Pilgrim’s progress in the holy lands of Kangra valley

Prominent religious shrines dot the Kangra valley landscape and many pilgrims seeking a divine experience visit the monasteries, churches and temples that throng the region annually. Rooted in ‘tantric’ belief, the most famous temples of Kangra belong to the Shaktipeeth genre that upholds the female divinity as the source of all cosmic energy. Shaktipeeth temples … Continue reading “Pilgrim’s progress in the holy lands of Kangra valley”

Wildlife Sanctuaries in Himachal – Dhauladhar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kangra

Located in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, pilule cialis Dhauladhar Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most picturesque sanctuaries in Himachal Pradesh. Spread over an area of 944 sq km, Dhauladhar Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1994. It is surrounded by snow capped mountains on the three sides and the beautiful green valley lies … Continue reading “Wildlife Sanctuaries in Himachal – Dhauladhar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kangra”

Reaching Masroor Temples in Kangra

The rock cut wonders of Masroor are an example of our rich heritage. These temples are monolithic, carved out of one single rock. It is believed that these temples were constructed by the Paandavs (Mahabharat times) during their exile. A close look at these temples will surprise you because of the carvings marked on its … Continue reading “Reaching Masroor Temples in Kangra”

The Rock Cut Masroor Temples, Kangra

The Masroor Temple is located in the Kangra District in Himachal Pradesh. The temple is located just 15 km away from the World Famous Pong Dam Wetland and is a must visit for those who have interest in archaeology, see thumb history, shop and admiring the raw beauty of nature. Read how to reach Masroor Temples

Migratory Birds at the Pong Dam Wetland in Kangra

International wetland at Nagrota Surian in Kangra, popularly known as the Pong Dam is in the news again. Migratory Birds from across the world have started flocking at the dam site. Freezing temperatures in the mountains send these birds to this wetland from the Himalayas in Tibet. According to official sources, every year more than 90 … Continue reading “Migratory Birds at the Pong Dam Wetland in Kangra”