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Another heritage in shimla is Kalka – Shimla narrow gauge rail route. You can book tickets in advance at irctc.co.in or unreserved tickets can be purchased at Kalka railway station just before departure. Toy trains wait for trains coming from Delhi before departure so you can be sure it will not go without you boarding it. 5 hours of journey is adorable with 102 tunnels and and 16 intermediate stations. To explore the best of your journey, step down to each stop and enjoy the scenic beauty of himalayas. At Barog, you may get steamy pakodas to excite your taste buds.
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Manki Point - Hanuman Temple
The first place we visited was Manki point. This is the major tourist attraction of Kasauli. It is a temple situated on a hill which will require one to climb for about 15-20 minutes. The path is paved with stones to make rough steps and the walls have inspiring slogans on them. It is situated inside an airforce base so photography is not allowed and you have to surrender your phones and cameras before entering the area. The view from the top was awe inspiring and it really felt like time stood still.
Sidh Baba Ka Mandir
Located in the Mihani Village of the Chail District, this is a popular holiday resort. The main reason which attracts tourists to this resort are the beautiful views from the terrace as well as most of the room windows. The staff is extremely friendly and the way they maintain cleanliness and hygeine is remarkable. The food served is very good and the rooms are very good too. They have a separate games arena with many indoor games for the guests. However, all the rooms do not have great views and so you will have to go to the terrace for better views.
Shirdi Sai Baba Mandir
This temple is located in the Shirdi Village of Ahmednagar and was built over the samadhi of Sai Baba in the year 1922. Sai Baba was the beloved guru and teacher of many people irrespective of caste and religion and he preached and served his followers during the 18th and early 20th century. After that he decided to take samadhi in 1918. The whole temple is managed by the Sai Baba Sansthan Trust where hundreds of people work as devotees only and the organization serves thousands of needy people every month.