DHARAMSHALA sightseeing :

Kangra Art Museum

“This amazing Museum was established and made public in 1990, and it currently has a respectable collection of almost 1500 objects. The Museum is home to objects from a wide range of historical periods, including 17th-century paintings, 5th-century antiquities, and even contemporary artwork.

Tea Garden

Kangra tea is a type of tea that is grown in the Himachal Pradesh region of India. Since the middle of the 19th century, black tea and green tea have both been cultivated in the Kangra Valley. In 2005, Kangra tea received Geographical Indication designation.

War memorial (optional)

The Main Monument is made up of three curved black marble walls with murals on five of their faces and the names of those who gave their lives in the motherland’s service written on the sixth. These walls represent the three armed services’ wings and represent the continuity and forward motion of human and national existence. They rise from a circular shallow pool with a center bowl and twenty one water jets. However, the beds of pink, crimson, and white roses that line the route that round the wall represent a person’s childhood, youth, old age, and eventual death. A person passes away, but the country and humanity continue.

Cricket stadium

Mountain range in the Himalayas. It is one of the highest sports venues in the world, rising 1,457 meters above sea level. Visiting a cricket stadium while in Dharamshala may seem absurd to include on one’s schedule. A visit to HPCA Stadium, as it is often known, is worthwhile due to the breathtaking natural surroundings and consistent chilly winds that blow across the pitch. A sensory experience unlike any other is provided by the indigo sky, the cool mountain breeze, the enormous expanse of lush green land, and the eternal lake.

Gyuto monastry

One of the primary tantric colleges of the Gelug lineage, Gyuto was established in 1475 by Jetsun Kunga Dhondup (Tibetan: ; Wylie: rgyud stod; THL: gyü-tö). After completing their geshe studies, monks in Tibet would be encouraged to join Gyuto or Gyume, another tantric school, in order to gain a solid foundation in vajrayana practice. Both of these monasteries were formerly located in Lhasa, Tibet, but have since been relocated to India.

Norbulingka monastry

The Norbulingka Institute was established in 1995 by Kelsang and Kim Yeshi in Sidhpur, India, close to Dharamshala, with the goal of preserving Tibetan culture in all of its literary and artistic manifestations.

Kharota view point

The distance between Kharota and Dharamshala is 1.2 miles.You may take in the spellbinding view of Dhauladhar from Kharota.


Indrunag Temple

Indru Nag Temple is a Hindu temple located at Indru Nag close to Chohla hamlet Dharamshala, 5 km from Dharamshala Bus Station and 8 km from McLeod Ganj Bus Stand. It is among the most well-known sites of worship in Dharamshala.

The local inhabitants constructed the historic temple known as Indru Nag, which is devoted to Snake King. The Indru Nag is prayed to by people, and they fervently believe that this god protects them from natural disasters, particularly heavy rains. One can get a panoramic view of the Dharamshala and Dhauladhar ranges from the temple’s summit location.

Bangotu view point

Bangotu village is a small yet beautiful village just above INDRUNAG in DHARAMSHALA . It is situated at a height equivalent to MCLEODGANJ.


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