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Tattapani is a popular attraction of this place, located at a distance of 30 km from Naldehra and 56 km away from Shimla. Tattapani is famous for its hot water springs and every year, many people come to this place to take a dip in this water. It is known for its sulphurous spring water, which is believed to cure many ailments like joint pain, fatigues and certain skin diseases. The springs are situated on the banks of River Sutlej, spread over an area of 1 sq km.
Tattapani is located at an elevation of 655 m above sea level. This hot water spring is at a distance of 4 km from the Hindu temples and the Shiv Goofa (Shiva Caves) located at Saraur. Tourists also come to this place to try their hand at rafting along the Sutlej River.
Most of the devotees come here in the month of January, to take dip in the holy water of Tattapani. Tourists also come here on the 13th April, which is celebrated as a festival of agriculture in India. The hot spring water vanishes in the month of June and July and reappears by the months of November and December. Tourists come here in large numbers on the auspicious days of Tara Ratri, Lohfi and on the 26th January, every year.
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As Tattapani is situated at an altitude of 655 Meters, so almost we have to go deep down at least 1500 Meters from MSL, for this we have to travel 25 KM, from Naldehra. It is very famous tourist place one for Rafting and another for numbers of hot water springs on the bank of Satluj River, so it has got the name Tattapani. Driving deep down with a lot of bends journey becomes much exciting, and you are so close to the nature that you can feel, and that brings a change in our thinking and views. Water at Tattapani gives relief in joint pains and many other skin diseases, in the winter you can not enjoy the Rafting but springs deliver very warm water. All the year it attracts the tourist.
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