Manikaran Tourism & Travel Guide

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Manikaran Gurudwara

It is a place of great religious value to the Hindus and Sikhs because it houses the historical Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara. The high point of this Gurudwara is, that it is situated on the banks of River Parvati. You can literally sense the tempestuous rage of the Parvati while standing atop the bridge connecting the Gurudwara.
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Hot Water Spring

Like most of the hot springs in India, Manikaran is a celebrated pilgrimage for the people of Hindu and Sikh belief systems. On the way to Manikaran from Bhuntar, you can spot hundreds of Sikh pilgrims cheering on the bus and motorcycles. In the Hindu belief system, Manikaran is considered a sacred spot where Manu recreated human life after the flood.More stories by travellers: Manikaran Sahib, A Sacred Town Of Confluence of Faith
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About Manikaran

Manikaran is a lovely forest and a valley that lies close to the Parvati River. According to the legend it is said that the Shiva and Parvati once lived here. The goddess Parvati, when she lost the earrings that she had in the Parvati River, it is said that the earrings were searched and it was found in the positon of Shesh Nag, which is the snake god. Shesh Nag, the snake God then snorted out the earrings and thus creating the hot springs of Manikaran. The waters of the hot spring is allows one to cook food on them and is also believe that the waters are so pure that it can cure ailments.

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