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“Celestial peace”

Hot Springs at Manikaran
Ranked #5 of 21 things to do in Kullu
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Reviewed May 24, 2013

Being a Sikh, wanted to visit the Gurudwara and Hot Springs at Manikaran. It was very spiritual and peaceful time we spent at both the places.

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Reviewed May 23, 2013

Manikaran is situated in between high hills of Parvati Valley. Nice place... Water is too hot so you wont be able to take bath directly. U need to mix the cold water. nice experiance. There is a gurudwara next to the Hot water spring you can also visit it.

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Reviewed May 17, 2013

Manikaran is just not a place known for its hot springs. It is a place of great worship for Hindus as well as Sicks. Travel by road for about 3-4 hours from either Kullu /Manali( depending where you are camping and how much time one would like to spend en route to enjoy the scenic view. On reaching Manikaran you have many things to do. Take a holy dip in the Hot water kunds that would wash way not only your sins , but also claimed to be cleansing many skin related problems if you have any. After the holy dip just head to have pilgrimage tour of the various temples. The Shiva temple with boiling water springs where one can see rice being cooked by dipping the rice pot in the boiling water kund for few minutes. One can also see huge rice pots placed in the kund for cooking rice to be served as prased at the lunger at the nearby Gurudwara. This is a unique experience to watch. Then there are other temples , the very old Ram temple etc. While taking the temple tour take a leisure time for shopping at the street market. Finally take a shelter at the Manikaran baba Gurudwara for having blessings . One can have a nice food (as prasad)at the Gurudwara Lungar and relax at the Gurudwara for some time before heading back to your camp. If the place attracts you more for spending overnight time at Manikaran you have options of low cost Hotels/ Gurudwara also provides rooms for the pilgrims. Overall Manikaran is not only a sacred place to visit , but also a heavenly abode for the nature and beauty lovers. Great experience .

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Reviewed May 7, 2013

not worth to go! Water is toooo hot so impossible to stay in the bath...Village is filty and every one through every possible thing in the river! Why the gurduara does not take the task to clean the small village? The food and tea where nice in the Gurduara

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Reviewed May 3, 2013

Natures marvel and spiritual highths. Excellent place for body and soul :0
Middle of icy peaks and cols winds, come from laong dive and dip in hot water kund, nothing come close to this devine feeling for body.

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