Sundernagar (Also spelt as Sundarnagar and Sunder nagar) is located in Mandi District. It used to be the Capital of Suket State and is hardly 22-24 km from Mandi (South-west of mandi) towards Shimla. The waters of Beas-Sutlej Project have given it a man-made lake. The temple of Mahamaya and Sukhdev Vatika on the nearby hill are other attractions. The beautiful town of Sundernagar is known for its shady walks amidst towering trees. Sunderngar owes a lot to BBMB, it was BSL Project which brought Sundernagar to its present glory. This project diverts the water of river Beas at Pandoh and brings it through a canal to Sundernagar where it is stored in a manmade lake before being used to generate power at Dehar Power House..
Mandi is a city and district in Himachal Pradesh, Beas river runs through the City. In past Mandi is known as “Mandav Nagar” and is the capital of princely state of Mandi, Himachal Pradesh. There are so many small and big temples here because of which it is also known as “Kashi of Hill” or “Choti Kashi”. Located in the north-west Himalayas (31°42’25″N 76°55’54″E) at an average altitude of 880 m. Mandi is a major commercial hub for entire district and is well connected with major cities of Himachal Pradesh and other states of India, connected to two national highways namely Mandi-Pathankot and Chandigarh-Manali, also act as a gateway to Kullu, Manali, Lahul & Spiti and Leh.
Rewalsar Lake, or Tso Pema Lotus Lake, is a mid-altitude lake located on a mountain spur in Mandi district, 22.5 km south-west from Mandi. Its elevation is about 1,360 m above sea level. The lake is shaped like a square with the shoreline of about 735 m. It is held as a sacred spot for Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhists alike. With water, woodland and high hills, it presents a variety of natural beauty. There are three Buddhist monasteries at Riwalsar. The lake also has three Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Krishna, Lord Shiva and to the sage Lomas. Another holy lake, Kunt Bhyog which is about 1,750 m above sea level lies above Rewalsar. It is associated with the escape of 'Pandavas' from the burning palace of wax—an episode from the epic Mahabharata.
Bhima Kali mata temple is located on the bank of Beas river on Mandi Pathankot National highway and very near to Beas Sadan. Kali Mata is the aspect of Durga Mata and is so widely worshiped in north eastern parts of India. Bhima kali temple is near to main Mandi Town or Mandi Bus stand and is within 1 km area from bus stand. Autos are easily available from bus stand and from town. If you want to reach by RAIL? The nearest railway stations for Mandi District are Joginder Nagar and Shimla, Chandigarh and Kalka which are connected by regular bus services.
Situated at a height of 3,334 Mtr. Kamrunag is known for the lake and the temple besides the lake. View of Dhauladhar Range and Balh Valley adds to the scenic beauty of the spot (JPG, 16 KB) where the lake and pent roof temple of Dev Kamrunag is surrounded by thick forests of deodar. As per tradition, Kamrunag is the King Yaksha of Mahabharta and was worshiped by Pandavas. There is a tradition of offering gold, silver and coins in the lake by devotees on the fulfillment of their wishes by Dev Kamrunag. It is not possible to estimate the quantity of gold ,silver and coins of other metal that lie at the bottom of the lake. For nature lovers, visit to Kamrunag is a visit to paradise. It takes 3 to 4 hours to complete the on foot journey from Rohanda to Kamrunag on a steep mountain path of about 6 Km.
Maa Jalpa Mandir is a temple situated on a hill top, the hill is approximately 500m high and is 7Kms away from the district place Rajgarh. The temple can be reached by local transportation, Govt / Pvt. transportation. The temple is said to be one of the most ancient temple of Rajgarh District, The Umat Clan Kings who were huge devotees of mataji built the temple. The temple has a huge lobby and a stautue of mata, along with the mata temple a small temple of Hanuman is build recently on the same hill by local authorities
Shikari Devi temple, situated at a height of 3359 m above sea level, is an old roofless temple on the Shikari Devi Peak. The temple is devoted to Goddess Shikari Devi and is surrounded by dense forests, wooded hills and snow covered mountains. The temple is close to a serai and a forest rest-house that provides accommodation to tourists. It is also the main base camp for trekking at the Shikari Devi Peak. If you are traveling via car from Sundernagar and your destination is Shikari Temple Rd then it would take approximately 1 hour(s) 57 min(s); for you to reach your destination.The road distance or driving distance between Sundernagar and Shikari Temple Rd is 78 kms (49.00 miles).
Prashar Lake lies 49 km north of Mandi, Himachal Pradesh, India, with a three storied pagoda-like temple dedicated to the sage Prashar. The lake is located at a height of 2730 m above sea level. With deep blue waters, the lake is held sacred to the sage Prashar and he is regarded to have meditated there. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks and looking down on the fast flowing river Beas, the lake can be approached via Drang. The temple was built in the thirteenth century and legend has it was built by a baby from a single tree. The lake has a floating island in it and it is said to be unclear how deep it is, with a diver not being able to determine its depth.
Manali is a Valley nestled in the mountains of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh near the northern end of the Kullu Valley, at an altitude of 2,050 m (6,726 ft) in the Beas River Valley. It is located in the Kullu district, about 270 km (168 mi) north of the state capital, Shimla. The small town, with a population of 8,096, is the beginning of an ancient trade route to Ladakh and from there over the Karakoram Pass on to Yarkand and Khotan in the Tarim Basin. It is a popular tourist destination and serves as the gateway to Lahaul & Spiti district as well as Leh.Manali is located at 32.2396 N, 77.1887 E, about 40 km (25 mi) north of Kullu town. The town ranges in elevation from 1,800 m (5,900 ft) to 2,000 m (6,600 ft) in the uppermost Old Manali section.