I visited Manali, as a part of school trip in October 2019. It was a wonderful experience. Even though, we didn’t witnessed snow, but the aura and vibes of cool breeze and clear blue sky is unforgettable. I’ll surely visit this beautiful place soon again and explore it to the fullest! Always defining the true meaning of beauty! Mother Nature is truly truly awesome! 💚

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  1. A quick stop at the Museum of Himachal Culture and Folk Art is recommended for those who want a glimpse into the traditions and rich local heritage of the region. Some of the exhibits here include a collection of masks used in festival dances, traditional garments, and musical instruments. Established in 1998, this small yet culturally rich place also has models of ancient houses and temples. Located on the iconic Spiti highway at an altitude of 2500 meters, Kothi is a charming hamlet in the mountains that is renowned for its scenic setting and the majestic views it offers of the snow-capped peaks and glaciers. It is at the foothills of Rohtang Pass and the terrain is sculpted by the Beas which flows through this part of the region. The village is also a perfect spot for camping, especially if you are planning to explore Rohtang Pass on foot. The village also has a temple dedicated to Goddess Shuwang Chandika.

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