Date of Commencement: 14th Aug 2017 to 29th Aug 2017
Bharmour – Gourikund (oneway) – Rs 1490/-
Gourikund – Bharmour (oneway) – Rs 1490/-
Manimahesh Yatra 2014
|1||Bharmour – Manimahesh||Rs.3270/- ( One way)|
|2||Bharmour – Manimahesh – Bharmour||Rs.6540/-(To & Fro)|
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The name Manimahesh signifies a jewel (Mani) on Lord Shiva’s (Mahesh’s) crown. Local people claim that the moon-rays reflected from the jewel can be seen from Manimahesh Lake on clear full-moon nights (which are a rare occasion). It is more likely to be the light reflected from the glacier that adorns the peak, like a serpent on Shiva’s neck.
Manimahesh situated in the Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas, is a high altitude lake (el. 4080 m.). The Manimahesh Kailash peak that stands high close to the lake is believed to be the abode of Lord Shiva. This place is believed to be second to the Lake Manasarovar in its religious significance.
The route to Manimahesh is via Chamba, Himachal Pradesh, Bharmour and Hadsar. Motorable road goes till Hadsar. The rest of the path is to be covered on foot, about 13 km of steep climb by the banks of Manimahesh Ganga, which originates from the Manimahesh Kailash peak. In the month of August/September, the annual famous Yatra of Mani Mahesh commences from Laxmi Narayan Temple in Chamba. The CHHARI is taken to the scared lake of Mani Mahesh, which is one of the main tirath in the district. UTair India has been authorized by the Tourism Department; Government of H.P to operate regular helicopter services from Bharmour helipad to Manimahesh from 14th Aug 2017 to 29th Aug 2017