Sacred Secrets of Himachal Pradesh Temples - BeingPahadia
Himachal Pradesh is a state that is known for its natural beauty, vibrant culture, and rich heritage. The state is nestled in the western Himalayas and boasts of scenic views that range from towering peaks to rolling hills, lush green valleys, and pristine rivers. It is also a hub for spiritual seekers, offering a wealth of spiritual destinations that...
view of bathu ki ladi
Himachal Pradesh is covered by natural beauty like abundant greenery, beautiful waterfalls, mountain ranges and deep valleys. The state is also known for its amazing temples that is why it is also called “Land of Gods” or "Devbhoomi". One such temple is situated near Pong Dam in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, known as “Bathu Ki Ladi”. I...
Dharamshala View
Dharamshala is a beautiful hill station immersed in the glory of Mother Nature and Buddhist culture. Dharamshala means ‘a spiritual dwelling’, which refers to a shelter or rest house for pilgrims and travellers. This calm and serene hill station is home to the 14th and current Tibetan Spiritual leader Dalai Lama (Tenzin Gyatso) who, came to India after the...
Bhuntar Airport View - Kullu District
Kullu is a District in Himachal Pradesh and is also known as “Land of Gods”. The largest valley is Kullu valley located on the banks of Beas River surrounded by majestic snow clad mountains and forest of pine, deodar, apple orchids. It is a gateway to the most picturesque destination named Manali. The name Kullu is derived from the...
Masrur Temples
Masrur temple also known as Rock-cut temple located on the road, linking Nagrota Surian and Lunj towns of Kangra District, and is one of the popular archeological sites in India. The temple was built in the early 8th century A.D. The temple complex is a cluster of 15 small rocks, that is carved out of a single rock. It...
Entrance of Kangra Fort
The Kangra Fort is located in the southwestern outskirts of Kangra town in Himachal Pradesh, which was constructed around 4th Century B.C. by the Royal Katoch Family of Kangra. The fort is situated atop a hill, on the base of which river Banganga and Patal Ganga flow together, making the place very attention-grabbing. It is the largest fort in...
Kareri Lake view
The Kareri Lake is a charming glacial lake, set in the Dhauladhar mountain range in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. The first step to this surprising lake is McLeodGanj. McLeodGanj is a suburb in Dharamshala and is a popular spot for travelers, in which the main attractions are the monasteries and the lakes and falls around the region....
Among the 12 Districts of the beautiful hill state of Himachal Pradesh, Kangra is the largest district, both population as well as area-wise. Kangra is situated at an altitude of about 500 meters to 5,000 meters above mean sea level. It is the abode to the scenic view of the Himalayas known as Dhauladhar Mountain Range and river Beas...
Baba Balak Nath Temple Deotsidh
Baba Balak Nath or Sidh Baba Balak Nath is a prominent Hindu divinity destination known as Diyotsiddha. This shrine attracts an extensive following not only from Himachal Pradesh but also from Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Jammu & Kashmir and other Northern states in India visit Sidh Sri Baba Balak Nath temple in Deotsidh Rd, Shahtalai, Hamirpur. Baba Balak Nath Temple -...
On the way to khajjiar - hitesh bhakal
Situated at an altitude of 1970m, Dalhousie is one of the favorite tourist attractions in Himachal Pradesh. It's a quaint little place, best suited for a few days of relaxation and calm with some really good company. It has a nice old-world charm, being home to churches and buildings from the colonial era. It is an abode of scenic...


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