Here are the top 4 places to visit in Dharamkot

1. Triund

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1 out of 4 places to visit in Dharamkot

Triund is a 9-km trek away from Mcleodganj. It is situated at a great height and provides a mesmerizing view of the Moon Peak-Indera Pass. This is an ideal spot for picnics and the clean and pristine environment will surely rejuvenate your senses.

2. Dharamkot Studio

Dharamkot Studio

2 out of 4 places to visit in Dharamkot

A small rustic space located in the village of Dharamkot about 2km from Mcleodganj, Dharamkot Studio is a hidden gem where people can take pottery lessons. The lessons include trying to get the hang of the art using simply the hands and the wheel. The studio is also known for reviving black pottery, and trained instructors guide locals and tourists every step of the way.

3. Vipassana Meditation Centre

Vipassana Meditation Centre

3 out of 4 places to visit in Dharamkot

The Vipassana Meditation Centre in Himachal Pradesh is located in Dhamma Sikhara, which means ?Peak of Dhamma,? on a 3-acre land next to Dharamkot Village. Set amidst a deodar cedar forest in the Dhauladhar ranges at an altitude of 2,000 m, it organises Vipassana Meditation courses in the Sayagyi U Ba Khin tradition following the teachings of S.N Goenka. 10-day residential courses and Satipatthana Sutta courses are taught to adults; they are entirely free of costs, such as food and accommodation facilities. Bilingual classes are also introduced here wherein the meditation instructions are provided in both languages to all the students.

4. Tushita Meditation Centre

Tushita Meditation Centre

4 out of 4 places to visit in Dharamkot

Tushita Meditation Centre is a centre situated in Dharamkot, Himachal Pradesh, dedicated to the propagation of Buddhism from the Tibetan Mahayana tradition. Formerly known as the Tushita Retreat Centre, it is located on a forested hill above Mcleodganj. It offers introductory and intermediate-level courses on Buddhist philosophy, meditation classes, residential courses and other programs based on the Lama Tsong Khapa of Tibet tradition. It is well-known for its individual and group practice retreats and special events featuring notable Lamas and Geshes. The library and three meditation halls are open to the public.

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