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Bhuntar located at the confluence of Beas and Parbati River is actually the gateway to the queen of hills, Kullu & Manali. This place is also...
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*29.6 km from Panarsa - See map
Located in Kullu region of Himachal Pradesh state, Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP) is perched at an altitude ranging from 1500 to 6000...
*30.6 km from Panarsa - See map
Located at an altitude of 6006 meters, Deo Tibba is one of the highest peaks in the Pir Panjal range. It is also a popular trekking spot. The 6000...
*34.8 km from Panarsa - See map
Hampta Pass is the most ideal trek for first timers; it is not only easily accessible and easy to trek but is also simply breath-taking. You can...
37.3 km from Panarsa - See map
Bijili Mahadev Temple is located across River Beas at an altitude of 2498 m above sea level. Lord Shiva presides here in the form of Shiv Ling....
Being an oldest temple of Kullu Valley, Raghunath Temple was constructed by King Jagat Singh in 17th century. As per Hindu Mythology and Indian...
37.8 km from Panarsa - See map
Tirthan Valley which gets its name from Tirthan River is most attractive tourist spot near Kullu. The Lake here gets the water from Tirthan...
39.1 km from Panarsa - See map
Located in Bagi above the Plech, Sakiran & Banjar Valley of the Kullu District in Himachal Pradesh, Shringi Rishi Temple or Shriga Rishi Temple...
Chehni kothi is situated in Banjar Valley, Himanchal Pradesh, this grand architectural wonder lies a few kilometers above Banjar in Kullu Valley....
The Mahadevi Tirth got the name from Goddess Parvati. In the year 1962, Swami Sewak Das Ji Maharaj visited this spot in search of internal peace....
39.8 km from Panarsa - See map
Gushaini or Goshaini located at the Trithan valley in Kullu district is a perfect destination for all adventure lovers. Be it trekking, white...
46.8 km from Panarsa - See map
This temple sits on the cliff edge of the banks of the river Beas overlooking the town of Mandi. Built by the Yadava clan, the temple stands in...
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