Manikaran is a very important tourism spot situated on the bank of Parvati River in District Kullu of Himachal Pradesh of India. It is 517.5 km (12hr 16min) from Delhi, 42,5 km (1hr 22min) from Kullu, 34,1 km (1 hr 10 min) from Bhuntar, 80.8 km (2 hr 10 min) from Manali, 4.3 km ( 10 min) from Kasol on distance. It is 17,60 meters (5775 ft) in height from sea level.
Apart from a very popular tourist destination, this place boasts many other religious dignity and natural beauty.
It is a pleasing place for Hindus and Sikhs according to religious belief. There is an ancient Sikh Gurudwara Sahib here, where thousands of people from the community come to visit throughout the year. Hot water springs here are also the center of attraction of the place. Hote boiling water rises from the ground which is a surprising phenomenon. due to the high sulfur content in this water, it is believed that bathing in this water cures skin diseases. According to the religious belief, it is said that Shiva and Parvati spent a long time in Manikaran. That's why a beautiful ancient Temple is in existence here. There is a beautiful Shiri Rama Temple nearby the Shiva Temple so the tourists visit both of these Tempe. Apart from this, the natural texture of this place is so beautiful that it fascinates anyone. The beautiful Sikh Gurudwara Sahib, and the Shiva Temple, Rama Temple adorn banks of The Parvati River flowing the icy water coming from the high snow mountains. When there is snow all around here, a very beautiful view is created at that time the hot water coming out of the ground makes beautiful steam clouds, and these hot water sources are also on the banks of the river in many places, from where the hot water comes out, Creates a cloudy vapor plume that is very attractive to look at.
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