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This is the only place in Shimla hills, if you want to see Shimla city just close to your eyes please visit this Tara Mata Temple. Amazing view drive in with ample parking space. I love to travel this place every year with my family...More
This is one of Shimla’s most-visited religious attractions. Situated at a distance of around 15 kilometres (around 45 minutes drive from Shimla railway station) from the city, the best way to hop across to the temple is via the Kalka-Shimla National Highway.
The Tara Devi...More
visit it if u wanna visit. nothing touristic here, yes the view is cool, but u can see the same view from many places. unless u have a specific agenda, no need to visit to see a temple. as it takes some time to drive...More
Situated on Shimla Kalka Highway , this Temple Of Ma Kali is Visited by over two hundred thousand devotees every year . Local people have immense faith and when you visit this temple , you come out with a wonderful feeling .
Amolak Rattan Kohli...More
We trekked up from the Train Station. It took us a little while but the forest path is really beautiful. It's a small trek , but it gets your appetite up. You can eat the Langar at the top, which is really really good. Then...More
Having visited this wonderful temple for the 2nd time in 4 years, can safely say that no other temple in the vicinity provides such awesome views of Shimla. It's at a hill top, close to Shoghi..Do not forget to visit the adjacent Shiva temple, which...More
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The railway station is Shogi. The temple is quite a walk from the station though. Local taxis will be expensive. But see if you can google a local taxi stand and schedule something. We trekked the mountain to go to the... More
The railway station is Shogi. The temple is quite a walk from the station though. Local taxis will be expensive. But see if you can google a local taxi stand and schedule something. We trekked the mountain to go to the temple and trekked down from the other side of the mountain to tara devi village. then we walked on the highway for a few kilometers till someone gave us a life till Shogi market.
Note: we had booked a homestay in Shogi, so we could trek both ways and walk back 50% of the way on the highway. so r case was different.
There are some local buses also that ply from Shogi main market to the temple. The trek by the road side uphill to the temple is also good; that is one option if you can trek on the road side. will be about 30 minute walk.
Hope this helps!