One of the beauties of Himachal Pradesh is Mcleod Ganj. It is the suburb of Dharamshala in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh in the northern part of India. The colloquial name of the place is Little Lhasa or Dhasa which is mostly pronounced by Tibetans as the place is mostly resided by Tibetan population. The name has been put after the former Lieutenant Governor of Punjab, Sir Donald Friell Mcleod.
The rich and luxury greenery with startling sceneries takes breath away and leaves you with an mesmerized experience to commemorate lifelong.
The temple is also known as Bhagsunag Temple that at the height of 1770 meters above the sea level. Encompasses with thick greenery and beautiful pool, it encourages the great tranquility and peace.
Following Buddhism, the Namagyal Monastery spreads the peace. The place also consists multiple temples, shrines bookstores and other memorial shops.
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The place can be treated as peacemaker as the aura detach you from the messy citylife. It is the place where the great spiritual leader Dalai Lama resides.
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The Mcleod Ganj is around-the-year destination. The summers are perfect for trekking and sightseeing. During the winter, the mountains are filled with thick snow that is perfect for honeymoon trip.
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