Himachal Tourism

Sunday, 10 April 2016

Janjehli a lush green valley with agricultural fields in gentle slopes.

Janjehli .

lush green valley.
 The charming Janjehli is located at an height of 2150 Mtr. A verdant green valley with undeveloped fields in mild slopes, apple orchards, hills enclosed with pine and deodar trees and a small river having gemstone obvious water moving like a snake from side to side a variety of criss-crossed hills Janjehli alongwith next-door Keolidhar, Bagsaid valleys are a present of nature to this region. Janjehli is appreciated by explorer and natural world lover alike. This valley, decorated by snow throughout winters, is no fewer than paradise on the earth. The art lovers must have glimpses of customary wood statue and metal work. Visit to Janjehli is not total with no having approval of Shikari Mata. Budha Kedar: located at an height of 9000 feet Budha Kedar can be visited by trekking a space of 4 Kms from HPTDC Trekkers Hostel at Katroo. The place is gifted with natural attractiveness. Deodar trees, streams of gemstone clear water draw the tourists. The civilization have it that throughout banish Pandavs came here and saw Nandi at this place. Nandi jumped on a rock to save itself from Bhima of Mahabharata and left from side to side the astound. The gap has the form of the back of the bull. citizens adoration at this place and take holy bath in the nearby stream. Pandav Shila (Rock):  Situated just 3 Kms ahead of Janjehli village on the bank of Bhekhli Khad in village Dhar Jarol Pandav Shila is supposed to be of Mahabharata era. citizens consider that if a stone terrified on the astound stays on it their needs are satisfied. It is also said that a being with factual faith can have small group of the top of the rock.


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