Serenity reverberates from every corner of Himachal. Whether you sit and meditate next to a lake, take an introspective walk along a forest trail, surrender to the might of nature as you stand before the immense glaciers and mountains or take a dip in the rivers, you will be enthralled by the sheer tranquillity that abounds in the region. With so much to offer, it comes as no surprise that tourists from around the globe flock here some seek religious fulfilment and others in search of spiritual wellbeing.
There are majestic Hindu temples like the Bajreshwari Devi, Chamunda Devi, Jwala Ji, Chintpurni Devi, Naina Devi, Shiva temple, Lakshmi Narayan temple and Bijli Mahadev; sacred Gurudwaras like Paonta Sahib, Manikarn Sahib and Rewalsar Sahib; Churches like the Christ Church in Shimla, St. John’s Church in the Wilderness and St. Francis Church and Buddhist Monasteries such as the Guru Ghantal Monastery, Kye Monastery, Dhankar Monastery, Tabo Monastery and Nako Monastery. With such diversity abounding, Himachal is a truly unifying hub for all religions.