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Image clicked enroute #Manali by an ardent traveller.
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Weather forecast for the week in #Manali 
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Happy Sunday!

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Malana is a small but beautiful village north-east of #Kullu

Its legend is as follows:
According to a story from mythology, Jamdagni Rishi is the father of Parashuram, one of the 10 incarnations of Lord Vishnu. After his intense prayers, Shiva appeared before him. Jamdagni Rishi asked for a secluded place, full of nature's bounty. Shiva told him to go to Malana. The Rishi's two brothers followed him. In order to avoid them, he created a mist in the valley and told them that the place was not good. His brothers left his company and one went to Lahoul and the other to the Banjar Valley. Malana was already in the control of a Rakshasa when the Rishi reached there The Rakshasa Banasura resisted him. The conflict between Jamdagni Rishi and Banasura ended with a peace treaty, according to which, administration and justice were to be handled separately. While administration was with Banasura, justice was kept under the preview of Jamdagni Rishi. In case of a dispute in the administration, it was to be sorted out by the judiciary. The Kanashi language was made mandatory for those living in Malana, as also the customs and traditions prevalent there. During the festivals, the first sacrifice was to be made to Banasura. With the passage of time, Jamdagni Rishi gained superiority over Banasura, but the village retained its traditions, which are still followed there.
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Hidimba Devi Temple is also known as Hadimba Temple. It is located on a deodar covered hill in Manali, some 3kms from The Manali Inn 
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Manali is one destination that should keep anyone travelling specifically for #photography very happy. Hope to see you soon with your DSLRs in #Manali 📷🗻

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Yaks on the Rohtang Pass in Himachal Pradesh in Northern India.
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Beautiful #Manali morning!

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The craze for fiddlehead fern, locally known as #Lungru, is immense in lower areas of Himachal Pradesh.

Its season lasts from May until June and are unique by their appearance, taste, and nutrition profile.

Locals collect lungru from their natural habitat and are not cultivated commercially.
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Good news for wanderlust enthusiasts: #Manali #leh highway opened for traffic

http://www.ptinews.com/news/6148017_Manali-Leh-NH-opened-for-vehicular-traffic-

For an adventure packed holiday in #Manali contact our Travel experts at 1800113939
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