Anchal Choudhary

Dharamsala:A Place of Beauty

  I am going to talking about eminent hill station that is Dharamshala. Dharamsala stands at the foot of Dhauladhar & has a magnificent view of snowy peaks, pine forests, tea gardens,water fall, & hills.Dharamsala is basically available from Delhi, Chandigarh, & Punjab& from other important places of Himachal.

Dharamsala offers some very pretty place to explore around that is War Memorial, Mcleodganj, Bhagsunag Fall, St. John’s Church in the wilderness, Dharamkot, Triund, and cricket stadium . All these places greets the tourists with refreshing winds and offer a memorable experience.

Its main attraction is the sequestered upper part of town, McLeod Ganj. Here, 9 km (6 mi) uphill through the Indian Army cantonment, is the Tibetan Government in Exile & the home of the Dalai Lama, Gyatso, & a complete Tibetan community.

Places to be visited :

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McLeod Ganj: Bhagsu Waterfall:DharamsalaWarMemorial

Bhagsunag Falls is a magnificent sight because it needs a small bit of hard work to reach the place.On the way to the falls are pretty stones that outline a valley that one time might have been the connecting river. Possibly it dries in March – April and the river waits for rainy season.

Cricket Stadium:

The splendid snow capped Dhauladhar mountains form ancricket stadium brilliant scenic backdrop to the Dharamshala Cricket Stadium. Another impressive feature is its openness and small-sized stands, which permit for winds to sweep across, giving quick bowlers assistance in the air. The venue is the first in India to make use of winter rye grass scattered around the outfield, which prevents the grass from decease when temperatures fall below ten degrees.

War Memorial:

The memorial is surrounded by attractive gardens and a paWarMemorialth with numerous pine trees leading to the memorial. War Memorial is adorning the way in to the great elderly holy city of Dharamsala. Memorial is placed in an ideal place of peace, amidst the plush green pine trees to pay tribute to Great War heroes from Himachal Pradesh in the Post-Independence Period.


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