Manikaran Gurudwara

#2 of 5 things to do in Kasol

The scenic beauty is a small town in Parvati valley – a pilgrimage site for both Hindu’s and Sikhs. Located at a distance of 42 kms from Kullu, on the banks of Parvathi River, the hot water springs along with pilgrim centres attracts tourists and visitors throughout the year. It is believed that these springs have healing power. According to legend, Manu created life right there in Manikaran after the floods making it a sacred place for Hindus. As of for the Sikhs, the famous Gurudwara, Sri Guru Nanak Devji Gurudwara, in Manikaran was visited by their first guru. There are three hot springs where one can take a bath, one being inside the Gurudwara itself and the other two being privatised by the guesthouses. Thousands of devotees visit the Gurudwara in search of spirituality.

Manikaran Gurudwara Photos

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