Kullu is the district headquarter of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is situated on the banks of the river. It is a wide-ranging valley shaped by the river Beas linking Manali and Largi. Kullu valley is well-known for its temples, scenic attractiveness and its magnificent mountains enclosed with pine and deodar jungle and expansive apple orchards. The valley is sandwiched among the Lower Himalaya, Great Himalayan and Pir Panjal ranges. The River Beas flows throughout the central point of the valley.
Kullu is a genuine gemstone on the crown of Himachal Pradesh which is nestled in the lap of the grand Himalayas. The spectacular attractiveness of its wonderful landscapes, the generosity of its inhabitants, their typical standard of living and prosperous traditions have engrossed travelers for eons.
Kullu valley is well-known as the ‘Valley of the Gods’ because of numerous pilgrimage sites for Hindus, Buddhists and Sikhs. It is famous for its open valley pastures and picturesque views of the Himalayan mountain ranges.
The main occupations of Kullu valley people are agriculture, tourism, apple orchards and shops. The valley is also recognized for Kulvi shawls, prepared of different types of innate fibers including sheep-wool, pashmina and angora.
The best places to visit in Kullu are Raghunath Ji Temple, Bijli Mahadev Temple, Shringa Rishi Temple at Banjar, Maha Devi Tirth Temple, Narsingh Devta Temple, Sainj Valley, Shangarh Valley, Deohri, Raison, Tirthan Valley, Shoja, Basheshwar Mahadev Temple Bajaura, Kasol, Kais Dhar and many more.
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