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Vashist, Himachal Pradesh 175103, India
Another temple to the great sage Vashishta of Hindu Mythology Entry Free
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Simla is the capital and the largest city of the northern India state of Himachal Pradesh, Dharamsala being the other capital. Shimla is also a district which is bounded by Mandi and Kullu in the north, Kinnaur in the east, the state of Uttarakhand in the south-east, and Solan and Sirmaur. Sitting majestically above the lush plains, the British designated the town as the summer capital of India. The higher terrains of the town reflect this British connection, embodied by its buildings, built in the Victorian style, while the lower slopes are occupied with Indian bazaars and restaurants. The nearest broad gauge head is at Kalka - a four- to seven-hour journey from Delhi. After that, take the mountain train from Kalka to Shimla. This railway track has recently been granted the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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The last stop for your trip can be Vashisht, a small hamlet between Manali and Solang. When I visited Vashisht the first time, it felt a lot like a condensed form of Kasol. Though crowded towards the beginning, this is a quaint village relatively untouched by commercialization as is the case with Manali. There are a number of restaurants here as well, though nothing lavish. Vashisht offers a great sneak-peek into the day-to-day life of villagers in Himachal and the home-stay options in the village offer incredible views at dirt-cheap prices (Rs250-Rs 300 per night). However, no other services like food, beverages are provided.

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