Monday, October 31, 2011

Dalhousie, a hill station in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh : Tourism, Introduction, Location, Major Attractions, List of Hotels in Dalhousie

Dalhousie,  a hill station in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh : Tourism, Introduction, Location, Major Attractions, List of Hotels in Dalhousie

Dalhousie is very popular for its scenic beauty and pleasant climate. This fast emerging hilly destination offers a pleasant holiday amidst calm and serene surroundings. A popular sanatorium during the time of British rule, this hill station owes much to its founder Lord Dalhousie for its fame and glory. Nestled in the lap of the Himalayan mountain range, this hill station is placed at an average height of 8000 feet.
Spread over an area of 14 sq km, Dalhousie is built on five hills, which offers a pleasant trekking experience to toddlers as well as serious trekkers.

How To Reach
By Air:
The nearest airport is at Gaggal (Kangra), 140-km from Dalhousie.
By Rail:
The nearest railhead is Pathankot, which is well connected to Amritsar, Jammu, Delhi and Jalandhar.
By Road:
Onward journey from Pathankot to Chamba and Dalhausie is by road. Punjab and Himachal Roadways run services, as do private operators.
Distances : Amritsar 191 km., Chamba 56 km., Chandigarh 300 km., Delhi 563 km., Jammu 188 km., Jalandhar 192 km., Manali 360 km. and Pathankot 80 km.

Major Attractions

Khajjiar - A stunning valley with a spring in the middle, while being quite beautiful, it gets littered with trash in the peak season of July when a massive number of tourists come.

Dainkund Walk - A gentle, sloping walk near an Air Force base in Dalhousie, leading to a Hindu temple.

Upper Bakrota - The highest area in Dalhousie, it has a number of estates, a residential school, and an Army barracks at the top. The area is circled by a road called Bakrota Walk, on the way to Khajjiar which ends at Alah Water Tank

Chamba - It is a major district town a little distance away from Dalhousie and is the seat of the former princely State of Chamba. It has a number of attractions including a major museum, restaurants, etc.

Ganji Pahadi Walk - It is called Ganji Pahadi (ganji means bald, pahadi means hill) because there are no trees on the summit of the hill and it looks like it's got a bald patch at the top. You can ask a local how to get there. It is a long walk of at least an hour, but quite pleasant.

Hotels & Resorts in Dalhousie Hill Station:

The Manimahesh Hotel
Hotel Moonga
Hotel Alps Holiday Resort
Spring Dalhousie Hotel
Hotel President
Peace Channel Resorts
Hotel Mount View
Hotel Lall Ji, Resorts
Hotel Grand View
Hotel Dalhousie Heights
Hotel Sagrika Resort
Hotel Ashiana Regency
Snow Valley Resorts
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Coonoor, hill station near Ooty in Tamil Nadu : Tourism, Introduction, How To Reach, Best Time to Visit, Major Attractions, Fairs & Festivals

Coonoor, hill station near Ooty in Tamil Nadu : Tourism, Introduction, How To Reach, Best Time to Visit, Major Attractions, Fairs & Festivals

Coonoor is a famous hill station that is 17 km from Ooty in Tamil Nadu, India.Coonoor is the second largest hill station located in the Nilgiri hills. It is famous for its verdant environs and for a variety of wildflowers and birds. Coonoor provides a perfect setting for activities like trekking and hiking. It is also famous for its tea plantations and festivals. Travelers can also enjoy the ride on the toy train, which connect Coonoor with other hill stations in the Nilgiri Hills.

The other famous hill resort of the Nilgiris is that of Ooty/ Udhagamandalam/ Ootacamund
The trip provides some breathtaking views of the Nilgiri hills in all its natural glory. Though secondary in importance to Ooty, Coonoor offers a more secluded retreat, away from the crowds that throng Ooty. If a quiet, romantic holiday tucked away in the hills amidst fresh air and verdant Nature is what you are looking for, Coonoor is your best bet.

How To Reach
Coonoor does not have an airport of its own. The nearest airport is in Coimbatore. Coonoor is on the toy-train line between Mettupalayam (28 km) and Ooty. Coonoor is well connected by road with Ooty, Coimbatore, and Kotagiri. We would provide you all India tourist permit vehicles for the local transportations and also for the intercity drives too.

Best Time to Visit
The best time to visit Coonoor is between the months of October and March.

Where to Stay
Accommodation options are easily available in Coonoor. There are several luxury, deluxe and budget hotels that cater to the needs of the tourists to Coonoor

Major Attractions

Sim's Park The park is situated in a deep ravine on the Northern side of Coonoor Railway Station at an elevation of 1768 to 1798 m. The park can be divided into eight major sections. The natural shola with winding footpaths all over the higher slopes of the park is the most distinctive and picturesque feature of this park.
Lamb's Rock It is 8 km from Coonoor on the way to Dolphin's Nose. It commands a grand view of the Coimbatore Plains. It is a favorite place for tourists.
Laws Falls The Place is a beautiful picnic spot, situated at Coonoor-Mettupalayam Road at the distance of 7 km from Coonoor. The height of the falls is about 180 feet. There are vast stretches of undisturbed sholas and it is a paradise for Naturalists.
The Dolphin's Nose Viewpoint Which is 10 km from Coonoor, is an important place to visit. It not only provides a panoramic view of the vast expanse of the Nilgiri hills but also of the famous Catherine Falls.

Fairs and Festival

The hill resort of Coonoor hosts several interesting festivals. Firstly there is the annual fruit and vegetable festival that is hosted at the Sim's Park. Tourists from across the globe get attracted to the festival organized in May each year.

Then there is the tea and tourism festival hosted in Coonoor. The annual festival attracts tea connoisseurs from the world over in January at Coonoor.

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Kodaikanal or Kodai ,a city in the hills of the taluk division of the Dindigul district in the state of Tamil Nadu : Tourism, Introduction, How To Reach, Major Attractions, Hotels

Kodaikanal or Kodai ,a city in the hills of the taluk division of the Dindigul district in the state of Tamil Nadu : Tourism, Introduction, How To Reach, Major Attractions, Hotels

Kodaikanal is a city in the hills of the taluk division of the Dindigul district in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. Its name in the Tamil language means "The Gift of the Forest". It is situated 7,200 feet above sea level amongst the picturesque western ghats of India. Kodaikanal is referred to as the "Princess of Hill stations" and has a long history as a retreat and popular tourist destination. It's a lot cooler in temperature than lower elevation cities such as Chennai and Bengaluru.

How To Reach

By Air
The closest airports to Kodaikanal are Trichy 150 km, Madurai 120 km and Coimbatore 175 km.
By train
Nearest railway station is Kodai Road at a distance of 80 km. From Kodairoad station, one has to travel only by road.
By bus
From Dindigul city, kodaikanal is located at a distance of 90 kms approximately and there are plenty of buses plying from various parts of the state.
Buses ply from Chennai, Trichy, Madurai, Dindigul,Palani and Coimbatore.

Major Attraction

Berijam Lake - perhaps the most pristine of the three lakes in Kodai. This is a plastic free zone and it is beautiful and serene. The lake lies within a reserved forest region. You need to get permission to visit this lake. Permissions need to be obtained on the morning of the intended day of visit from the forest office. Usually the person who arranges the vehicle will arrange the permit.

Coakers Walk- If you wish to catch the scenic valleys, the best time to visit the place would be before 2PM. But if you want to watch snow-like clouds (only in winter) beneath you form an ocean, reach the place between 3PM and 6PM. Try and catch the sunrise here or in the nearby Greenlands Hostel. A marvel.

Bryant park - A must see. Its main entrance is on the road surrounding the lake and is a 10-minute walk from the entrance to the boat club. Nicely maintained and a huge park. Their flower shows during summer are very famous.

Kodai Lake- If you are going in winter, go boating in the evening, as it's an amazing experience to boat through fog settling on the lake. The lake is very near the bus stand. This is a star shaped lake and walking around it during the night is one of the best walking experience you can have in your life.

Kurinjiandavar Temple - about 4 km from the lake is a temple whose presiding God is Lord Muruga. The flowers inside the temple bloom once in 12 years. One can get a view of the Palani Hills and the Kodaikanal Town from this temple. During the winter, the view of Kodai city and Palani from the two ends of the temple is blocked.

Green Valley View/Suicide Point- has a more than 5000 ft steep drop from this point. The monkeys are a good attraction at this point.

Pillar Rocks - huge steep cliffs. Watch out for the cross at the top of the mountain hoisted by an English adventure enthusiast.

Silent Valley View

Devil's Kitchen - a cave known more to the locals, First being "Green Valley View" and "Pillar Rocks" and then finally "Guna Cave".

Guna Caves - a cave which became very famous after the movie GUNA. Very steep and risky to get in. The public may not be allowed to enter this cave nowadays, though it's a very good place to take pics. But if you are not a professional spelunker, a trip to this cave may be your last.

Pine Forest - it's a really very good forest of pine trees. You can ride horses there. It's on the way to the guna cave.

Shanthi Valley - another pine forest nice place.

Silver Cascade - it's a nice waterfall on the road side from kodai road to kodai kanal, just before 4-5 kms from kodai kanal. The cold water flows and it's really super to bathe in the cold water and travel in between the eucalyptus trees.

4 Star Hotels in Kodaikanal
Club Mahindra Coakers Villa
Hill Country Holiday Resort
Summer Migrations

3 Star Hotels in Kodaikanal
Elephant Valley Farm
Golden Parks Inn
Green Acres Resort
Hotel Jewel
Hotel Kodai International
Hotel Mount View
Hotel Valley View Inn
Sterling Lakeview Resort

Budget Hotels in Kodaikanal
Hilltop Tower
Holiday Home
Hotel Bala
Hotel Grand Palace
Hotel Jai
Hotel Sivapriya
Lilly's Valley Resort
Royal Cottage
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Sunday, October 30, 2011

Puducherry (formerly Pondichéry or Pondicherry) : Tourism, Introduction, List of Beaches, Major Attraction, List of Hotels

Puducherry (formerly Pondichéry or Pondicherry) : Tourism, Introduction, List of Beaches, Major Attraction, List of Hotels

Puducherry (formerly Pondichéry or Pondicherry is a Union Territory of India). It is a former French colony, consisting of four non-contiguous enclaves, or districts, and named for the largest, Pondicherry.
The city is full of French colonial buildings, clean and wide streets and the sprawling premises of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram. This territory is important from spiritual as well as from cultural point of view.

Pondicherry’s beauty lies in its un-spoilt beaches and well laid out parks and gardens. The city’s temples and churches and imposing monuments of the colonial era are some of the worth visiting sites in this small port city.

Beaches in Ponicherry

Promenade Beach
Clean environment, swaying palm trees, clear waters, sun-kissed sand, describe the beauty of the beach. Tourists from across the world come to this tranquil beach for spending memorable holidays and take back some golden memories. The best part about the beaches in Pondicherry is that here the nearby buildings are built in such a way that they don't affect the beauty and peacefulness of the beaches.

Paradise Beach
Paradise beach is one of the interesting beaches in Pondicherry where both the locals and tourists come for enjoyment and fun. It is located in Chunnambar. Visitors pitch up  tents on the sand and enjoy the natural beauty of the beach and its surroundings. The beach offers great chances of sighting Dolphins.

Auroville Beach
Auroville Beach is renowned as one of the most beautiful beaches in Pondicherry. In fact, it is ahead of other beaches in Pondicherry in terms of popularity. It is located at a distance of 12 km from the center of Pondicherry. You can enjoy swimming at this shallow beach. The shell fragments and the shingles deposited by the mesmerizing waves along the beach deserve mention.

Karaikal Beach
Easily accessible from the main town of Pondicherry, Karaikal Beach is a must-see tourist attraction. This beach is famous for offering breathtaking views of sunsets. Do not forget to take your camera along when you go to the beach. The pictures of the beautiful sunsets will always remind you of your Pondicherry trip.

Mahe Beach
The blissful waves and the perfect ambience invite you to have an 'experience with a difference' at the Mahe Beach. It is located 2 km to the south of Kannur.

Major Attractions

  • Puducherry Beach
  • Auroville
  • Aurobindo Ashram
  • Chunnambar Boat House
  • Bharathi Park
  • Museum
  • Romain Rolland Library
  • Botanical Garden
  • Anglo-French Textile Mills
  • Pondicherry Museum
  • Paradise beach
  • Manakular Vinayagar Temple
  • Sithanandhar Temple
  • Vannia Perumal Temple
  • Ossudu Lake
  • Auroville Beach
  • Streets Near Aurobindo Ashram, French Heritage Buildings
  • Light House Beach
  • Nehru Street, shopping at all time
  • Sunday Market, street shops only on sundays

List of Hotels in Pondicherry

  • Ginger Hotel, Pondicherry  
  • Annamalai International Hotel, Pondicherry  
  • Lotus Comfort Hotel, Pondicherry  
  • Anandha Inn Hotel, Pondicherry  
  • Sunway-GRT Grand , Pondicherry  
  • Soorya International Hotel , Pondicherry  
  • The Dune , Pondicherry  
  • Kailash Beach Resort , Pondicherry  
  • The Richmond Hotel , Pondicherry  

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Becharaji or Bahucharaji, among the three Shakti Pith's worshipped in Gujarat : Introduction, Location, History, How to Reach, Near by places to visit

Becharaji or Bahucharaji,  among the three Shakti Pith's worshipped in Gujarat : Introduction, Location, History, How to Reach, Near by places to visit


Becharaji or Bahucharaji is a small town and taluka place in Mehsana district of Gujarat in India. It is situated in northern part of Gujarat. It is a very popular religious place of Hindu religion. It is among the three Shakti Pith's worshipped in Gujarat as Bala at Bahucharaji, as Ambika at Ambaji and as Kalika at Pavagadh. Near the Becharaji, there is a big temple of Bahuchar Mata, which village known as Shankhalpur. All tourist are comes in vacations.
Fairs are held hear at every chaitra and ashadhi purnima, full moon day. On this day numbers of devotees visits the temple.

Bahucharaji temple is open from 5:00 am to 9:00 pm. Puja of Bahucharaji Mataji is from 7:00 am to 11 am.
Bahucharaji is 100 km away from Gandhinagar and 110 km from Ahmedabad.

How to Reach to Bahucharaji :
By Air :
Nearest airport is in Ahmedabad at 110 Km.
By Rail :
Bahucharaji is a railway station on Ahmedabad-Patan railway line and well connected with Ahmedabad, Kadi, Chanasma & Patan.
By Road :
State transport corporation buses and private coaches run regular service to other cities in the region.

Location : 35 Kms from Mehsana, Gujarat.
Dedicated To : Goddess Bahucharaji.
Contains : Three Temples.
Day of Celebration : Full Moon Day.

Other Attraction
Modhera - The ancient Sun Temple at Modhera is just 12 km away from Bahucharaji.
Zinzuwada - Zinzuwada having ancient fort with beautiful carved gates and kund is 40 km away from Bahucharaji.
Patan - Beautiful Gujarat town having carved Jain temples, also famous for patola silk sarees is 50 km away from Bahucharaji.
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Pahalgam, situated in the western part of the state of Jammu and Kashmir: Tourism, Location, Best Time to Visit, Climate, Food, Hotels, Major Attraction, Starting point of the Amarnath yatra

Pahalgam, situated in the western part of the state of Jammu and Kashmir: Tourism, Location, Best Time to Visit, Climate, Food, Hotels, Major Attraction, Starting point of the Amarnath yatra

Introduction & Best Time Time to Visit

Pahalgam is situated in the western part of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Set at 2130 m above sea level, surrounded by the great Himalayas, it is positioned on the banks of the Liddar River. The alpine weather conditions create pleasant and mild weather conditions in summers from April to June, while winters from November to February are cold and experience heavy snowfall. The rainy seasons of July and August see a huge entourage of pilgrims who come here to visit the holy cave of Amarnath, the abode of Lord Shiva, as Pahalgam is the starting point of the famous Amarnath Yatra.
Pahalgam is a hill station most sought by the travelers seeking relaxation and leisure. The valley offers breathtaking panoramic views of the beautiful Himalayan Ranges
Pahalgam is a famous shopping place for woolen products. It forms a part of the region in Asia where Saffron is growing. Pahalgam valley is perfectly suitable for adventurous activities like golf, horse riding, trekking and many water sports. The unexplored undulating hilly terrains and the plain valley regions are equally eye catching.

How To Reach

By Air
Srinagar is the nearest airport at a distance of 95 km.
By Train
The nearest major railhead is at Srinagar, which is 90 km away. One can reach Pahalgam from railway station by taxis or buses.
By Bus
Pahlagam is connected by Jammu and Kashmir state owned road transport corporation buses. Pahalgam is well connected to Srinagar (95 km, Rs. 50) by buses. Special luxurious buses will also be available from Jammu and Srinagar to Pahalgam.


The summer maximum temperature rarely goes above 25 degrees celsius. Being located at a height of 7200 feet above sea level, the temperature can fall to -10 degrees in winter.

Food & Cuisine

Pahalgam, undoubtedly, offers you a wide array of restaurants serving Kashmiri specialties. Aromatic spices are the identity of Kashmiri food. Besides, these eating joints also serve a variety of Punjabi, Gujarati and Chinese dishes.

Major Attractions

River Liddar has a number of picnic spots around it. Spend  some leisurely moments by the river bank.
Pahalgam is a part of Asia's only saffron growing area. While visiting Pahalgam, you can see the saffron plants in full bloom in the month of November.
It is an ideal place for adventure enthusiasts too. People love to go  angling, trout fishing, horse riding, golf, snow skiing and trekking here.
Pahalgam is the starting point of the Amarnath yatra, a pilgrimage to the holy cave shrine of Amarnath (abode of Lord Shiva) . During the months of July/August, thousands of pilgrims pass through Pahalgam to reach the holy cave of Amarnath.

List of Hotels in Pahlgam

Pahalgam Hotel
Heevan Hotel
Woodstock Hotel
Pine & Pick
Mansion Hotel
Natraj Hotel
Mount View Hotel
Grand View
Shepherd's Hotel
Hill Park Hotel

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Anantnag, a city that is located in the state of Jammu and Kashmir : Tourism, Location, Best Time to visit, Introduction, History, Major Attractions, List of Hotels in Anantnag

Anantnag, a city that is located in the state of Jammu and Kashmir : Tourism, Location, Best Time to visit, Introduction, History, Major Attractions, List of Hotels in Anantnag

How to reach:

By air: Srinagar (14 kilometers away) is the major airport inter linked with several major cities.

By rail: Closest railhead is Jammu Taw, which is 293 kilometers away from Srinagar, well interlinked to every country part.

By Road: Srinagar is interlinked with the various parts of the country including Kargil, Chandigarh, Gulmarg and many more.

Best time to visit

Anantnag comprises alpine weather. Visiting Anantnag in the months of December and April is suggested.


Anantnag is a city that is located in the state of Jammu and Kashmir in the district of Anantnag. The city is the capital of commerce in the state and is one of the most developed places in the Kashmir Valley. It is an ancient city and aboriginals are known to have lived in the area.

There are various places of interest for tourists in the city of Anantnag and these include hot springs, lakes, temples, shrines and few more places. There are two sulphur springs that are located in the city and also countless natural springs that provide fresh water. Malik Nag, Nag Bal and Salag Nag are the main springs in the place. These are popular places to visit for the locals as well.

There are seven temple complexes in the city and these are revered by the Hindu population of the region. Some of the temples that you can visit are the Hanuman Temple, Sita Temple, Ganesh Temple and Shiva Temple.


Anantnag is an ancient city which came into existence as a market town around 5000 B.C. making it one of the oldest urban human settlements in the whole world.

Before the advent of Muslim rule in 1320 A.D., Kashmir was divided into three divisions, viz; Maraz in the south, Yamraj in the centre and Kamraj in the north of the Valley. Old chronicles reveal that the division was the culmination of the rift Marhan and Kaman, the two brothers, over the crown of their father. The part of the valley which lies between Pir Panjal and Srinagar now called the Anantnag was given to Marhan and named after him as Maraj. While Srinagar is no longer known as Yamraj, the area to its north and south are still called Kamraz and Maraz respectively. Lawrence in his book "The Valley of Kashmir" states that these divisions were later on divided into thirty four sub-divisions which after 1871 were again reduced to five Zilas or districts.

Tourist Attractions in & around Anantnag

• Bawan
• Mattan,
• Vitasta
• Nila Nag
• Verinag,
• Gautam Nag
• Devibal
• Amarnath caves
• Baba Hyder Gazi
• Shankaracharya Temple
• Martand Temple
• Mamal
• Tomb of Baba Hyder Rishi
• Amarnath caves
• Naghbal

List of hotels in and around Anantnag

Standard Hotel

General Bus Stand
Jammu & Kashmir
Type: budget hotel
Cost: Rs 300/- to Rs 500/- and onwards

Heevan Hotel

Jammu & Kashmir - 192126
Tariff: Rs 7000/- and above
Type: Luxury hotel

Grand Mumtaz Resort

Adjoining to Main Golf Course
Near View Point
Pahalgam, Anantnag Dist.
Jammu & Kashmir
Tariff: Rs 4500/- and above
Type: General

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Saturday, October 29, 2011

Alchi Tourism , Village in the Leh district of the state of Jammu and Kashmir : Introduction, How to Reach, Best Time to Visit, Alchi Monastery & other attractions

Alchi  Tourism , Village in the Leh district of the state of Jammu and Kashmir : Introduction, How to Reach, Best Time to Visit, Alchi Monastery & other attractions

Alchi is a village that is located in the Leh district of the state of Jammu and Kashmir at an altitude of around 3,500 m above sea level.This is located on the banks of the River Indus. It is situated in the heart of the Himalayan region and is a popular tourist place. The village has a few places for overnight stay as well.

The village is mainly popular for the old monastery that can be seen here. The building is said to have been built during the 11th century and the architecture of the place is also excellent. There are many wall paintings that can be seen in the monastery and these have been done in Indian style. The paintings are very well preserved and are a treat to witness. There is a big statue that is present in the monastery as well and the paintings near the statue have bright colors.

How to Reach

By Air: Leh (67 km) is the nearest airport, which is well connected to almost all the major cities of India.
By Rail: The closest railhead lies at Jammu Tawi which is around 680 km away from Alchi.

Best Time To Visit

Alchi has an extreme climate with icy winters and normal summers. In summer, the maximum temperature can rise to 25°C and go down to a minimum of around 12°C. Protection against sunburn is necessary in this time of the year. In winters, the maximum temperature hovers around 15°C and minimum temperature can drop to -30°C. The best season to visit this place is from May to September.

Alchi Monastery

The monastery complex, managed by the monks of Likir Monastery, houses two main temples: Alchi Du-khang and the Sum-tsek, and a few smaller structures including the Temple of Manjushri, Lotsawa Lha-khang, Lha-khang Soma and 3 Ka-ka-ni (entrance) chortens.

Alchi Du-khang is the main temple, and the largest and oldest preserved structure of the complex. This main area is utilized by monks for ceremonies. Along with the huge 'Wheel of Life', it comprises of several murals. The Sum-tsek is the second important temple of the monastery complex, housing three enormous figures of four armed Bodhisattvas.
The Temple of Manjushri is a free standing structure built around the four central image of Manjushri. Besides, Lotsawa Lha-khang is adorned with an image of Buddha in bhumisparshamudra as its central image. Alchi monastery is visited for its earliest murals and beautiful frescoes of deities, which are considered as the finest surviving examples of Buddhist art.

Tourist Attractions of Alchi


The oldest temple in Alchi, Du-khang was founded by the Kal-dan Shes-rab of Tibetan descent, in the 11th century. The temple is popular for its wall engravings, carved images of Bodhisattvas and the plaster image of Vairocana, the Resplendent Buddha. The temple is designed in a special geometric way, which seems to be a visualisation of the universe.


This huge temple has a distinctive architectural pattern. The fabulous paintings and murals, carved wooden facade and huge pillars with carved brackets depict the typical Buddhist art.

Lotsawa Lha-khang and Manjushri Lha-khang

These are two small adjoining shrines. Large central columns, plaster images of the Bodhisattva, murals based on the theme of the Thousand Buddhas, and images of other goddesses and guardians are the major features of the temples. The Lotsawa Lha-khang is dedicated to Rinchen Zangpo.

Lha-khang Soma
This is a modern structure, known for a chorten or votive stupa. The columns are beautifully engraved with lion faces. The western wall has three painted mandalas, the northern has the image of Vairochana, and the eastern wall has the image of the Buddha.

Hemis Festival
This three day festival is celebrated annually in the month of June. One can have a glimpse of the Ladakhi culture, art forms and traditions at this festival.

Where To Stay

Alchi has a few option for accommodation. J&K TDC Tourist Bungalow at Saspol is a good place to stay.

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