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.
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.
On our very first night in the said city after grabbing a few bottles of beer, we started our drive towards on of the most picturesque eating joints. On the way to Shimla from Chandigarh, falls a very famous dhaba at Kasauli, known as the Gyani dhaba. Other than the absolutely addictive dishes served there, the drive to the dhaba is also one of pure bliss specially at night. The dhaba is around an hour and 45 minutes from the maintown.