8. Hidimba (Hadimba) Devi TempleEver heard of a temple dedicated to a demon? Here it is in the very famous hill station of Manali in Himachal Pradesh.Locally known as Dungari Temple or Hadimba Temple, it is an ancient cave temple, dedicated to the wife of Bheema, the second Pandava Brother from the epic tale of Mahabharata.The temple was built in the 16th century where she lived with her brother, Hidimb, and performed meditation. Born into a Rakshas family, she decided to marry a warrior who would defeat her brother. During the Pandavas' exile, they reached Manali in this cave and Bheema defeated Hidimb, which resulted in the marriage of Hidimba Devi and Bheema, and later gave birth to Ghatotkacha, who proved to be instrumental in the Mahabharata war.Time : 8am - 6pm
Day 7: Flying in the air and checking off the popular attractionsKullu is around 1.5 hours away from Manali, and that's where you can head for paragliding. Enjoy a thrilling aerial view of snow-clad mountains and the Beas river.Paragliding Charges: Rs. 3500 per person (approx.)Explore Manali's most-loved locations:Mall Road- Lined up with delicious street food, ice cream parlours, traditional dishes and Tibetan shopping stores.Hadimba Devi Temple- This popular temple is a must-visit. It has a forest area surrounding it. It's a pleasant place to take a walk.
Hidimba devi temple comes in old manali. It around 3 to 5 kilometer from the mall road. It's a beautiful wooden temple in old manali According to the legend hidimba was the wife of bheem. It's a must watch temple in manali. Temple area surrounded by pine trees.  So much green area here. In winter you can find so much snow here.