Dalhousie- Dharamshala


Dalhousie- Dharamshala is one of the most frequented excursions undertaken by the tourists who visit the city of Dalhousie. The picturesque beauty of the valley and the mountains entice the tourists to visit the town of Dharamshala that lies at a distance of 127 kilometers when traversed through the region of Lahru. The tourists may travel a distance of 143 kilometer via Chakki to the hill town of Dharamshala from Dalhousie. The town is bordered on three sides by the imposing mountain ranges while in the south of Dharamshala lies the beauteous vale.

Dharamshala is the refuge to several Tibetan people along with their holy leader, Dalai Lama. The region is a repository of the art and culture of the Tibetan religion. The paintings, artifacts and the books on religion are preserved in the library maintained by the Buddhist monks. The places like the Forsythe Ganj and the Mcleod Ganj are reminiscent of the imperial rule of the British in India.

While on a trip from Dalhousie to Dharamshala, the tourist may visit the war memorials built by the government to commemorate the contribution of the soldiers who sacrificed their lives in the Indo-Pak and the Indo-China wars. The Kunnal Pathri, Triund and Lord Eligin's Memorial are also tourist spots in the region. The temples and the Buddhist monasteries of Dharamshala are also some of the frequented tourist destinations. The tourists may visit the Mcleod Ganj, which is the present residence of several Buddhist monks.

The excursion from Dalhousie to Dharamshala is one of the most popular tours from Dalhousie.

Last Updated on 9/13/2011