About Kulu Manali
 

Kullu is a small hill-station in Himachal Pradesh, India. It is situated some 40 Km. before on way to Manali. Kullu (Bhuntar) has a airport which is connected to the larger cities like Chandigarh and New Delhi.

Manali, is a hill station situated on the Beas river at a height of 2050 m (6398 ft) in the Himalayas , at the northern end of the Kullu Valley . The gregarious Himalayas on one side, river Beas cutting across the town on the other, with valleys meadows grazing herds, apple orchards the ambience is surely like a walk in paradise. It has rightly been christened as the "Valley of the Gods".

Mythology

Manali in Himachal Pradesh, India derived its name from Manavalaya i.e. the abode of Manu. According to myth, Manu the divine law-giver, was the only survivor of the Mahajal Pralay - the great flood - and is said to have fathered the human race.

 

Shopping

Local handicrafts and shawls are a must buy.


Food

Eat dimsums from a MO-MO corner.
Local cuisine from Shobla International
Apple is famous in Kullu.

Places to visit

  • Manali - another very good tourist spot.
  • Rohtang Pass - Major attraction among tourists. Pass at a height of around 14000 ft. Exactly 13900 ft.
  • Manikaran - A religious tourist spot. Famous for hot water springs.
 
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