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Hidimba Devi Temple

Hadimba Temple Road, Manali, Manali Tehsil 175131, India
+91 88949 15059
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Hadimba Temple Road, Manali, Manali Tehsil 175131, India
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Reviewed today

It is beautiful old & well maintained wooden temple located in the midst of lovely pine forests. There is a Van Vihar just adjacent to it where you an roam around & enjoy natural beauty. There are yak rides available for kids & some shops...More

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Reviewed today

This temple is close to the main Manali town.There was Q for entering into the temple.It was informed that during tourist season Q will be there,otherwise one can come and visit.Temple is in the name of "Hidimba",wife of Bhim,one of Pandavs.Temple is made of wood...More

Thank myindia2015
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Reviewed yesterday

We visited this place in May 2018, coincidentally when the birthday of Hidimba Devi was being celebrated. Due to the celebration processions etc, the place was a bit crowded but we managed to get a place to sit outside on the benches provided. There were...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This temple famous for being dedicated to Bhim’s wife has amazing gardens attached with it that allow you to explore and rest at the same time. The pagoda type structure of the temple is unique but the most impressive thing is the climb that you...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Hidimba temple is one of the most beautiful place in Manali, temple is so Old but well maintained. In side of Temple nice and beautiful Gardens mainly Devdar trees. Nice place of Photography.. Prakash Sambare Satpur Nashik Maharashtra 9881469433

Thank PRAKASH S
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Reviewed 3 days ago

the temple is located in a dense Deodar forest, with some of the older trees' diameter so large that two people probably will not be able to hold hands around it.

Thank AUG1978
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Me and my 2 friends went to Manali and when we were coming down from gulaba we stopped for Hidimba Devi Temple. Crowd was huge that's why it was difficult to enter it but it was awesome.

Thank omram1541
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Historical temple built in 1573 surrounded by Pine trees which are atleast 100feet tall..have never seen such tall trees anywhere before in India. It is temple of Hidimba wife of Bheema from Mahabharata. Also there is a temple of Ghatotkacha son of Bheema and Hidimba....More

Thank Kaushal V
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

I visited this place during spring and that was a peak time. The place is near to Manali and it will included for one day local sightseeing tour taken from Manali. The speciality about this place is the nature, trees and tranquility that one could...More

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I went to Hidimba Devi Temple. Locally known as the Dhungiri temple, Hidimba Devi temple or Hadmiba temple, it is one of the most popular temples in Manali. The temple has a wooden doorway and the mud walls adorn stonework. It is great place to...More

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Pooja K
16 May 2018|
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Response from anujabedi | Reviewed this property |
No heavy woolens required...just light weight shawls would do
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Wahida A
11 May 2018|
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Response from raveena602 | Reviewed this property |
yes u can .. bt try to go on july 1st week
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Samad043
26 February 2018|
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Response from Brahmand T |
Hadimba Devi Temple is situated on the foot hills of himalayas,also Manali is gateway of Ladakh. This route is open from June till September so most of the tourists come during this period. However if you come to visit... More
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