Jagatsukh Manali

Jagatsukh also known as former capital of Kullu is one of the biggest villages in Kullu.Famous for old temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and Sandhya Gayatri,it is located 6 km south of Manali on the left bank of Beas river and 12 Kms from Naggar and is known to serve as excellent base for trekking.Jagatsukh is known for one of the ancient Gaurishankar Temple.The Gaurishankar Temple in the village of Jagatsukha is a small temple.It is an ancient temple built during the 8th century built in Shikhara style.This temple in Jagatsukha is dedicated to the Hindu Lord Shiva and very near it is a small but very old Devi Sharvati Temple.

Places To See in Manali

Gaurishankar Temple

The Gaurishankar Temple Manali is a small temple located in the village of Jagatsukha, Kullu District, Himachal Pradesh.It is an ancient temple built during the 8th century in Shikhara style.

Basheshwar Mahadev Temple

Basheshwar Mahadev Temple Manali is dedicated to Lord Shiva.Also called as Visveshvara Mahadev, this ancient temple is built in 8th century and is the largest of all the stone temples in Kullu.

Hadimba Temple

Hadimba Temple Manali is one of the major tourist places in Kullu Manali.The temple is surrounded by a cedar forest at the foot of the Himalayas.Hadimba temple is dedicated to Goddess Hadimba locally known as the Doongri Mata.

Manu Temple

Manu Temple Manali is situated in the old township of Manali just 3 kms away from the main market.The temple is dedicated to the Indian sage Manu, who is said to be the creator of the world and the writer of Manusmriti.

Kothi - Kull Manali

Kothi Kullu Manali is a small village situated just 12 kms from Manali alongside Keylong Road, the Lahaul-Spiti-Leh highway and on the road to Rohtang pass.

Arjun Gufa

Arjun Gufa Kullu Manali is a known place in Manali and a major attraction for tourist. The Arjuna Gufa is linked to the legend of Mahabharata where one of the Pandav brothers Arjun had mediated and succeeded in acquiring the Pashupata Ashtra or the w
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