Top place to visit in Dharamsala:
Located at the height of 1457m, it is one of the highest sports grounds in the world. The maginificent natural backdrop and the cool winds constantly drifting across the grounds offer a sensory experience like no other. With a view comparable to the Adelaide Oval or Newlands, this stadium competes with the best in terms of its magnificence.
This neo-gothic church was built in 1852 and it is one of the most important churches in Himachal Pradesh. It was build in dedication to John the Baptist.
Seating ideally in the forests of the hill town, it was created to commemorate the memory of those who fought for saving India. During the Indo-China War of 1947-48, 1962, 1965, 1971 and the UN Peace operations, many brave soldiers of Kangra lost their lives as war heroes, and the War Memorial, made of 3 huge panels of black stone (each 24 feet high), preserve their memory in stone.
This lake got its name from Kashmir Dal Lake and it is surrounded by lush green Deodar forest at a height of 1775m. There is a temple located around the banks of the lake which makes it a sacred spot.
The smallest tea region of India, Dharamsala has beautifully lined and organized tea gardens across the Kangra Valley. It is known for its good quality tea.
A perfect place to know about the tibetan culture, it has a collection of brilliant forms of Tibetan Art, which include history documents, pottery, handicrafts, paintings...
It is a politico-religious centre in Dharamsala. Ideal for peaceful meditation and religious rumination, the temple is full of lamas at all points of the day chanting on prayer wheels or beads.
It is dedicated to the brilliant marvels of Tibetan and Buddhist artwork and their rich history. Among the large variety of its precious collectibles are jewelry, rare coin memorabilia, paintings, sculptures and pottery.