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Saturday, April 9, 2011

My Next Destination : India


After reading my several writings that contain useful information for tourists, such as this article or another one, some friends expect me to give more information about the same topic. Well, here I try to gather it from my blogger friends.

For this time being, I've found an article about Tourist Attractions of Kullu Manali as described below.

Kullu is located at 240 kms from shimla,the capital of Himachal Pradesh. Kullu Manali is the most exotic hill station among the most favored tourist destinations among the hill stations of India. In the ancient times Kullu Manali was also known as “Kulanthpitha” which means the end of habitable world because the ancient Hindus regarded Kullu as the farthest limit of human habitation. Even in the epic of the Ramayana and mahabharta the original name of Kullu has been mentioned. Among this tourist complex of Kullu Manali, kullu is the central point and it is located on the bank of river Beas.This main river valley runs from North to South an it is only 80 km long and its width is not more than 2 km but still a fairly wide area is open to the visitors to enjoy the spectacle of beautiful mountain scenery. Kullu is also known as Valley of Gods as it has many temples. The Dashehra of Kullu is world famous. Kullu Manali is natural paradise with full of numerous tourist attractions in and around Kullu Manali.

Then you can find too such information on this post.

Have a Nice Journey !
(DS. Utomo)

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Useful information for tourists. Thanks for sharing it !

Tourist Place said...

Thanx a lot....

Tourist Place said...

Thanx a lot....

DS. Utomo said...

@Tourist Place: Thanks for sharing your useful information for tourists !

colson said...

"The end of habitable world" appears to be breathtakingly beautiful indeed.

Do you have ever been in that part of the world?

DS. Utomo said...

Hi, Colson ! Thanks for comments. Unfortunately, I have not. Ik dank vor keeping in touch!

DS. Utomo said...

Hi, Rachana Mishra ! Just commented "Mahabodhi Temple". I think it's similar with Borobudur in Indonesia.