Naldehra Himachal Pradesh

Naldehra is situated at a distance of 22 km from Shimla at an altitude of 2044 meters. Hidden in the thick forests of deodar is a meadow known as Golf Course Naldehra. Naldehra is a very green place away from the crowd of Shimla, close to nature.
Naldehra golf course is included in the list of oldest golf courses in India which was established by Lord Curzon.

Here is India’s 9 hole golf ground where competitions go on throughout the year and its maintenance is looked after by Himachal Tourism. A Nag temple is situated here due to which it got its name Naldehra. From Naldehra you can take a 360 degree view of the snow covered mountains.

There is also a trekking trail here which can also be done by horse riding. While this place appears completely white in heavy snowfall, it turns green in summer. People come to spend their peaceful time in the forest adjacent to Naldehra.

Naldehra is the most suitable place for Camping in Shimla. If you come to visit Shimla, then you must visit Naldehra for a day. On going to Naldehra, you get a chance to visit the rural area adjacent to Shimla.

Here you can see people doing farming and growing vegetables. And you also get a chance to know the culture here.

How to Reach

The distance of Naldehra from Shimla Bus Stand and Shimla Railway Station is 22 kilometers.
Where can be reached by bus and taxi.

Jubadhatti Airport is the nearest airport from where the distance of Naldehra is only 42 kms.

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Jakhu Temple Shimla Himachal Pradesh

Jakhu Temple is located in the high hill of Shimla city of Himachal, which is dedicated to Hanuman . This is one of the main religious places of Himachal which is famous all over the world. This temple is situated at an altitude of 8050 feet. A breathtaking view of the snow peaks can be seen from here. The most beautiful pictures of Shimla’s sunset and sunrise can be taken from Jakhu Hill.

mythology

According to mythology, Meghnath’s arrow hit Laxman in the war between Ram and Ravana and he fainted. Then Hanuman ji descended on this mountain in search of Sanjivani herb to get information from the sage sitting here in penance. A huge statue of Hanuman was installed in Jakhu Hills in 2010, whose height is 108 feet. one can View this statue from anywhere from Shimla

How to Reach

A trekking trail from Shimla’s ridge ground takes you straight to the Jakhu Hills.

The distance of Jakhu Temple from Ridge is 2.5 kms.

Here it will take 20 minutes to 1 hour depending on your physical ability.

 Jhakhu can also be reached by ropeway from that Club House adjacent to the ridge ground.

Jahkhu Temple can also be reached by private car or taxi.

The nearest airport from here is Jubbarhatti Airport, from where Shimla is 20 minutes away. It can also be reached by railway which is in Shimla.

thing to note

This temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman, where you can see gangs of monkeys. You have to take special care of your glasses and purse while going to Jakhu temple because monkeys can snatch them.

Best time to visit jakhu temple

It can be visited throughout the year

Temple Timing – 7 am -9 pm

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Indian Institute of Advance Study Shimla Himachal Pradesh

Indian Institute of Advanced Study is located in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India. It was inaugurated in 1965 and its historicity is famous all over the world.
According to information, this institute was built in 1984 for the then Viceroy Lord Dufferin. Due to which it was also called Viceroy Regal.
After the country got independence, it was named as the President’s Residence. President used to come here to spend his time during the summer. Later President Shri Radhakrishnan decided to make it a higher education institute, since then it came to be known as the Indian Institute of Higher Education.
If you are going to visit Shimla or are in Shimla itself, then you must take out time to see it. You will be surprised to see the design of this building. It is built in European style, surrounded by a beautiful loan, below which a large rain harvesting tank is located. Different types of flowers bloom here in the garden.
Pir Panjal Ranges, Dauldhar Range and Great Himalayan National Ranges are also visible from this institute.
Electricity arrived in this institute in 1888 and the wiring for electricity had already been left, which was great engineering. Preservative water has been kept in the wax in the wall of this building, if ever there is a fire, then that wax will melt and pour water and the fire will be extinguished. Today researchers from all over the country and even outside countries come to this institute. There are millions  of books in the library here. In which there are many rare collections of humanities, history, philosophy, religion, art, culture and political science. There is a collection of Tibetan language texts, ancient Sanskrit texts and Guru Granth Sahib. There are only 3 copies of Sant Basant Singh’s handwritten collection in the whole of India, out of which 1 is present here.

There is a metal wall clock inside here, which shows day and night, full moon and new moon signals.

The rain harvesting tank built under the front loan of this building is irrigating its garden even today.

Best time to visit – It can be visited anytime throughout the year

Timing- 9 am to 4pm ( Monday closed)

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Shali Tibba – Best places for trekking in Shimla

Shali Tibba is a beautiful place situated at an altitude of 2870 meters.From this place one can get a 360 degree view all around.How amazing to see such a panoramic view from Shali Tibba.This is also  a weekend getaway for trekking lovers.It is a moderate trek of 6 kms which is the highest peak in the Shimla range.There is a temple of Shali Mata here, the local people have special faith for Shali Mata.If someone who is crazy about nature goes to Shali Tibba, then his companions in this journey will be nature, plants, birds, trees and many types of wildflowers.
This is a one day trek and it starts from Shimla. If you have come to visit Shimla and want to see the real life around Shimla, then you can include this trek in your list.

How to reach 

The distance from Shimla to Khatnol village is 50 kilometers, which can also be reached by taxi or local bus.The trekking distance from Khatnol to Shali is 7 kms which is a journey of 3 to 4 hours.

Best time to visit

Shali Tibba can be visited 12 months of the year because it is so close to nature that it remains in its different colors throughout the year.

Shali Tibba Day Hike – Himalayan Wings

Pick up Time from Shimla 7am to 8 am.

Shimla to Khatnol Distance -50 kms (2.30 hours)

Trek Starts 10 am

Trek Length 12 km (Round trip)

Back to Shimla 8 PM

Need a Guide/Taxi call at 9459253917

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A Message For Better Tomorrow

Hello Friends,

Today Himalayan Wings wants to talk and share some things about growing Corona Epidemic and worsening nature.

Himalayan Wings request you all please Wear Mask, Use Sanitizer, Maintain Social Distancing, Follow the maximum of safety measure as per our government guidelines. Stay Safe! Stay Healthy and Keep Everyone safe surrounding you.

Previously garbage piles were found in big cities, but now the situation is the same here in the mountains. Plastic waste, empty liquor bottles, now have started reaching the mountains too. A question arises in the mind again and again as if our elders were entrusted to us by nature, will we be able to entrust them to our future generations?

Earthen houses have been replaced by concrete houses, wells have been replaced by elevator schemes, gurukuls have been replaced by English schools, playgrounds have been replaced by online games.

No public transport is being used, every single person is sitting in his car and going to office, people have stopped raising cows, now people are wondering with dogs in their vehicles, people are going on picnic and they are leaving their garbage at the same place.

Isolated animals from nature and has been imprisoned in zoos and kept a ticket to see them, there has been strange irony that on this earth only and only humans will do the rest of the life so like humans are slaves.

Water sources are drying up, epidemics are spreading from animals, mental disorders are being caused by technology like mobiles, bees from pesticides and other animals/ creatures like them , which plays a vital role in the natural chain, are ending.

People are taking huge vehicles in big houses in a round of appearances, which has nothing to do with reality and far away from our existence.

We have forgotten our original principle, which is as follows-

 If we are born then death is certain.

Our actions are going to be useful for our next birth and the next generation.

Exploit nature no matter how much money you earn – Nothing Will Go Together!

Nature has created us, we should also have some contribution for nature.

What should be done?

Use public transport as far as possible.

Keep your garbage in your bag and then put it in dustbin.

Keep your water bottle with you daily while leaving your home.

Wherever we go, please do not make that place dirty, do not waste any more garbage by looking at you.

Live with a simple and real character.

Plant trees around your house.

Do leave a pot of water for the bird at your home.

Bijali Mahadev Kullu Manali

Bijali Mahadev – Where the lighting strike the Shiv Ligam every year. Bijali Mahadev is one of the sacred place of Himachal Pradesh. It situated at Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh at the altitude of 2460 meters. It is 22 Kilometres from Kullu by road and 3 kilometres trek from road. The Shiv Lingam broke in pieces by lighting from the sky and it is remade by pasting butter on Lingam every year.

Sada Shiv is seated at this place through auspicious times for a long time. While marking the rain in the world, this place is related to the slaughter of the power Mahadev Jaalandhar Asura.

It is also called Kulant Peeth by another name. The Bholenath Parable inside the seven Paroli Bhakals is related to the future Madan katha by Nande Gawale . The deity Carriers came after Mathani Johri, in which priests etc. are related.

Here Lighting falls from sky, sometimes on the flag, sometimes on the Shiv Linga, when there is a huge crises on the Earth. Then Lord Shankar ji endures the huge crisis lying on the earth to lend to the creatures on the lingam of the creation by the power format on which the Bijali Mahadev sits here.

Things To Do

Trekking, Camping, Bonfire, Meditation, Snow covered Mountain View, yoga and Relaxation. Amazing Kullu, Bhunter, confluence of Beas and Parvati River Entire View.

How To Reach

From Kullu Bijali Mahadev is 22 Kilometres along with 3 kilometres beautiful trek. From Kullu one can hire taxi or can rent a bike to reach Bijali Mahadev. For more information call at 9459253917. or click here.

Best Time To Visit

During all season one can visit this place. You can see different natural colors during whole year.

Being Green And Clean Is Not Just An Aspiration But An Acton. please Do not throw plastic .

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