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Dharamshala Mcleodganj Himachal

Brief Introduction about Dharamshala Himachal Pradesh is a state in Northern India which is a combination of variety of aspects. The romantic Simla, adventurous malai, cultural kulu, religious Chail and the Spiritual Dharamshala mcleodganj are the main aspects of Himachal Pradesh. The Dharamshala Himachal is also called as the Dalai Lama town having religiousness and spirituality in nook and corner. The visit to Dharamshala Mcleodganj on the other hand is a spiritual experience combined with natural beauty. Dharamshala hotels come in a variety of budgets, luxury hotels and so on catering to the varied demands of every kind of traveler. The summer season is flocked by tourists all over the world. Especially when Dalai Lama holds his teachings during July-September, this region is highly populated and is a centre for tourists.
The tourists can pick up souvenirs and gift items of the Tibetan culture for people back home.

Cloud End villa is one of the outstanding mid range Dharamshala hotels set in the backdrop of the architecture and décor of the place. This ensures that the holiday is complete when in Dharamshala.

The Tibetian Buddhist history of Dharamshala Himachal dates back to the 8th Century. The literal meaning is “an inn attached to the temple” which over the years grew to be the head quarters of Kangra district. Dharamshala Mcleodganj was once the Summer capital of India until a massive earthquake washed out the sparsely populated area. With the arrival of Dalai Lama and the Tibetan government in Exile, Dharamshala Himachal became the hub for students of Buddhism. The Lower Dharamshala is a typical Indian town with not much to offer the tourists, while the upper Dharamshala also known as Mcleodganj is a centre for Tibetan Community and Buddhist learning.

Safety of the tourists has become a prime concern in and about Dharamshala especially the female foreign tourists who travel alone. Therefore, it is advised by the Government to travel in groups and avoid travelling after 9 PM.

The Dharamshala Mcleodganj are especially a backpackers spot where one can expect to explore the Bhagsu (a small hike way up the Mcleodganj from Dharamshala), the Dharamkot, the Naddi and the Forsyth ganj.
The tourism is yet to be developed in this region but even t hen, the airport of Gaggal and a number of buses plying to various centres of Himachal Pradesh make Dharamshala travel a easier task. The Dharamshala Himachal has a freezing temperature during winter season. The culture is that of Buddhists and is majorly influenced by the Tibetan population.

Except the Mcleodganj and Dharamshala there is nothing worth a visit for the tourists. People even then can adventure about the Bhagsu region by hiring a private taxi or the public buses.

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