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- It was a beautiful afternoon, with good tea, good food, good service and a lovely place to walk around.Written 22 January 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The gallery is dedicated to famous artist from Punjab Sobha Singh. Shobha Singh’s masterpiece paintings of Guru Nanak and portraits of Sohni-Mahinval and Hir-Ranjha can be seen here. You can also buy their prints at the shop here. Most of the paintings displayed show the influence Kangra School of art. The art gallery also has sculptures and busts of some eminent people of Punjab like M.S. Randhawa, Prithviraj Kapoor and Nirmal Chandra and Amrita Pritam.Written 3 April 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- On our way from Dharmashala town to Kangra airport, we stopped by the tea gardens. A guy has laid out a table by the road to sell tea powder. It was nice to walk around the garden for fresh air and good photos. After a while it started to drizzle, so we had to leave.
Good thing is that it wasn't overly crowded. I would have preferred a tea tasting place as well, but it's not available here.Written 4 October 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- For children it is a good place to visit. Lovely garden, one small fish aquarium and a small lake with boating facility..
And in last if you are hungry than one cafe is also there. Park is well maintained and even good number of toilets are also there.Written 21 October 2022
- The monastery is located in Tashi Jong village, which is a small rural area situated between Paprola and Taragarh. It is home to the Drugpa Kagyu tradition of Buddhism, established by 8th Khamtrul Rinpoche, Dongyu Nyima. The monastery complex houses the main temple, the stupa of Khamtrul Rinpoche, and the Yamantak Retreat Center which is restricted to the general public. Designed by Khamtrul Rinpoche, the entire building is adorned with woodcarving, gilding and painting.Written 3 April 2020
- I went to the temple with my family and it was great place great view of valley and great weather. Beautiful place is the brief description.Written 20 August 2020
- Tried this trek solo to temple but fall short about 250m as i was alone, and started trek in afternoon. Reached place called gallu primary dispensary by bike from palampur. And started trekking by following google map. Nice ground at top of mountain.Written 3 June 2019
- Nice and cozy place. The main people who run the place were away, but a very senior member of the team was present. Liked what we saw overall but felt that the place could have been better maintained, and the process of creating pottery could have been better explained. Many of the finished items were away for some exhibition in Delhi. Having said that, the place felt authentic, and the people warm. May be would visit it again next time when the owners are there, and more stuff on the showcaseWritten 19 December 2019
- Not much of an attraction in dry season. There is almost no water in the river. The road to the place is extremely narrow at some points for 2 big cars to pass on side by side. Paid Parking is available.Written 13 June 2022
- Awesome place.. totally silence. If you want to feel the nature, you must visit this place. Temple of MATA Vindhyavasini makes this place very special.
view is unexplainable, if you visit only then you can feel...Written 16 December 2017
- Very peaceful place which us peace from the inside. Our soul got devotional after visiting this temple of maata.Written 25 March 2019
- Beautiful scenic view on the Gopalpur road
Very well kept premises,
Houses buddhist monks Kinnaur lazul spiti Tibet NepalWritten 2 June 2016
- In 1975, the present 12th Kenting Tai Situpa's disciples from Derge and Nangchen region who settled in Bir, donated land to establish Palpung Sherabling, which later became his seat in India. The building was designed by Kenting Tai Situpa, and is built of modern materials and finished in traditional Tibetan architectural fashion. Palpung Sherabling cultivates and preserves the artistic lineage of the Palpung tradition. It has 250 monks' quarters, three shrine halls, six shrine rooms, and all of the traditional and modern monastic features.Written 4 April 2020
- Must visit if have time. Nice for picnic. Ample parking space. It has a restorent. Food is coastly.visit place if have time.Written 10 June 2018
- I came to know from the locals that this temple was relatively new but I liked the looks of the temple's architecture and the systematic method of offering prayers.Written 13 August 2019
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