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“a must road trip”

Manikaran Gurudwara
Ranked #3 of 60 things to do in Manali
Certificate of Excellence
Useful Information: Bathroom facilities, Baby buggy parking, Wheelchair access
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Useful Information: Bathroom facilities, Baby buggy parking, Wheelchair access
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Level 3 Contributor
8 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 3 helpful votes
“a must road trip”
Reviewed 31 August 2012

i travelled manikaran from manali riding a bike and guys it was awesome.
must do thing brfore you die.
the gurudwara was good to visit and a hot water hindu temple gives really bizzarre experience in a good sense.
must visit if you want to feel the insight and wants to do some meditation while sitting in gurudwara.

Visited July 2012
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“Manikaran”
Reviewed 21 August 2012

Manikaran is located 35kms from Bhuntur Kullu in Parvati Valley. We went there in December month so no heavy rush and no traffic jams. Enroute there are many villages.
The place is known for hot sulphur springs. There are also Gurudwara, Shiva Temple, Raghunath temple and many more small temples.
Hot springs there are unbelievable.. we boiled rice and black gram in it and came to know from a local that all the parshad (like potatoes, rice, pulses etc..those which can be boiled) for langer is cooked in hot springs. It was all foggy there not due to winter but due to the fog of springs.
I really liked the place and recommend to all those who are going to Kullu/Manali.

Visited December 2011
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GURUdaSEWAK, Guest Relations Manager at Manikaran Gurudwara, responded to this review, 24 August 2012
Dear Mam,
Its our pleasure to know that you have enjoyed your visit to Gurdawara Manikaran Sahib. Next time when you happen to visit do stay overnight and take Prashad of Langar as well.
To add to your knowledge i would like to tell you that the hot springs In Manikaran Sahib are not Sulphuric but radium. the difference being one can consume radium water as its sweet in taste but sulphuric one is sour in taste.
Do Visit Again.
Thank You.

Waheguru ji ka Khalsa Waheguru ji Ki fateh.
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Mumbai, India
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“garam kund”
Reviewed 14 August 2012

beautiful place manikaran 3 kms away from kasol really untouch place as Jazz Holidays commited to me that the place would be very beautiful

Visited July 2012
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GURUdaSEWAK, Guest Relations Manager at Manikaran Gurudwara, responded to this review, 15 August 2012
Sir,
We are delighted to know that. Do visit again.
Thank you.

Regards:
Guru da sewak.
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New Delhi, India
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“Feet the heat, when you stand on the floor. An experience to remmeber”
Reviewed 25 July 2012

It took us almost half a day from manali to reach there though a curvy mountain road, It included a traffic jam on that road also.

Manikaran is famous for sulphur springs in river parvati. There are areas of gurudwara, where it get slough to stand on the floor due to heat, and when you move a few steps away, its cold as ever.

Visited July 2012
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GURUdaSEWAK, Guest Relations Manager at Manikaran Gurudwara, responded to this review, 15 August 2012
Sir,
We are happy to know you had good time in Gurudawara Sahib. We regret for the inconvenience caused to you because of traffic jams. The road coming to the Gurudawara is being widened by the state government. Also you have mentioned about sulphur springs. I am happy to tell you that its not sulphur but springs on radium. As the water is not sour in drinking but sweet. The sulphuric water is sour in taste. The tea being served in Gurudawara Sahib is made from this water only. As the water is sweet we use half the amout of sugar then what is generally required.
Do visit again..!!

Regards:
Guru da sewak.
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Toronto, Canada
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“MANIKARAN- THE GURUDWARA WITH HOT WATER SPRING”
Reviewed 19 July 2012

Really enjoyed after visiting manikaran sahib gurudwara. Hot water spring was really impressive thing for us and we cooked rice in the hot water. We had langar and they served to all people very nicely.Although the place was bit crowded and temp was hot but we enjoyed and feel good and relaxed.

Visited August 2011
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GURUdaSEWAK, Guest Relations Manager at Manikaran Gurudwara, responded to this review, 15 August 2012
Sir,
We all are glad to know that you enjoyed your trip to Gurudawara Sahib. From May end to The beginning of july there are holidays in the schools and colleges. And also its summers time in India so all people travel to hills. I believe you visited us in the month of July. So during that time The Guradawara is visited by a lot of tourists and pilgrims. If we see the facts, during these times the place is visited by daily around 15000 people and around 3 thousand happen to stay in Gurudawara Sahib Premises only. The gurudawara Sahib management is making continous edforts to make there stay pleasent.
Hope you would visit us again.

Thank you
Guru da Sewak.
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