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Places to Visit
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Places to Visit
Baner Water Intake Site
Every turn climibing the Himalayas in Jiya Village brings something new, the ravines, the Gharats, the Kuhls and many more to surprise and astonish.
When Lord Vishnu cut up the body of Sati into 51 pieces so that Lord Shiva would calm down and stop his Tandava, the pieces were scattered over various places in the Indian subcontinent. It is said that the feet of Sati fell at this place and is thus considered one of the most important of the 51 Shakti Peeths. The temple dedicated to Mata Chintpurni Devi is located in District Una of Himachal Pradesh and is at a distance of 85 km from the resort.
Shree Himani Chamunda Temple
This temple is located around 5 km from The Citadel Resorts ,Jiya on the right bank of river Baner on the Mandi-Pathankot highway. According to mythology, Goddess Kali killed the demons Chand and Mund at this place.
Dharamshala Cricket Stadium
Dharamshala Cricket Stadium (DCS) is a cricket stadium of international reputation, which serves as the home ground to the Himachal Pradesh state cricket team and also for the IPL team Kings XI Punjab to a limited extent. By virtue of its natural backdrop, it is one of the most attractive cricket stadiums in India. In addition to Ranji matches, some international matches are also held here.
Situated at a distance of 24 km from the resort, Norbulinka Institute has a mission to preserve and promote. It is a picture of old rural Tibet with all its shady paths, wooden bridges, small streams and tiny water falls, along with wooden carvings, Tibetan Thangka paintings, Tibetan handicrafts and arts. The setting of the institute makes it look paradisiacal.
At a distance of 32 km from the resort, the Shiva temple at Baijnath is one of the most remarkable monuments of the Kangra valley.
Masroor Rock Cut Temple
32 km from Kangra on Nagrota Surian link road and is famous for remarkable group of rock cut temples. They form a group of 15 monolithic rock cut temples in the Indo Aryan style and are richly carved.These richly ornamented cave temples are the only rock shrines in the northern part of India.
At a distance of approx. 20 km from the resort, the Kangra Fort was built by the Royal family of Kangra (The Katoch Dynasty), which traces its origins to the ancient Trigarta Kingdom, mentioned in the Mahabharata epic. It is the largest fort in the Himalayas and probably the oldest dated fort in India.
Paragliding at Bir - Billing
Situated at a height of approx. 7500 ft Bir-Billing is a International Level Paragliding site near Palampur.
Palampur Tea Garden