Manali Tour

Old Manali
Set along a meandering cliff-side road, Old Manali offers travellers astounding views. Walk through this serene part of town to soak up lovely old charm provided by Himachali houses embellished with wooden carvings. During peak season, a number of cafés and curio stores open their doors only to close six months later. But if you’re lucky you can go home packing fresh local cheese, jams and traditional artefacts.
 Hadimba Temple
The Hadimba Temple was built in 1533 in honour of the Goddess Hadimba, wife of Bhima (one of the Pandava brothers from the Mahabharata). This four-tiered wooden temple is positioned in the midst of the tree-crammed Dhungri Park. Intricately carved with Hindu figures and symbols, the shrine holds in its inner sanctum a brass statue of the deity. A good time to visit is during May, when the town’s folk host a large festival that involves sacrifices being made on behalf of the goddess.
Gadhan Thekchokling Gompa
Built in 1969 by Manali’s Tibetan population, this prayer hall has a yellow pagoda roof and vivid frescoes on the walls. The entrance has a plaque listing all the Tibetans killed in the late 80s during the uprisings against the Chinese. The bright prayer hall houses a statue of Shakyamuni Buddha.
Vashihit, a village located three kms from Manali, is home to hot sulphur springs. Legend has it... Lord Lakhsman created this natural wonder by shooting an arrow into the ground. Today, Himachal Tourism runs a bath complex here, and you can take a 30-minute dip in the rejuvenating springs. The village also packs two ancient temples, one dedicated to Ram and the other to Vashisht (Lord Rama’s guru), for whom the village is named after.
Museum of Himachal Culture and Folk Art
The Museum of Himachal Culture and Folk Art house an interesting collection of traditional dresses, jewellery, utensils and wood carvings, used by the ancient inhabitants of this state. It is a great way to get a glimpse into history, art and culture of hilly country.
Bookworm has one branch near the post office and the other in the market. The best bookshop in Manali offers a wide variety of both Indian and International authors.
Near Post Office, Manali (+91 1902 252920)
16NAC Market, Manli
HimCoop offers an impressive selection of locally-produced apricot oil, apple sauce, organic juices, honey, jams, dried fruit and pickles. Must buys include the divine cinnamon and apple marmalade besides locally sourced organic salts.

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