Dharamshala Tours Cultural Heritage
Dharamshala is a popular hill station that lies at a height ranging from 1250 meters to 2000 meters. The town is divided into upper and lower sections due to its immense height difference. These two sections are separated by a 3 km distance. The temperature of Dharamshala never crosses the 25 degree mark. You can plan out Dharamshala tours to explore this uncharted region's unique cultural and natural beauty.
A leisurely walk through the lush deodar and pine forests while undergoing Dharamshala tours gives a marvelous experience in the lap of picturesque nature. Dharamshala is the town of hot springs, lakes and waterfalls. Dal Lake is the most beautiful picnic spot of this town. Bhagsu Waterfall, located 3 km from the quaint town of Dharamshala is also a beautiful tourist option.
Dharamshala is well known for its magnificent gompas. The Tashijong Gompa is one of the most visited gompas of Himachal Pradesh. Tsuglagkhang Complex is another of the attractive Buddhist monument. It is the largest Tibetan temple outside Tibet, also known as Dalai Lama Temple. Tibet Museum, Tibetan Library and Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts are other reflections of predominant Tibetan culture in Dharamshala. However, though Tibetan community dominates the entire Dharamshala region; it is the one of the most sacred Hindu pilgrimage destinations found in northern India. Chamunda Devi Temple, Jwalamukhi Temple, Brajeshwari Devi Temple and Bhagsunath Temple are the ancient Hindu temples of Dharamshala.
To get a better feel and insight of Dharamshala India tours you must explore the region's rich cultural heritage. The Kangra Art Museum is famous for its fifth century artifacts., and 17th century miniature paintings from the Kangra School. It showcases the arts, crafts and history of the people of Kangra valley, down the ages. The War Memorial of Dharamshala holds the memory of heroes of Himachal Pradesh, who died in the Indo-China and Indo-Pak war. St. John's Church of Dharamshala is built in the memory of Lord Elgin, the British Viceroy of India. It is also known as St. John in the Wilderness.
Macleodganj area of upper Dharamshala is the home to numerous Buddhist monuments. It is the seat of the exiled Tibetan government with His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama residing here, and the focal point of Tibetan culture. Kangra Fort is located on the banks of Ganga and Manjhi rivers, and even though it now stands in its ruins, it manages to resonate its erstwhile glory. Macleodganj and Kotwali Bazaar are the main areas to hang out for shopping during Dharamshala tours. Wooden carvings, woolen and silk woven accessories are the main shopping items of Dharamshala. The woolen garments of Dharamshala are available in vibrant styles, and at reasonable rates. Wooden carving on bamboo and cane found in Dharamshala will give exquisite look to your homes.
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