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Manali Travel Guide

A beautiful hill resort surrounded by snow-covered mountains and thick pinewoods with the wandering Beas River, Manali in the state of Himachal Pradesh is far-famed for its aesthetic beauty. Lies at an elevation of 6260 feet, Manali is the prime hill station in the Kullu valley, whose brilliance lies in the ever flowing Beas River with conifer slopes and crop plantations hiking up to the snow clad hillocks of Himalayas. This awe exalting hill resort is inserted between the enforcing peaks of Pir Panjal and Dhauladhar. A land, which is the home of numerous goddess and gods, this beautiful hill resort is swelled with colourful festivals, fairs and middling shrines.

Famous as the queen of the valleys, this attractive hill stations in the lower Himalayas is intimately crumpled with the legendary lawgiver of ancient India, Manu. It is conceived that, Manali is the holiday destination where the ark of Manu found its perching after a great flood. Manali, which literally stands for the home of Manu, has got noteworthy meaning in the ethnic culture and tradition of India.

Besides the grandeur of its natural vista, a lot of other interesting activities are in store in Manali. A trendy holiday spot, Manali extends outstanding chances in mountaineering traveling and traveling. The undiscovered hilly route to the conterminous valleys is really a marvellous experience that one should not miss it in a lifetime.

With marks of artifacts, the malls and other shops of Manali offers a joyful shopping experience to the shopping buffs. Gifted with breathtaking sceneries, Manali assists as a perfect place for those who want to be in the midst of blooming green and inducing surroundings.

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