Manikaran Gurudwara, Manali

Hindus and Sikhs visit Manikaran Gurudwara to perform sacred rituals and give offerings to their gods. Located at an altitude of 1,760 m (5,774 ft), the site contains hot springs, which enabled the construction of a geothermal energy plant. Bathe in the water of the springs, which possess sufficient heat to boil rice and, according to the locals, contain curative powers. Discover how the devotees turned an earthquake incident in 1905 that tilted the entire structure into a divine event. Before you visit Manali, use our trip planner to discover what you can do and see there.
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  • This Gurudwara is mentioned in the 'Twelfth Guru Khalsa' by Giani Gian Sikh, making it a worship place of immense significance for the Sikhs. The langar here is very big and it serves free food to dis...  more »
  • I went to Manali with Family in May, 2018 and heard lot about Manikaran, so while returning from Manali I planned to visit Manikaran too. It is at a distance of 75 km from Manali, but if your are trav...  more »
  • Manikaran gurudwara is famous for hot spring waters even in winters It’s around 35 kms from Kullu Manikaran is situated in the banks of the river. Where you can feel the presence of god and the purity...  more »
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  • Good people with good surrounding is all you need for a good weekend and that's exactly what I got there. It's beautiful, it's peaceful. We arrived there at 3:00AM and those people were so nice to serve free food to us at that time of night.
  • This place is a live magical place. A bath here in natural hot spring cure many ailments. It's said that taking a bath here cleanse the body and soul. The food in lungger is very delicious and clean as Cristal. Hats off to the cleanliness even with such a heavy crowd. Nearby explorations like the local market, temples in the near by areas are equally worthwhile.
  • Extremely peaceful place with beautiful view. People there are extremely helpful and polite. Everything is extremely mesmerizing! I recommend visiting here. Hot water bath is relaxing to a very great extent. Must visit with everyone you know!!
  • Not well organized as it's difficult to find the parking, footwear deposit point, no proper rooms, etc. They are getting huge donations from people visiting the place and also from other places but still funds not utilized well. The place is very dirty and foul smell is present all the time. People taking holy dip in the special hot water area has to manage with local people who are washing clothes and cleaning their daily stuff at same location. Suggest you to visit in off season time as it will not be too much crowded. Only reason I gave 3 star is because of wonder route to drive to this place otherwise rating was below that.
  • Tranquil place. Calm and quite place . Hot spring; steam coming out from hot spring / Gurudwara and Shiva temple and water gushing down by the side of temple itself makes this place mesmerizing. which is surrounded by mountain and trees. Visited around 23 years back ;still the memory is intact .
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