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Himachal Himachal

Himachal Mandi Jan Kalyan Sabha Himachal Mandi Jan Kalyan Sabha

Himachal Mandi Jan Kalyan Sabha Himachal Mandi Jan Kalyan Sabha

Himachal Mandi Jan Kalyan Sabha Himachal Mandi Jan Kalyan Sabha

Himachal Mandi Jan Kalyan Sabha Himachal Mandi Jan Kalyan Sabha

Himachal Mandi Jan Kalyan Sabha Himachal Mandi Jan Kalyan Sabha

Himachal Mandi Jan Kalyan Sabha Himachal Mandi Jan Kalyan Sabha




Rewalsar Lake is located about 25 km from Mandi and 14 km from Ner Chowk is famous for its floating islands of reed. People there believe that the prayer or the breeze can move these seven islands. The lake is dedicated to three holy places that belong to different religions.

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Gurudwara – This Gurudwara was built in 1930 by Raja Joginder Sen of Mandi. It honours the visit of Guru Gobind Singh in 1738, when he wanted to evolve a common strategy with the rulers in hilly areas against the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb.

Monasteries: There are three monasteries in Rewalsar, out of which two belongs to Tibetans and one belongs to Bhutanese.

Temples: There are three sacred Hindu Temples that are dedicated to the sage Lomas, Lord Krishna and Lord Shiva.

The Rewalsar Lake, lie in a mountain hollow, is holy to all the three communities. The tourists can enjoy boating as the authorities have made the boating facilities available for you. This lake is surrounded by the town of Rewalsar and is 6.5 metres deep. It is a rectangular shaped lake with the drainage basin areas on its north and west.





The Prashar Lake is another tourist spot in Mandi district. The lake is situated 49 km north of Mandi with a three storied pagoda like temple which is dedicated to sage Prashar who is regarded to have meditated here. Prashar Lake is located at a height of 2730 m above the sea level. There is a floating island in the lake and the depth of the lake is still unclear.

Joginder Nagar




The large hydro-electric project in Joginder Nagar is a living tribute to man who has controlled the wild and roaring river for his betterment. Here an electric trolley takes the tourist up the steep and rocky 2,500 meters-high (8,202 ft) mountain and drops sharply on the other side to Barot, where the reservoir is positioned. A comfortable rest house of the Electricity Department is constructed for the tourists who use the trolley to reach Barot.

Sunder Nagar



Sunder Nagar is situated at a height of 1174 metres on the raised edge of a fertile valley,which is 26 km from Mandi towards Shimla. This beautiful town is famous for its temples as well as for its shady walks amidst towering trees. On the top of this hill there is Sukhdev Vatika and the temple of Mahamaya which is visited by numerous devotees every year.

The biggest hydro-electric project in all Asia, the Beas-Sutlej project, irrigating nearly one-fourth of the northern plains of India, has brought unmatched affluence to Sunder Nagar. Sunder Nagar has also emerged as an educational hub where several educational institutes such as government engineering college, government dental college and government degree college are located. Some well-known institutions such as D.A.V Public School, Government Polytechnic, Government B.S.L. Sr. Sec. School, etc. are situated in Sunder Nagar.


At a distance of 67 km from Mandi,Janjehli is a paradise for hikers, offering treks up to a height of 3,300 meters. After covering 32 km by a motor able road up to Gohar the rest of the journey is covered on foot. In the mid of thick forest, forests (15 km from Gohar) is Bajahi.There is a beautiful and well furnished rest house to stay overnight, from here Janjehli is a scant 20 km away through bridle path. Janjehli is popular for adventurous activities such as trekking, night safari, mountaineering, skiing, etc.


Resting deep in a scenic valley and surrounded by hills. It is located on the right bank of river Satluj at an altitude of 656 meters. This natural sulphur spring is pure and has curative power for various kings of bodily ailments. The water level of the spring keeps changing with the fluctuation in the water level of the river. Tatta-pani means hot water.

A nice picnic spot situated at a distance of 33 km. from Mandi on Mandi - Pathankot Highway. It is famous for Trout Fishing and a ropeway that attracts the Tourist.

This little hamlet in an apple growing area is blessed with breathtaking beauty. There are numerous small temples of considerable antiquity not too far away. Chindi, easily approachable via Tatta Pani from Shimla. It is 107 km. from Mandi.