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Kullu Valley is a broad valley in the Himachal Pradesh state in North India, formed by the Beas River between Manali and Largi.
This valley is famous for its temples, culture, tradition, nature, snowfall, cool weather, beauty, and majestic hills covered with pine and deodar forest and apple orchards.

The Beas River flows gracefully through the valley, adding to its charm. The valley is dotted with apple orchards, terraced fields, and quaint villages that exude a rustic charm. Trekking enthusiasts can explore the nearby hills and trails, while adventure seekers can indulge in thrilling activities like river rafting, paragliding, and skiing in the winter months.

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     I belong to Kullu - the valley of Gods also known as 'Dev Bhoomi'. Kullu-Manali is famous for its celestial beauty, Apple orchards, temples, and like all other states, Himachal Pradesh is also an integral part of India, its environment, environment, deodar and pine trees, apple orchards/farms, rivers, snowy mountains, and the snow falling every year makes it different from other states.
  In August month heavy rain, flooding, and clouds burst to cause the landslide, and more than a dozen bridges were damaged, details and pictures can be seen here.
Kullu is one of the best tourist destinations in the Himachal state of North India. You can book family or honeymoon packages online.

View from Simsa village near Ranghadi.

The above photo is showing a view from Simsa village in Manali after rainfall last night. Simsa village - a small village located at a distance of 5 kilometers from Manali. There are lots of apples and dense orchards here and every year a large number of apples are exported from here and the hotels here are filled with tourists every year.

Photo: Collecting Wooden sticks for Tandoor in winter season:

   How to reach Simsa village: From Manali to Kullu via NH-21 drive just 2 kilometers then take a right turn from Rangri to Kanyal road and drive kilometers and you will reach your destination. From here you will have a beautiful Mountain view. Instead of booking a Hotel in Manali, my suggestion for you is to book a hotel here in Simsa but if the snowfall is expected on the day when you are coming here then it is good to book a hotel near NH-21 in Manali towards Kullu. The reason is that during the winter season due to the unpredictable weather of Kullu-Manali roads may get blocked due to snowfall or landslide you might get stuck somewhere in the middle and you might not be able to reach your booked Hotel.

Lifestyle - Villager's life in Kullu.

Village Life in Kullu: A Glimpse into Himachal's Rural Charm

It's not just about stunning landscapes and adventure tourism, it is also home to vibrant villages that embody the essence of rural life in Himachal Pradesh. The villages of Kullu offer a fascinating glimpse into a way of life deeply rooted in nature, tradition, and community.

Life in the Kullu villages revolves around agriculture, with villagers primarily engaged in farming activities. The terraced fields adorn the hillsides, where farmers cultivate crops like rice, maize, and apples. The farming practices here often follow organic and traditional methods, preserving the region's rich agricultural heritage.

Community spirit is a vital aspect of village life in Kullu. The villagers participate in various collective activities, such as temple festivals, local fairs, and traditional dances. These events provide opportunities for social bonding, celebration, and the preservation of cultural traditions.

The simplicity and hospitality of the villagers are noteworthy. Visitors are often welcomed with warm smiles and open hearts. Many villagers open up their homes to tourists, offering homestay experiences where one can witness and participate in daily chores, taste local cuisine, and gain insights into the village lifestyle.

The natural surroundings of the villages in Kullu are a constant source of inspiration and tranquility. The villagers deeply appreciate and respect the mountains, rivers, and forests that sustain them. They have a strong connection with nature, which is reflected in their sustainable practices and efforts towards environmental conservation.

Despite modern influences, the villages of Kullu have managed to retain their authentic charm. Traditional wooden houses with intricate carvings dot the landscape, while ancient temples stand as testimonies to the spiritual beliefs of the villagers.

Visiting the villages of Kullu offers an opportunity to step away from the bustling cities and immerse oneself in the simplicity and harmony of rural life. It's a chance to witness the resilience, warmth, and contentment that can be found in the lap of nature. For those seeking an authentic cultural experience and a deeper connection with Himachal's soul, the villages of Kullu are an enchanting destination to explore.
Rohtang pass trek : In summer season rohtang pass trek is one of the best trek in Kullu-Manali.

Tips for tourists coming here:

   Travel to Kullu Manali from Delhi: Volvo buses of HRTC are the best options, if you don't want to drive your own car or hire cab.

The name - Kullu is derived from the word "Kulant Peeth", meaning "End of the habitable world".

How far is Manali from Kullu?

The distance between Kullu and Manali is 40 km by road.
   Article Name     View from Simsa village in Manali
   Description        Simsa Village is near Manali. 5 km away from Mall Road. Famous for apple orchards, hotels, and cottages.
   Publisher Name  TravellingPhone
The beauty of the culture of Himachal Pradesh lies in its simplicity.

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