Must Visit Places Near Dharamshala - Rahulmotoz

03/09/2021 By

Dharamshala is popular in the world for its distinctive blend of the Kangra and Tibetan culture and is also one of the most frequently visited tourist places in India. The hill station in Himachal Pradesh is also famous for its mesmerizing and picturesque views. The place is nicknamed ‘Little Lhasa’ because of the large number of Tibetan people living here. Take a look at the top places that you can explore in and near Dharamshala.

Places To Visit Near Dharamsala

  • Dharamshala Cricket Stadium
    Nestled in the lap of the mighty Himalayas lies the Dharamshala Cricket Stadium, also known as the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) Stadium. Located amidst the Dhauladhar mountain range in Kangra valley, it is one of the highest sports grounds in the world. Also, the stadium is operated under the auspices of HPCA, and it serves as a practice ground for the Indian Cricket Team, Himachal Pradesh state-level cricket team, and also for the Indian Premier League (IPL) team Kings XI Punjab. 

  • Namgyal Monastery 
    Namgyal Monastery is situated within the Tsuglagkhang complex, where it overlooks the mountain ranges of Dhauladhar. This complex is an honored home to the residence of the Dalai Lama, along with various other shrines, temples, souvenir shops, bookstores, etc. 

  • Triund
    The trek is situated at a tremendously great height and is at a distance of 9 km trek from Mcleodganj. It provides mesmerizing views of the Moon Peak-Indra Pass, which is an ideal spot for picnics. The clean and pristine environment of the place is surely going to rejuvenate your senses in all ways. 

  • St.John’s in the Wilderness Church
    The church was built in 1852 and is one of the most important neo-gothic churches of Himachal Pradesh. Located near Dharamshala, the church was built in dedication to John the Baptist. 

  • War Memorial
    The War Memorial in the forests of Dharamshala was built in honor of those who fought to save our motherland during the Indo-China war of 1947-48, 1962, 1965, and 1971. Three huge panels of black stone, every 24 feet in height, preserve their memory in stone.

The above discussed are some of the top places that you must visit when in Dharamshala.

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