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The direct translation is Lotus (Pema) Lake (Tso) in Tibetan. The Lotus represents the lotus born, Guru Padmasambhava.Overview
The magical sounds of OM MANI PADME HUM and turning the prayer wheels in the monasteries is surely going to give you mental peace and heal your wounds. The Buddhist monks can be seen learning the dharma and insightful teachings of the Buddha.Cycling:You can hire bicycles at economical rates and roam around the lake and the Himalayas testing your muscular power.Eat:Almost all the variety of dishes are available in the restaurants or dhabas here in Rewalsar. The popularities are the Tibetan momos, thukpa and chowmien which one can get in both veg and non veg. The aroma is sure to leave your mouth-watering.Shop:You can pick up Indian handicrafts, sovereigns and Tibetan items from local shops. The most popular attractions among tourists are shawls, scarves, bells, dorjes, Tibetan trinkets and clothing.