KANGRA

KANGRA

Kangra is renowned for its illustrious cultural past, exquisite temples, and breathtaking natural beauty. Popular destinations in Kangra include:

  • Kangra Fort: One of the oldest forts in India, it is a historical fort that dates back to the 4th century BC.
  • Brajeshwari Temple: In Hindu mythology, this ancient temple honours the goddess Brajeshwari and is regarded as one of the 51 Shakti Peethas.
  • The Dalai Lama's official house is located in the Dalai Lama Temple Complex, a stunning temple complex that is also a significant place of pilgrimage for Tibetan Buddhists.
  • The Pahari miniature paintings and other traditional art forms are on display at the Kangra Art Museum, which also highlights the Kangra Valley's rich cultural legacy.
  • The 8th century AD Masrur Temple complex, which consists of 15 rock-cut temples, is well-known for its elaborate carvings and sculptures.
  • One of the most significant Shakti Peethas in India is the temple devoted to the goddess Chamunda, known as the Chamunda Devi Temple.
  • A stunning valley famed for its gorgeous vistas, tea gardens, and a wide variety of flora and animals is Kangra Valley.
  • Norbulingka Institute: An organisation dedicated to preserving and advancing Tibetan traditional art and culture.
  • Palampur is a picturesque hill town in the Kangra district that is well-known for its tea gardens and colonial-era buildings.
  • An ancient temple built in honour of Lord Shiva and his spouse, goddess Parvati, is the Kangra Temple.
  • The tea plantations, neighbourhood markets, temples, monasteries, and the area's natural beauty are just a few of the additional attractions in Kangra.

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