Before you plan off the road to Dharamshala gorge on these quick details.
- Dharamshala is also known as the city of 'blue mountains'.
- Dharamshala is located in the heart of Dhauladhar range in Himachal Pradesh.
- It sits at an a altitude of 1,250 meters to 1,650 meters.
- Not big and not small but the total area is 5200 meters.
- Dharamshala pulsates with a Tibetian culture, and why not, it has had Buddhist links.
- Dharamshala is home to resident of His Holiness Dalai Lama.
Dharamshala does have grounds to flaunt its beauty flamboyantly. The mist hugs you on the peak, the snowy carpet lets you sway on the slopes and the azure blue mountains kisses you proudly while eerie on the mountains beckons you again and again, Dharamshala is authentically beautiful. With white ranges ranges of Dhauladhar at the backdrop, Dharamshala imbues an aura mystical and glares lengthy.
Dharamshala is segregated with into upper and lower Dharamshala, a busy commercial center. A sublime view, gardens of tea, colonial lifestyle and bustling bazaars, selling carpets and handicrafts (mostly Tibetian), Dharamshala is woven with fabrics perfect for holidays. Colorful Tibetian dresses and giant prayer wheel ornates the hill station with a high where as prolific statues of Buddha presides over the monk's chantings.
The snow falls during the season reinvigorates the place with a new freshness blossom throughout the valley. Frozen your hands with snow at Dharamshala destinations. Come along with us.
A Major Buddhist centre, Mcleod Ganj have offered refuge to thousands of Tibetian refugees, henceforth acted to be a benign ruler of millions of Tibetans. A functioning headquarters of Tibetian Government in exile, Mcleod Ganj is an active area with much to see besides saffron surfeits.
An old temple with fresh water spring, water falls, it is just at a distance of 11 kms from Dharamshala town. The prime attraction here is Bhagsuang Fall that permits you take a dip in the chilly water.
A enchanting vista that offers a backdrop of Kangra Hill and Dhauladhar ranges, Dharamkot is more of a picnic spot. A simple trek can take you to Dharamkot where restaurants and shop cram the streets.
The memorial is located at the entrance of Dharamshala and immortalizes many brave men who slashed their swords in the honour of mother country . The War Memorial is perched amidst the forests and is surrounded by many eating joints and restaurant.
" From a quake prone zone to subsidiary cantonment to exile refuge of Tibetans, Dharamshala has traversed a long way to stand as ravishing hill delight in the nub of Himachal Pradesh".
If you have set your mood on white, then Triund is your base. Located at 2,872 meters. The snow line starts at just 5 kms at Triund and proffers you with immense scope of snow sports like trekking. It is also a picnic spot. So see you this vacation at Dharamshala.
Just three kilometer walk from Dharamshala to local Kotwali Bazaar leads you to rock temple and local goddess of Dharamshala.
A lake that is sheeted with green meadows and trees of oak and pine, is one of the most idyllic place to be upon.
An egress for nature lovers and an adventure for trekkers Dal Lake is some of the picturesque creations of God. Nestling just at a distance of f 11 kms from lower Dharamshala Dal Lake is at a hopping distance next to Tibetian Children's Village .
There is an airport about eighteen kilometers from Dharamshala and called as Gaggal Airport located at the distance of 15 kms from here. Dharamshala can also be reached by bus and train as in there is a broad gauge railhead at Pathankot 95 km. Almost each and every part of the state is linked by roads. The Himachal Road Transport Corporation is running its buses covering the whole state. There is huge network of HRTC to cater the needs of the people.