property. enjoy wide views from the Dhauladhar mountains. Take a sightseeing trip of the Tsuglakhang complex that houses the holy abode of Tibetan leader The Dalai Lama. nightlong at the hotel.
After breakfast, Visit world higest Cricket Stadium.Afternoon at St. Johns Church, Dal Lake etc and overnight at the hotel.
Aghanjar Mahadev Temple is a beautiful and unique temple, surrounded by mountains and forests, the place attracts a lot of tourists too apart from the pilgrims. It is believed that Arjuna, one among the Pandava brothers of Mahabharata was once on his way to Kailash Mountains and Lord Shiva appeared to him at this spot and blessed him to have victory over the Kauravas. There is a small waterfall also behind the temple with water flowing continuously around the temple, and a small cave with Shivlinga near the temple. This temple is believed to be about 500 years old. The cool breeze, peace, and serenity around the temple give a heavenly ambience to the pilgrims here.
Shri Bajreshwari Devi Temple or Brajeshwari Devi Temple is located in the Kangra town known to the ancients as Nagarkot. Known once for its legendary wealth this temple was looted by various invaders from the north. Destroyed completely in 1905 by an earthquake, it was rebuilt in 1920 and continues to be a busy place of pilgrimage. It has also been built as per the Shikhara style of architecture, a stupendous example of superior stone carving. It is one othe Shaktipeeth, the place where the left breast of the Goddess Sati fell at the time of self-sacrifice. It is believed that this temple is more than 1000 years old and is dedicated to goddess Vajreshwari. One among the hectic pilgrim center, Vajreshwari Devi Temple, is a must visit sacred spot that one should not spare with.
Bhagsunag Temple also known as Shiva Temple, is believed to be an ancient temple where Lord Shiva himself visited. Hence, this sacred temple is a much-worshipped place among the Hindu pilgrims for its exciting history and sacredness. Thus, the Bhagsu Nag Temple is a must visit for all. The flowing water of the Bhagsu Falls fills the small pool where people come to have a cool dip and fun. The Shiva temple has a bell at the entrance and plenty of inions on the walls and the pillars along with four bells of different sizes hanging inside of the temple. There are plenty of small stalls that serve some tea, cold drinks besides eatables like noodles, sandwiches, etc.
Bhagsu Waterfall is one of the beautiful streams in the destination and it has a cascade of 30 feet during monsoons. The water of the fall flows through the temple of Bhagsunath into the pools where devotees take a holy dip to get rid of their miseries.The mountain side of the fall is among the highlights of the tourist spot, decorated with slate graffiti. The Bhagsu waterfall also called the Bhagsunag waterfalls is one such beautiful place visitor will be refreshed by the mere sight of this treasure which has overwhelming hills, refreshing greenery and craggy rocks.This Picturesque scenery will not miss by an artist, a nature lover or photographer.
After breakfast, check out from the hotel. Day at your leisure till evening and Board Volvo/Cab to onward destination.
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