Intro…..Manali!!!An exciting Place …
Manali, has a best scenery view that lies in the North of Kullu Valley. The valley is oftenly referred to as the ‘Valley of the Gods’.The Old Manali village that has an ancient temple dedicated to sage Manu.
Most of you all, I think have heard from your relatives, friends, whosoever they have visited to Kullu-Manali and enjoyed a lot… Blah, Blah, Blah!!!! and so on…..
so, let me clear your concept & let me talk about it. Manali which is in Himachal Pradesh , in the north of India.
Manali is named after the Sanatan Hindu lawgiver Manu. The name Manali is regarded as the derivative of ‘Manu-Alaya’ which literally means ‘the abode of Manu’.
Manali is a beautiful township nestled in the picturesque Beas River Valley.
The glacial water of River after rushing down the slopes of Rohtang Pass allows adventure sports activities.Manali is almost 50 km from the Kullu and both are breathtakingly beautiful. So when one visits Manali, he/she goes Via Kullu hence both are taking in the same torism circuit.
Swaying eucalyptus trees meandering little eaters small kitschy local market places, and cafe which serve delicious local food at unbelievable prices, old Manali is a serene, tranquil place, whose lingering silence is broken only by the twittering of birds and sound of the roaring waters of the Kullu River.
Manali is known for its Unlimited adventure opportunities, the famous Hadimba Temple, the scene Rohtang Pass, the snow-laden Solang valley, and its delightful culinary scene.
What is the Good Time for travelling?
The month of October to February is the winter season & can be considered to be the best time to visit, but Manali is best place the visitors, if you like the thrilling & chilled cold. Though January is the month , can also be reagarded to enjoy the chilly pleasure of the fresh snowfall. The Temperature that drops down below to zero degree celsius.
Things To Buy in Manali
If you are looking for sweaters, cardigans or warm wool caps and mufflers, Manali is having a heaven for woolen shopping, especially if you are visiting during the winters. Visit to the Manu Market and you are bound to leave with a bagful of smart woollens.
2.Kinnauri and Kullu Shawls
Kullu wraps are accessible in amazingly excellent and flashy hues and examples. Similarly as the names recommend, these wraps begin from Kullu and Kinnaur. The plans on Kinnauri cloaks hold a strict noteworthiness as the scope of hues utilized in different examples represent the strict and fanciful history of the area. These wraps are without a doubt among the best things to purchase in Manali.
It is a restrictive Tibetan asking instrument that consistently bears the serenade “Om Mani Padme Hum”. It is a tube shaped article that turn on a pivot with a long handle. A slight revolution of the wrist turns the wheel around. Inside this chamber, composed on paper or skin, are recondite Buddhist mantras. It is accepted that supplicating is done naturally in the event that one gets the wheel under way. They make delightful endowments and gifts.
By and large made out of unadulterated fleece, Kullu tops are warm and shield your head from the serious cold of the mountains. One of the unmistakable results of Manali handlooms, Kullu tops are known for their wonderful mix of appealing hues and fine quality (however customarily the tops are shaded green). You can get one from various shops on the Mall Road.
Thangkas are artistic creations made on cotton, or silk appliqué fabric, typically delineating a Buddhist divinity, or a profound scene. For the most part, thangkas keep going quite a while and hold a lot of their radiance, yet because of their sensitive nature, they must be kept in dry spots where dampness won’t influence the nature of the silk. They are normally called a parchment painting.
Dorjes are weapon-like structures which are utilized as a custom item to represent both the properties of a jewel and a thunderclap. They are basically a kind of club with a ribbed round head. They make lovely show pieces or blessing things. You can get one while shopping at Old Manali.
Aside from this rundown of the best things to purchase in Manali, you can likewise get bamboo keepsakes, turquoise and silver adornments, Buddhist artistic creations, nameplates and keychains which can be altered to one’s own taste. Furthermore, there are apples (obviously), many organic product items, new natural product sticks, pickles and jams to reclaim home and relish.
State: Himachal Pradesh
Elevation: 2,050 m (6,730 ft)