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Dal Lake

The Dal Lake is a small mid-altitude lake (1,775 m above sea level) near the village of Tota Rani in Kangra district (Himachal Pradesh) in northern India.The lake is surrounded by deodar trees and is considered as a sacred spot as there is small Shiva mandir (shrine) on its bank.Taking a holy dip in this lake is considered to remove all miseries and will bring blessings of Lord Shiva.There are different kinds of fish that live in this lake.This lake has greenish water. The distance to visit beautiful place from Resort to Dal Lake is 1 kms.

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Dalai Lama Temple

The most important Buddhist site in the town is the Dalai Lama's temple. It has statues of Shakyamuni, Avalokiteśvara, and a statue of Padmasambhava (Guru Rinpoche). The sacred temple for Tibetians and Buddhists in Dharamshala. His Holiness Dalai Lama also resides near this temple. This is the most popular tourist attraction with peace of nature for foreigners in Dharamshala. The distance from Resort to Dalai Lama Temple is 2.5 kms.

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Norbulingka Institute

Norbulingka Institute, founded in 1988 by Kelsang and Kim Yeshi at Sidhpur, near Dharamshala, India, is dedicated to the preservation of the Tibetan culture in its literary and artistic forms.The ground plan is based on the proportions of Avalokitesvara, Norbulingka is dedicated to handing down tradition and restoring standards by providing training,and employment for Tibetans. The distance from Resort to Norbulingka Institute is 200 meters.

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Buddhist Monastery

Buddhist Monasticism is one of the earliest surviving forms of organized monasticism in the history of religion. It is also one of the most fundamental institutions of Buddhism. Monks and nuns are considered to be responsible for the preservation and dissemination of the Buddha's teaching and the guidance of Buddhist lay people. This is the most popular tourist attraction foreigners in Dharamshala. The distance from Resort to Buddhist Monastery is 20 Kms.

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Masroor Temple

Masroor Temple in Kangra is believed to have been built by the Pandava brothers, of the Hindu epic the Mahabharata. It is a group of 15 monolithic rock-cut temples.The temple is located on a hill, and has a pond within its grounds. A view of the snow-clad Dhauladhars is seen from the temple during the winter season.The main shrine consists of the idols of Rama, Lakshmana, and Sita. The temple also has carvings of Buddha.Masroor is about 50 km from McLeod Ganj. Driving will take about one-and-a-half hour.

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Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium

HPCA Stadium in Dharamshala was opened in 2003. It has a capacity of about 25,000 seats. The venue holds Ranji Trophy and IPL matches.HPCA Stadium in Dharamshala was opened in 2003. It has a capacity of about 25,000 seats. The venue holds Ranji Trophy and IPL matches.By virtue of its natural backdrop, it is one of the most attractive cricket stadiums in India. In addition to Ranji matches, some international matches are also planned to be held here.

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Triund Point

Triund the most beautiful Trekking place in the World in Dharamshla and 7 kilometers one way and 14 kilometers away from Hotel.Triund has an unambiguous byway which goes through a beautiful mixed forest of oak, deodar and rhododendron . Trek is fairly easy for the first five kilometers but the last one kilometer may require a bit of toil , the last one kilometer is popularly know as the “22 curves” as it has 22 tiring curves.

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Tibetan Children's Village (TCV)

TCV is an entire community as well as school for the care and education of orphans and refugee children from Tibet. Many refugee children arrive in McLeod Ganj without their parents.The Tibetan Children’s Village is where they live and study. Also studying at TCV are other Tibetan children whose Indian-resident parents send them to TCV to receive a Tibetan education.