About Lahul Spiti, Himachal Pradesh
Lahul Spiti is tribal district of Himachal Pradesh. It is the largest district of Himachal Pradesh. The average height of Lahul Spiti is 2000 meters to 7000 meters. It gernally divides in to two parts. The half area of Lahul Spiti is covered by glacier. During winter season it cuts from the other place. The best time to visit in Lahul Spiti is June and July.
Places of Interest in Lahul Spiti, Himachal Pradesh
Tabo: It is located in Western Himalayas in Spiti valley. Tabo is situated in the height of 3500 meters above mean sea level. There is a 100 years old Tabo Bodhi monastery. "Choskor" Interpretation, secular discussion, conventions, preachingare held here. Due to sculpturing, art and craft and paintings, it is known as "Ajanta of Himalayas".
Gondla: It is situated in the height of 3200 meters above mean sea level. There is an eight storied, Thakur Haveli of 1700 A.D. It is also known as Gondla Mahal.
Tandi: it is 8kms away from Keylong where "Chandra and Bhaga" rivulets joined together. It is famous for glorious natural scenery.
Guru Ghantal Temple: It is situated in the height of 3020 meters above mean sea level. It has idol of Guru Padam Sambhav and Brajeshwari Devi temple.
Kardang Bodh Temple: It is situated in the altitude of 3500 meters from sea level. It is situated on the bank of Bhaga River which is 5kms from Keylong. In earlier time a capital of Lahul.
Baralacha Pass: This pass situate in the altitude of 4890 meters above mean sea level. It is 73 kms from Keylong. Chandra and Bhaga rivers originate from this pass.
Udaipur: It is situated in the height of 2745 meters above mean sea level. Mrikula Devi temple is located here. Mrikula Devi temple is famous for wooden carvings.
Kibber: It is situated in the latitude of 4205 meters above mean sea level. Here is located the highest village of the world "Geet".
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