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We went to Hidimba Devi Temple by foot from Old Manali and we went up a few steps to reach. It is nice to view. There are women with rabbits to take photos with them as well. About 30 mins would be enough.
- Hidimba Devi Temple visit is good for people who are religious and in search of spirituality.
- It has scenic surrounding and beauty however it is sometimes very crowded.
- Can try ethnic costumes @ 50 per person
- Try Panipuri here.
Temple is in the middle of the groves . Very peaceful and beautiful place. Beautiful architecture you can definitely spend some time and get a good click. Mind your head when you enter the temple ceiling is really low you might hurt yourself.
With lots of old and huge trees surrounding, this is tranquil. ONce you get inside the temple you realise that the deity is actually Maata Parvathy. A beautiful pair of footsteps of Maa is found there which is worshipped. You will be at peace with...More
Hadimba Temple a place to worship is also a good place to visit with kids have lots of option for engaging them in multiple activities like photos with rabbit and yak. A unique experience to dress up like locals and get clicked adds charm to...More
It is one of the old structures in Manali. The only temple for Hidambi in India. The Temple is not much when you compare it with grand temples but the place around it is very nice and gives you a calm naturism feeling. Good place...More
Perched on a hill top it is one of the major attractions of Manali. The only problem is the narrow approach roads which pass through the main market. Once you reach on top, it seems you have reached a huge garden. The place is calm...More
This is one of the few old Himachali structures left. The temple is not much if you compare it with other grand structures, but it gives you a feeling of a primal past. It is located on the upper regions of Manali. I would certainly...More