Kullu going students can have their industrial visit in the 2 Medium & Large scale industrial enterprises located at village Raison manufacturing natural spring water and aerated water owned by DS group, another option is to visit Co-operative mill run by Bhuttico near Manali.
Located in the blossom of green mountains with perennial falls and streams, Kullu’s beauty is dear to the people visiting this wonderful town in Himachal Pradesh. The Valley of Gods, as the Kullu Valley has come to be known, is located at an altitude of 1220m above sea level and allures a large number of tourists.
Situated on the banks of the river Beas, the place is also famous destination for the honeymooners who visit this place in great numbers. It is the ideal destination to beat the heat of the plains. Dotted with several shrines and an excellent base for a number of treks, Kullu is known for the Dussehra festival that attracts visitors from across the world.
Sights to See
The shrine of Raghunath temple is a famous travel destination in Kullu. The present structure was founded in 1660 AD by Raja Jagat Singh. Tradition has it that as a penance for his sins the Raja brought an image of Lord Ram from Ayodhya, the birth place of Lord Ram, in the state of Uttar Pradesh to bring a statue of the Lord. The statue was enshrined in the Raghunath temple.
Another famous shrine in Kullu is the Jagannathi Devi. Located 3 km from Kullu in the Bekhli village, the auspicious Jagannathi Devi attracts pilgrims from every part of India. Pilgrims have to walk for an hour and a half to reach Jagannathi Devi but be assured it would be a wonderful experience. Apart from being beautiful, Jagannathi Devi provides a majestic view of the Kullu valley below.
Bijli Mahadev Shrine (13 km)
Located at an altitude of 2,460 meters, Bijli Mahadev Temple, 11km from Kullu, is the shrine of Lord Shiva, the temple is so named because according to the belief of the people the 20-meter high staff inside the temple gains blessings from the heavens in the form of lightning (Bijli).
Kasol (42 km)
An open glade by the banks of the river Parvati on way to Manikaran. Clean white sand separates the lush green grass from the water. A good spot for trout. Himachal Tourism runs Tourist Hut at Kasol.
- Catch Mineral Water Plant
- Bhuttico – Weavers Co-operative Society Ltd
And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries
Manikaran (45 km)
Manikaran, at a distance of about 45km, is famous for Shri Guru Nanak Devji Gurdwara, Shri Ramachandra temple and hot springs. Devotes flock to Manikaran in thousands. Nearby is Danawar Wild Life Sanctuary famous for a number of animal species.
Naggar (26 km)
Situated on the left bank of river Beas at an altitude of 1851m, Naggar – an ancient town commands extensive views, especially to the North West of the valley. Naggar was the former capital of Kullu. It was founded by Raja Visudhpal and continued as a headquarters of the State until the capital was transferred to Sultanpur (Kullu) by Jagat Singh in 1460 A.D. Today this ancient and beautiful Palace is a popular tourist spot. It is famous for trout fishing.
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- 383 km from Chamba
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- 213 km from Dharamshala
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