Dharamsala

  • Weather : 25
  • State Rank : 1
  • Ideal Duration : 2-3 days
  • Best Time : Oct, Nov, Dec
  • Tags : Trekking , Hill Station,Religious,Adventure

Dharamsala (also spelled Dharamshala) is understood because the home of the dalai lama, however the untidy market town wherever the buses pull in is really Lower Dharamsala. The Tibetan spiritual leader is based 3km up hill in higher Dharamsala, additionally called McLeod Ganj, and that is wherever most guests are heading. once people locally talk about Dharamsala, they usually mean Lower Dharamsala.Set against the dramatic scenery of Dhauladhar Mountains, Dharamsala is settled on the high slopes of the Kangra valley. This charming city has still unbroken intact its charm of stylish bungalows similarly as its history of the colonial era. called the homeland of the spiritual head of the exiled Tibetian .


Best Think about Dharamsala :


This is Very Popular and great place for meditation and learning about Buddhism and Tibetan culture. All Around Weather And envornment Is so clam

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Worst Think about Dharamsala :


It has become over-crowded with large amount of tourists rushing to Dharamshala.

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Best For Whom :



For religious people, people in search of meditation and peace. Also, for the avid trekkers as Dharamsala opens the way for a number of treks.

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Local Food in Dharamsala :


The native Tibetans call Dharamsala "Dhasa", in rhyme with Tibet's capital, Lhasa. No surprise, provided that this active Himachali hill station is home to the dalai lama and also the Tibetan government. however Dharamsala is additionally a melting pot. within the combine are 3 generations of Tibetan refugees, indigenous gaddi folks, Kashmiri and Nepali business people, migrant staff from province and, of course, tourists and devotees from across india and also the world.

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Food :


The native Tibetans call Dharamsala "Dhasa", in rhyme with Tibet's capital, Lhasa. No surprise, provided that this active Himachali hill station is home to the dalai lama and also the Tibetan government. however Dharamsala is additionally a melting pot. within the combine are 3 generations of Tibetan refugees, indigenous gaddi folks, Kashmiri and Nepali business people, migrant staff from province and, of course, tourists and devotees from across india and also the world.


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By Air

The nearest airport is at Gaggal, about 13 kilometres away from Dharamshala. Gaggal airport connects Dharamshala to Delhi via Air India and Spice Jet flights. Tourists from other parts of India would find it easier to take a flight till Chandigarh and book a taxi for their onward journey to Dharamshala, which is about 275 kilometres away.

 By Bus

Dharamshala is well-connected to Delhi and other parts of North India via a network of state operated buses as well as private tour operators. The journey is almost 520 kilometres from Delhi.

By Train

An overnight train journey is a good option to reach Dharamshala. The nearest major railway station is at Pathankot, 85 kilometres away. There are numerous trains that go to Jammu and Kashmir that stop by in Pathankot. You can take a taxi or bus from Pathankot to reach Dharamshala. There is also a smaller railway station, Kangra Mandir, just 22 kilometres from Dharamshala but none of the important trains halt here.

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