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Tibetan Buddhist Temple : The Mc Leodganj town is home to exiled Tibetans and their spiritual master His Holiness Dalai Lama. Many seekers as well as tourists from world over visit Mc Leodganj to see this beautiful temple of Buddhist tradition.

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Chinmaya Tapovan :   10 km. from Dharamshala & Situated on a beautiful wide open hill at the foothills of Dhauladhar mountain ranges is the recently established 'Ashram' complex by Swami Chinmayananda, who was a great spiritual master & proponent of the holy Gita. It is remarkable  place to visit with best of garden, a library and book shop for spiritual seekers.

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Palampur Tea Gardens : Palampur is a wonderful place in the Kangra alley. known for its fresh tea gardens and pine forests Palampur enjoys a healthy climate and the pine scented air is said to have curative properties. On educational front an Agricultural University is already functioning and some small tea factories are also coming up.

 

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Kangra Fort :The historic fort of Kangra was built by King Bhuma Chand. This fort was the centre of attraction for the rulers of northern India.  Kangra fort is located on the bank of the river Banganga with fabulous temples and artwork in entire premises. The fort got monumental loss due to severe earthquake in 1905 AD. Presently the archeological survey of India is maintaining its entire maintenance & repair task.

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Brijweshri Temple : Kangra town has the famous temple dedicated to Brajeshwari Devi. This temple is dedicated to goddess Brajeshwari, the in the Hindu mythology. It is the occult power house for other deities from  near and far of Himachal. Due to  its legendary wealth, this temple was subject to successive attacks by invaders from the North. Mohammed Ghazni is known to have departed with a king's ransom in gold, silver and jewels in 1009. Destroyed completely in 1905 by an earthquake, it was rebuilt in 1920.

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Baijnath : The Historical Shiva temple is one of the archeological as well as  religious symbol of this town. This temple  is indeed one of the most remarkable monuments of the Kangra valley & Himachal Pradesh. There is fine sculpture work to be associated with Ravana, who worshipped Shiva at this spot and gained immortality. Baijnath is one of the 'Twelve 'Jyotirlingams' &  Shivratri fair is celebrated with much fervor.

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Triund :  Triund is on the foothills of Dhauladhar range and is 17 km from Dharamshala and a 9 km trek from Mcleodganj passing through Dharamkot and Rakkar at a height of 2,827 mtrs. The breathtaking views of the mountains and the valleys make Triund an ideal spot. A ropeway is available from Dharamshala to Triund and accommodation is available at the forest rest house at Triund.

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St. John's Church : Fine example of British architecture & a memorial of Lord Elgin, the famous British Viceroy who died in 1963. A historical old bell hanging down from ceiling is famous thing to notice. Amidst thick deodar trees where you can easily locate the great Himalayan black faced langoors. This church has been decorated by fine Belgian stained glass windows donated by Lady Elgin

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Bhagsunag: This ancient temple is 2 kms from Mcleodganj.. Close to this temple is a beautiful waterfall. Near the Dal Lake is the shrine of Bhagsu nath an easy walk from the Mcleodganj. Famous for its ancient temple and a pretty waterfall not far away. The rock temple dedicated to local Goddess is just 3 km from Kotwali Bazaar.

 

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Jwalamukhi : 30 km. from Kangra and 56 km. from Dharamshala. This place is famous for Jwalamukhi, the 'Flamming Goddess'. It is one of the most popular Hindu temple in Northern India. There is no idol and the flame is considered a manifestation of the Goddess. The eternal flame issues from the rock sanctum and is constantly fed by the priests. Two important fairs are held during the Navratras, in early April and in mid October.

 

Norbulingka : The Norbulingka Institute The Norbulingka Institute of Tibetan Culture was founded by the Department of Religion and Culture to preserve and promote Tibetan art and culture in exile. Norbulingka Institute in Dharamshala has taken the initiative to preserve the roots of Tibetan culture in exile. The institute is sited in a scenic valley below Dharamshala.
 

 

 

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Chamunda Temple : It is 15 km. from Kangra town. Situated on the right bank of the 'Baner' stream with the Dhauladhar as a backdrop, this has an idol of goddess Chamunda, who, it is said to have powerful energy to fulfill wishes of people who practice rituals and worship as offerings to goddess. On the back of the temple is a cave niche where a stone 'Lingam' under a boulder represents Nandi Keshwar ( Shiva ).

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Dal lake : This lake in Dhauladhar region has greenery of surrounding deodar /pine trees & its beauty make this place a favoured picnic spot. Apart from the scenic views. A local fair is celebrated here every August-September, this fair is especially celebrated by local hill tribes commonly known as "Gaddis"  who are regions best trekking guides in these mountain ranges.

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Dharamkot : This village, twenty minutes' walk further up the hill from Mcleodganj, is a favorite picnic spot with a panoramic view of the Kangra Valley. It is possible to rent houses from local Indians if you are planning a longish stay.

 
 

Masrur: (800mt)-Masrur is 36 km from Dharamshala on Nagrota Surian link road and is famous for remarkable group of rock cut temples. They form a group of 15 monolithic rock cut temples in the Indo Aryan style and are richly carved. The main shrine contains three stone images of Ram laxman and Sita but the presence of the figure of Shiva in the centre of the lintel affords a strong presumption that the temple was originally dedicated to Mahadev.