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Dharamshala – A Beautiful Hill City with a Religious Edge
Getting Familiar with the City
The Natural Beauty of the Hills of Dharamshala
The Tibetan Settlement
Some important places of attraction in Dharamshala
St. John Church: This Anglican Church was constructed in the year 1852 and dedicated to Saint John. People visit this church to see the Neo-Gothic architectural style and the stain glass from Belgian used in the windows of the church.
Dal Lake: A Beautiful lake surrounded by rich forest of Deodarh tree is Dal Lake. It is located at a distance of almost 11 Km from the hill station of Dharamshala. This is a perfect spot for the camp trekkers.
Hanuman-ka-Tibba: This place is popular in the name of "White mountain". This path is mostly followed by the people who love trekking. This place is situated at a height of 15500 ft from the sea level.
Kangra Fort: This historical fort is located in the banks of the river Banganga. There is one museum at the entrance of the Kangra Fort having historical collection of the period when this fort was made. Altogether there are 7 entrance of this fort and consist of 3 separate temples. The first One is Jain Temple, Lakshmi Narayan temple and another temple of Ambika.
Chamunda Devi Temple: A very old temple of Dharamshala of Goddess Durga also called Chamunda Devi. It is believed that those who visit this place can achieve Moksha with the blessings of God.
Bhagsu nag Temple: A Popular Hindu temple surrounded by Bhagsu Falls. Every year in month of September a fair is organized for attracting tourists from different parts of India.
Things to Shop For
Tibetan Handicrafts: Handcraft items consisting of beautifully carved wooden or bamboo artifacts are easily the most popular shopping items for people visiting Dharamshala. They are not only useful for decorating homes but can also be presented as gifts. Such items are found in abundance in the Kotwali Bazaar area of the city.
Tibetan Carpets: Tibetan carpets are woven in a style that is completely different from the Kashmiri or Persian style of carpet weaving. These carpets, woven in delicate and vibrant colors, generally display scenes from the traditional Tibetan folklore. .
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