Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara

Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara:-
If you are going to Manali, you shouldn’t miss this stop, because nothing is better than a lavish hot water bath at Manikaran. Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara is a popular Hindu and Sikh pilgrimage. This place is situated in Parvati Valley, 45 km (28 miles) from Kullu, and is one of the most relaxing things to do around Manali.

Located between the famous Beas and Parvati rivers, it is green all year round and does not experience much snowfall even in the height of winter.

The gripping thing about this place is that the spring comes to the surface with some pressure. It is a pilgrimage site, especially for Sikhs and Hindus and people believe that the springs of Manikaran have healing powers. In Gurudwara, there are three hot water springs with religious and spiritual importance, where pilgrims take holy baths.

Hot water springs are thought to have therapeutic characteristics that aid in the treatment of skin problems. Placing vessels on the hot springs prepares the langar.

There’s not much to do here, but the photo opportunities to update your social media feeds are tremendous. Every turn here looks like a painting, every frame a postcard.