Located at a distance of 4km from Kasol in the Parvati Valley along the banks of river Parvati in the Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh, Manikaran is known as a famous pilgrimage destination for both Sikhs and Hindus. A good number of temples, Gurudwara Manikaran Sahib and hot springs forms the religious pattern of the place and attract several people.
There are three hot springs where one can take a bath, one being inside the Gurudwara itself and the other two being privatised by the guesthouses. Different sections for men and women are made at the bathing place. The water in these springs contains sulphur which ais capable of curing diseases. The hot springs again have religious and spiritual beliefs connected to it. The water is hot enough to prepare food by directly placing the vessels and is served as langar.
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Hot Springs, beautiful surroundings of hills and valleys and its religious importance for both Sikhs and Hindus make Manikaran a must-visit place.
Roadblocks during heavy snowfall and power cut during those days. Extreme cold during winters. Limited options for food and staying.
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Q. How long can we stay in Manikaran Gurudwara? Is it running any regular schools ? Because I am a teacher and would like to stay for a long period by teaching the local children. Pls let me know. Thank you. _ RKAnswer this question