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How To Reach - Manimahesh

How To Reach - Manimahesh
i. Manimahesh is 197 KM from Pathankot(End Destination of punjab to reach Manimahesh)
ii. From Train:- Nearest Railway Station is Pathankot (Punjab).
iii. From Airport:- Nearest airport is atGaggal in Kangra (170 kms from Chamba).
iv. By Road:- Manimahesh is From Chamba (78 kms away) by road. Buses, taxis and coaches regularly plying from Chandigarh and Delhi. Chamba is 602 km from Delhi and 392 km from Chandigarh.
Yatra Dates
Manimahesh Yatra by Helicopter ::
The both way ticket will cost you approx. 7500.00 INR per passenger. One way ticket is INR 4000.00
Details: The Helicopter will fly from Bharmour Helipad to Gauri Kund, from Gauri Kund the person has to continue onwards journey of 1 km by foot and then after Darshan the person will have to came back to catch the flight from Gauri Kund to Bharmour Helipad.
ManiMahesh Yatra
The yatra begins every year during the month of August / September. Thousands of people visit the lake to bathe in its sacred water, on Radha asthami , the 15 th day following the festival of Janmashtami every year. Itis a colourful procession that starts from the Laxmi-Narayan temple in Chamba town and goes right upto the lake. It takes about 6 days to reach the lake. Pilgrims carry a sacred'Chhari' on their shoulders. On reaching the lake, a night long ceremony is held and on the next daythe devotees take a holy dip in the lake.After bathing in the holy waters,the pilgrims go around the lake threetimes.
The route to Manimahesh is via Chamba, Himachal Pradesh and Bharmour. Motorable road ends at Hadsar, about 12 km from Bharmour.The rest of the path is to be covered on foot, about 13 km of steep climb by the banks of Manimahesh Ganga, which originates from the Manimahesh Kailash peak. During theannual pilgrimage in August - September, numerous night-shelters and eateries spring up by the trekking route. Night-shelter is also available at village Dhancho, about 6 km from Hadsar on the way to Manimahesh, round the year. Another less frequented trekking route originates from Holi, which is connected to Chamba.

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