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Pangna-Karsog Valley

Pangana Fort, Mandi, India
+91 96000 17031
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Beautiful and historic

Pangna was a part of erstwhile Suket princely state, which was among the earliest to join... read more

Reviewed February 21, 2018
Rak990
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Bhopal, India
Carpet of greens - Karsog/Chindi

Spot for solitude it's 4-5 hrs drive thru virgin territory beyond simla via tattapani. We were... read more

Reviewed October 14, 2017
AakashYash
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New Delhi, India
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Pangana Fort, Mandi, India
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Reviewed February 21, 2018

Pangna was a part of erstwhile Suket princely state, which was among the earliest to join independent India.The valley was so secure that its kings had given it importance like a capital. The valley is largely unexplored and is a home of many ancient temples....More

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Reviewed October 14, 2017 via mobile

Spot for solitude it's 4-5 hrs drive thru virgin territory beyond simla via tattapani. We were fortunate to get half day snowfall even in March... Which carpeted entire valley and mountains. We stayed at HPTDC Mamleshwar at Chindi.. Small hamlet before Karsog famous for beautiful...More

2  Thank AakashYash
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Reviewed September 9, 2017

I went Karsog 3 or 4 times with my family..its beautiful place and having awesome nature views ..here are many temple and beautiful farm land surrounding by hills .It is barely 130 kms from Shimla .Karsog is mainly known for its heritage temples standing with...More

1  Thank IHimachali
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Reviewed July 11, 2017

WOW, I would like to recommend people to come and explore Himachal beyond Shimla and Manali. This is an unexploited Valley still far away from pollution and mindless construction activities. No luxuries available though.

1  Thank siddharthverma_1984
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Reviewed January 29, 2017

This an ancient fort surrounded by mountains and the view is nearly panoramic. The climate remains chilly through out the year which is obvious considering there are The Himalaya mountains nearby. A must visit place.

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Reviewed September 28, 2016

a nice valley when you proceed from Mandi to Karsog this valley will meet around 20 km before from Karsog. a nice place to take your lunch with a panoramic view of the historic Pangna Valley.

1  Thank Rohit T
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Reviewed June 17, 2015

Historically, Pangna was the first capital of Sen dynesty of Suket State and later shifted to present SunderNagar. The place have at present a hill architecture kila or a temple dedicated to princess of state. The place have PWD rest house to stay. Overall Karsog...More

2  Thank lkkapoor
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