Open Time : 7:00 AM to 1:00 PM and 2:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Entry : free
Address : Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India
Website : https://kullumanali.org/vashisht-baths/
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Why to visit Vashisht Baths
Vashisht is located on the banks of the Beas River. It also has a temple dedicated to Vashisht Muni, a guru. Natural sulphur springs at Vashisht Temple are thought to contain several radioactive and particle metals that can treat a variety of skin conditions. These baths are quite well-known and were given their name in honour of Lord Rama's mentor, the fabled Sage Vashisht. You only need one dip to reenergize your body and spirit.
- The hot springs are thought to provide therapeutic benefits.
- Several skin conditions are purportedly cured by the springs.
- Many people visit the Vashisht baths to take a plunge and heal themselves of illnesses and skin ailments.
- Also, there are separate restrooms for men and women.
Distance: 3.5 Kms (From Manali Bus Station)
Transportation Options: Transportation to Vashisht Temple from Manali Bus Stand: Buses and cabs are readily available.
Timings: 7:00 AM to 1:00 PM and 2:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Best Time to Visit: May to June and September to November
FAQ on Vashisht Baths
What is the best time to visit Vashisht
Vashisht is best visited in the summer months before Monsoon when the snow on Rohtang Pass's higher peaks has not yet melted.
How to reach Vashisht Temple?
To get to Vashisht you must first travel to Manali. Manali is 3 kilometres away from Vashisht. Vashisht is easily accessible by foot or by taking a vehicle from Manali. Between Manali and Vashisht HRTC runs electronic tempo services for visitors and locals.
What does Manali's Vashisht temple represent?
This area is well-known for its sulfur-filled hot springs, which are blessed by three major temples built right next to the springs and dedicated to Lord Vashisht, Lord Shiva, and Lord Rama.
How far is Manali from the Vashisht Temple?
Three kilometres separate the Vashisht Temple from Manali's city centre.
Sweaters and other woollen clothing are sold at the majority of shops in Vashisht. There are good cafés and cafes all along the main street that serve local specialities. One of the nicest things to do in Vashisht is to sit and sip coffee while taking in the epic beauty of the place.
By Abhilasha Prasad
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