Unique Festivals of Tirthan Valley

The Phagali Festival of the Seraj Valleys is usually celebrated in the month of February or march. Traditionally an eight day fair is held with some amazing mask dance and the voices of Gods being transcribed by the local Gurs to the people of the Seraj Valley. Interestingly Kullu which is also called the Valley of Gods have four distinct seasons and all rituals here are carried out according to the Hindi Calendar .

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TOP 10 Drives from Tirthan TIME TRAVEL THROUGH THE EYES OF LOCAL (SUNSHINE HIMALAYAN ADVENTURES) In this article one will cover the top 10 drives from Tirthan Valley. All these destinations are rewarding for the traveler in you and can be done in a days tour per destination basing yourself in the beautiful Sunshine Himalayan…

Quick Guide: Tirthan Valley, Himachal Pradesh

Enclosed by the Great Himalayan National Park with flowing rivers, lush green valleys and lakes, Tirthan Valley—one of the most beautiful places in Himachal, has all that it takes to be a perfect weekend getaway. Air: Nearest airport: Bhuntar (54 km/ 2 hrs). Rail: Nearest railhead: Chandigarh (279 km/ 7 hrs). Road: Tirthan Valley is…

Google Map- Delhi to Tirthan Valley

Route Map A) If you are driving yourself, take the route for Mandi-Aut-Manali. There is Aut tunnel. You should NOT enter the tunnel, before the tunnel take right turn. After crossing the hydrol project you will reach Larjee. From Larjee you should take left towards Banjar (the other route will take you to Sainj valley).…