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Naggar, close to Manali, is home to the Naggar castle, a tiny piece of history set against the backdrop of gorgeous hills and the clear and pure Beas River. The castle, which once served as Raja Sidh Singh of Kullu’s home, is a lovely fusion of traditional Himalayan and European building styles. The Naggar Castle is a Manali must-see because of its grand fireplaces, exquisite staircases, and precise wood and stone work. The castle has been transformed into a historical hotel.

Places to visit Naggar

Naggar Castle

The town’s main tourist draws, the castle in Naggar, virtually gives it a visual definition. Raja Sidh Singh of Kullu constructed this castle in approximately 1460 A.D. in a distinctive fusion of western and Himalayan architecture.

Trekking & Fishing

Naggar is ideal for a variety of recreational activities due to its natural beauty and topography. Naggar serves as the starting point for numerous treks and is home to several trekking trails. There are also a few spots in Naggar where one can go trout fishing.

Uruswati Himalayan Folk Art Museum

The museum is situated 100m uphill and was first built as a research facility in 1928 by Russian Professor Nicolas Roerich with the intention of fostering an intellectual environment where research on Tibetan and Indian medicine could be conducted.

Gauri Shankar Temple

This Lord Shiva temple, which is close to The Castle and is devoted to him, is a significant place of worship in the community. The historical temple, which was constructed in the eleventh century, is regarded as the final example of Gurjara-Pratihara architecture.

Tripura Sundari Temple

This unusual temple’s alternate deodar wood slabs make it an earthquake-resistant building.

This religious building, which is a unique temple in many aspects and is made entirely of deodar wood, is a must-see location in Naggar. Every Baisakh, the temple participates in a fairly unusual ritual in which it gets shrouds from deceased bodies to dress the goddesses.

City Shopping

One can shop for Shawls, Rugs, Kullu hats, Pullans (wool shoes), natural oils, and more in Naggar.

Roerich Art Gallery and Estate

Russian artist and philosopher Nicholas Roerich was well-known. He is regarded as a spiritual leader by certain Russians. In the early 1900s, after seeing the world, he made the decision to stay in the sleepy town of Naggar. His car, residence, and a sizable collection of his artwork are all kept on the estate.

Chamunda Bhagati temple

This temple is located in the Nishala village and is surrounded by some of the most breathtaking scenery in the area. The area is well recognised for being a popular setting for filming.

How to reach Naggar

Naggar lacks an airport and a train station. Kullu-Manali Airport in Bhuntar is the closest airport. Joginder Nagar has a train station that is the nearest. You can easily get to Naggar from the airport and the train station, which are both close to Manali. Manali is served by HRTC buses. You can also take a semi-luxury or private Volvo bus.

Best time to visit Naggar

For a very long time, travellers have been fascinated by and drawn to the seemingly ancient town of Naggar. A year-round favourite of adventurers is the picturesque town of Naggar. The summers are cheerful and pleasant. There are many places to stay, and the climate is agreeable. The atmosphere becomes misty during the monsoon, and Naggar appears to be a setting straight out of a fairy tale. The land is completely covered in snow throughout the winter, when the temperature decreases. The weather may be difficult for the average traveller, but if you’re an adventurer, Naggar’s winters will show you a distinct side of Himachal Pradesh.

Food of Naggar

Naggar’s food isn’t particularly elaborate, and your options can become somewhat constrained. Here, you can discover little eateries that serve Himachali and North Indian food. One can visit neighbouring, more well-known towns for greater variety.

The basis of Himachali cuisine is quite straightforward, however it does contain some special treats that are nearly exclusively found in the state. Chapati, dals, vegetable gravy, and curd make up a basic meal. Sidu, Bhature, Patrodu, Vada, Sattu, Kodra Roti, Jatu (Red Rice), and other traditional foods are among the local delicacies.


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