Hot Springs


13.9/5(14 Ratings)

Hot Springs Overview

Ranked 1 of 6 sightseeing in Manikaran

There are two hot springs in Manikaran, that are both associated to holiness - the hot spring at the Sri Guru Nanak Devji’s Gurudwara and the hot spring in the River Parvati. It is believed that people after taking a bath and drinking the water of these hot springs attain salvation.

The importance of the hot springs of Manikaran is no less than the “Kashi Kshetra.” After examination of waters of both the hot springs, it has been found that the spring waters contain radioactive minerals and natural uranium. Both the hot springs are huge tourist attractions.

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Hot springs with Shiva & Parvathi temple

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Mahadev Hiremath
13th Jul 17

Hot springs in Manikaran

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Suvo Saha
6th Nov 17

Manikaran Gurudwara-good place

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Jatin Joshi
6th Jul 17

Superb Hot Springs

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Fenil Visaria
20th Jan 18

Sulphur springs !!!

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28th Dec 17

Hot water springs

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27th Dec 17

What travellers are saying about Hot Springs

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  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: 1-2hrs
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Day
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Ravinder Kumar

Ravinder Kumar5.0/5

1 review

Magical Place

This is very magical place, in this place we can see hot water without and fire. This is very strange, when we go to here we see this place with my family. I cooked rice here in this water.

Akash Shokeen

Akash Shokeen5.0/5

15 reviews

Wonderful place with hot water pouring from mountains

It's quite type of religious. You must go there as there are accommodation facilities also at cheap rates. You would surely cheer there. As there is some hot water pouring out from mountains. It is wonderful and quite relaxable in it.

Debayan Bhowmik

Debayan Bhowmik4.6/5

161 reviews

An ideal mixture of belief and spiritualism

The moment you enter the premises of the Gurudwara surrounding the hot spring, an unknown sense of spirituality will engulf you, whatever may be your religion.The belief with which people come here is amazing to look at and feel. It is believed that bathing in the water of the spring can cure any kind of skin rashes and also steamed rice (cooked in the water of the hot spring) is served as the prasad in the Gurudwara, which is purely delicious.In one word, I, rather we were stunned at the hospitality and calmness of the place in the midst of the beautiful town of Manikaran.

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Pebam Meetei

Pebam Meetei5.0/5

1 review

Manikaran hot spring-Heavenly place

It is located nearly 45-50 km from main kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. The hot water there comes out with lots of pressure and iron contents. People living there even boil their food like rice, potato. There is a Gurudwara and they serve people visiting the place and that too tasteful. We really enjoy taking bath in the hot water mix with some cold water. The gurudwara provides rooms for night stay.

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Supriya Sharma

Supriya Sharma4.3/5

6 reviews

Mesmerising and enchanting experience

Manikaran is around 2 hr drive past Kasol Valley from Manali. The way up is itself beautiful with Beas River flowing alongside but a little scary. We stopped a bit in Kasol Valley and just never wanted to leave that place. It was a mesmerizing view. We reached Manikaran around 11 AM and found our way to the Gurudwara directly. It is famous for hot water springs where devotees take bathe for offering their prayers. It also have a large Lord Shiva temple with hot water springs where you can cook rice packed in small potli as prasad. For us, we prayed and found a small pond of residual hot water just around the corner. It was so relaxing sitting our feet immersed in hot water in that chilly weather. Just couldn't make ourselves get up from there. It was very humble yet enchanting experience.

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