The festival of lights, Diwali, is celebrated across the country. This festival will be celebrated simultaneously on 4th of November all over the world. According to the Sanatan religious texts, on the new moon day in the month of Kartik, Maryada Purshottam Lord Shri Ram returned to Ayodhya after spending 14 years in exile, then the Lord was honored by lighting a lamp on his arrival. It is customary to celebrate the festival of Diwali since the Treta period. Fifteen days after this, Dev Diwali is celebrated. On this day the gods and goddesses come to the earth to celebrate Diwali. Winter begins in this month. For this the month of Kartik has special significance. People travel across the country to celebrate Diwali on Diwali. If you are also planning to visit Diwali, then visit these places including Manali. Come, let’s know everything about it-
Go to manali
Manali is famous all over the world for its beauty. This beautiful city is located in Himachal Pradesh. The altitude of Manali is 1,950 meters above sea level. The city is situated on the banks of the Beas River. Shimla to Manali distance is 270 kms. Manali is said to be the gateway of Spiti and Leh. This is the perfect destination for Diwali celebration. You can make Diwali memorable by visiting Manali.
Go to kullu
You can visit Kullu for Diwali celebrations. Kullu is the center of attraction for tourists. Kullu is famous all over the world for Dussehra celebration. It is also known for the occurrence of cloudburst. This city is very beautiful. Its altitude is 1700 meters above sea level. You can visit holy places like Bijli Mahadev, Naggar and Manikarn in Kullu. The distance from Manali to Kullu is just 40 kms.
Bir-Billing is a Village in Joginder Nagar in Kangra District of Himachal Pradesh. This village is known for paragliding. Here you can also enjoy SKYDIVING. Paragliding Olympics has been organized in Bir-Billing. For this this destination is famous all over the world. The distance from Manali to Bir-Billing is just 180 kms. You must visit these places of Himachal Pradesh on the occasion of Diwali.