The Kullu district includes Bhuntar, which is frequently used as a stopover for the cities of Kullu, Manali, Kasol, and Manikaran. Bhuntar also has the Kullu airport.
Bhuntar is a charming little town with nothing particularly grand to recommend as a destination for vacationers who value less crowded areas and prefer less well-known places to unwind. Bhuntar has a charming tranquilly to it and is far apart from the annoying tourist throngs of the more well-known locations in Himanchal Pradesh. This town features temples with exquisite architecture and high religious importance that are surrounded by lush vegetation. Bhuntar has its own quiet appeal in addition to a few temples, a national park, and a camping area.
The Pandavas are credited with building the Basheshwar temple in Bhuntar. It is a stunning temple with stone carvings all around it that houses statues of important Hindu deities. The carvings are breathtaking and extremely intricate. This is the largest temple dedicated to Lord Shiva out of the twenty that exist in the Kullu Valley. The flat-shaped shikaras make it simple to identify the temple.
This temple, which is 4 kilometres from Bhuntar Airport, is thought to have been constructed in the eighth century A.D. Stunning stone carvings and sculptures adorn it. In Kullu, it is the biggest stone temple.
The Jagannath Temple is hidden at a height of about 5,000 feet above sea level and is approximately 3 km from Bhuntar, amidst the town’s verdant highlands. The temple, which is devoted to Lord Jagannath, has significant religious significance.
The entire year can be spent in Bhuntar. The summers are pleasant, with consistently warm and breezy conditions. Monsoon season has gorgeous weather. However, frequent downpours could interfere with your trip plans. From October on, the climate is really comfortable. Winter officially begins in December, so it’s best to avoid going outside when it gets below zero. Visit this location in January or February, though, if you want to see snowfall.
Being a small town, Bhuntar doesn’t have many upscale dining establishments. The majority of the time, dhabhas or tiny eateries here serve North Indian and Mughlai cuisine. You can also eat at your own resort or hotel. You might definitely make your way to Kullu or the neighbouring town of Kasol if you want to get something upscale.
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