Himachal Pradesh has been known as the home of the Gods, or 'Devabhoomi' from very early years. The state of Himachal Pradesh is full of high ranges, secluded valleys, and various types of architecture in the temples. The Himalayan ranges, with their impressive heights, divine serenity, and grand picturesque splendor, seem to be the natural home to the Gods.
There are over two thousand temples spread across the state of Himachal Pradesh. Most of the temples in Himachal Pradesh are important places of pilgrimage, and every year, thousands of pilgrims and tourists flock to this place.
The lakes also play a significant part in adding to the scenic beauty of the already gorgeous state. Moreover, most of the lakes in Himachal Pradesh are placed around the temples in the state and hence gain importance for being considered holy. Besides this, you can also explore other popular town attractions with our meticulously crafted Himachal tour packages. You can modify the itinerary according to your requirements. Contact our travel experts for more information and book a tour with us!
About Dal Lake Kangra:
In the state of Himachal Pradesh, the perennial rivers are the sources of some of the most beautiful lakes in the state and India. These beautiful lakes are coursed by the ice-cold waters of the dissolving snow from the uppermost peaks of the towering mountains. The chilly water of these lakes is conceived as revitalizing to the exhausted and fatigued travelers on their way. Moreover, because of the lakes' connection with the state's religious places, it is believed that the lakes in Himachal Pradesh provide a sense of spiritual bliss to the travelers.
The Dal Lake in the state of Himachal Pradesh is located in the district of Kangra, which is situated at a distance of 11 kilometers from a place called Dharamshala. The Dal Lake Himachal Pradesh is positioned on the way, along the motor road, to a place called Talnu. Deodar trees surround Dal Lake in the Kangra district. On the banks of the Dal Lake, there is a small temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Because of the presence of this temple, Dal Lake is considered a sanctified lake. The banks of the Dal Lake in Himachal Pradesh are livened up by a fair, which is attended by a large number of the Gaddi tribe in September every year.