Honeymoon in Kullu and Manali

Kullu and Manali are known as one of the top destinations preferred for honeymoon. Its blue peaked mountains, scintillating waterfalls, tranquil rivers, serene atmosphere and excellent living conditions make it a perfect spot to be visited throughout the year. In fact, the honeymoon couples can check out the best view of entire city from Mall road. Since, the weather of Kullu and Manali stays pleasant all through the year, honeymoon couples can visit this place at any point of time. All they need is to prepare their bags as per the ongoing weather conditions. Some of the exotic sightseeing options in Kullu and Manali are:

Manikaran Sahib Gurdwara: It is a sacred pilgrim of Sikh religion because Guru Nanak Dev Ji happened to visit this place with his accomplice known by the name of Bhai Mardana and did the meditation. The "Janam Sakhi" present here mentions about various miracles carried out by Guru Ji at this particular place. It is also famous for hot springs, in which, if rice tied in muslin cloth are put inside through thread, it comes out to be cooked within 15 min. This heavenly place is surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges in Kullu district.

Manikaran Sahib

Bishweshwar Temple: This temple is situated in the village Bajaura that lies just 5 km from Bhuntar. It is the biggest and the most striking stone temple in Kullu Valley. This temple was built in the ninth century in pyramid style on the occasion of SHANKRACHARYA Padhati of Panch Dev Puja. As per legends, it is said that the Pandavas built this temple in one day.

Adi Brahma Temple: Adi Brahma Temple is situated in the village Khokhan, which is just 4 km from Bhuntar. It is a colossal wooden structure having idols of Adi-Bhahma Ji in the center, along with the temple of 'Garh Jogni and Manikaran Jogni' on the left and right side.

Adi Brahma Temple

Bijli Mahadev Temple: Built in a "Khash" style with Shivling installed in it. Located 14km away from Kullu and at a height of 1924 mtr, this temple is a witness to a miracle when Shivling is struck by light and is broken into pieces. It is later joined by the priest with the help of butter that acts as an adhesive.

Hadimba Temple: This ancient style temple with a four tier Pagoda roof was built in 1553 around a natural cave that meant to have the footprints of Goddess Hadimba. Hadimba was the wife of Bhima, second number brother among Pandavas. Later on, she happens to become the patron goddess of Kullu's royal family. It is situated within the forest of Dhungri Van Vihar. The honeymoon couple can take a short walk down the forest too sit aside Beas river and enjoy the scenic beauty all around.

Hadimba Temple

Solang Valley: A beautiful picnic spot located 13km from Manali; Solang valley is popular for its skiing slopes and also offering to enjoy Paragliding or Horse riding. Adding to the beauty of the scenic Solang Valley is that it is surrounded by Silver Oaks and spurs offering views of Glacier and snow kissed mountains.

Rohtang Pass: It is located at a distance of 51km from Manali and is at a height of 13,400ft above the sea level. Once it was an important trading route and now also is a doorway to access Lahaul and Spiti. The Honeymoon couples can check out Sonapani Glacier that is located just below the Pass.

Rohtang Pass

Kothi: It is an ideal picnic spot lying at the foot of Rohtang Pass and is 12km away from the Manali town. Previously, it was used as a camping site before climbing up the pass. Now also, it can be checked out as a perfect getaway to view mountain ranges at its best.

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