Dharamshala Tour

Buddha in Dharamshala Tour

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Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh

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Dharamshala is the foremost hill station in the Kangra Valley in the beautiful state of Himachal Pradesh having fertile and rolling valley. Lying between the mild Shivalik Hills and the foothills of the mighty Dhauladhars – the Kangra valley is famous for the attractiveness of its landscape - green terraces, wooded hills, manicured tea gardens and luminous streams. In 1905, disaster strike Dharamshala when an earthquake leveled it entirely.

After its renovation, Dharamshala thrive as a calm health resort. Dharamshala is separated into two different parts. Inferior Dharamshala has social offices and business associations with court. Kotwali Bazaar and superior Dharamshala compile of places with names which bear observer to its olden times like McLeod Ganj and Furzy the Ganj. Since 1960, when it turned into a provisional headquarter of His Holiness Dalai Lama, Dharamshala has become famous internationally as "The Little Tibet in India"

Major Tourist Attractions in Dharamshala: Bhagsunag Falls, Kangra art museum, War Memorial etc.
Bhagsunag Falls, Dharamshala
At a space of 11kms from lower Dharamshala, Bhagsunag can be reached by road. Here an aged temple, a clean water spring and restaurant are located. Further to it about 2 kms away there is gorgeous Bhagsunag water falls which sooths one's eyes.
Kangra Art Museum, Dharamshala
It is the museum at Dharamshala, and is a basin of Kangra's prosperous civilizing inheritance displayed in its sculptures and crafts which are made number of centuries ago.

The famed Kangra diminutive paintings, sculptures, and pottery is also assorted and preserved in the museum.
War Memorial, Dharamshala
In Dharamshala War Memorial is located at the entry, and was constructed to venerate the existence of those who put down their lives on the battlefield. This memorial is achieve by a thin trail set stuck between copse of pine vegetation.
Excursions from Dharamshala
A numeral of housing buildings, restaurants, very old and antique shops together with well-known Tibetan institutions of performing Arts (TIPA) is 1km away from McLeod Ganj which conserves a number of musical dance and dramatic civilization of Tibet, have lent significance to McLeod Ganj.

The Buddha temple is located conflicting to the present residence of His Holiness, the Dalai Lama and is value a visit. There is also a Tibetan handicraft centre positioned at McLeod Ganj.
Best Time to Visit in Dharamshala
Dharamshala is a year around destination but March to November is the best time to visit.
How to reach Dharamshala?
By Air - The nearest airport to Dharamshala is Gaggal at Kangara which is 12 kms away. The nearest international airport is Indira Ganndhi international airport, New Delhi which is around 540 kms from Dharamshala.

By Rail - The adjoining narrow gauge railway station is Kangara at 18 Kms from Dharamshala and the adjoining broad gauge station is Pathankot, 90 Kms away from Dharamshala. Pathankot is well connected with Delhi and daily trains are available.

By Road - Dharamshala is well connected by road from Delhi (540 kms), Chandigarh (250 kms), Shimla and Chamba ( 185 kms), Pathankot (90 kms), Jammu (200 kms), Amritsar (210 kms). Himachal roadways also run well comfortable and deluxe buses also from different places.
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