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The Vashisht temple and bath is located at a distance of about 3 kms from Manali. There are 3 temples in total. Apart from Vashisht temple there is a temple dedicated to Lord Ram and the other one is of Lord Shiva.
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Manali is one of the best places I've been. Meet with some awesome people there, if ur couples try to use bikes coz there are so many cars around n it jams d road. Also one thing if u wanna buy leather jacket contact 9816166160...More
Nice calm atmosphere in the temple..... Although under construction, yet provides peace of mind.....Hot water bath is also available for tired tourists. Overall the temple premises are good.
However the main show starts outside. NEVER EVER think of even buying anything from the market shops,...More
There are two temples at the end of narrow street where you have to climb the slope. The vashisht temple is right now under maintainance. The baths made for men and women are in pathetic condition. Couldn't even think of touching the water. As a...More
The way that leads to this Vashisht village is horrible. The hot springs or hot tub is of no use.
Its not well maintained and pathetic.
We just went and touched the water to feel the heat and came back.
Nothing more than a waste of time and energy. Plan to go here only if you have nothing else to do on your trip to Manali and have excess energy to spend on climbing the slope through the narrow market lane.
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Visiting Vashisht kund is pure waste of time. Nothing special over here. Currently the kund is under repairs and hence entry isn't allowed. Yet there are no such signboards displayed at the drop off point for taxis. There is a steep incline narrow road to...More