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Bhagsu Nag - Himachal
Himachal pradesh is best place to enjoy for nature lovers as it is similar to paradise that is situated in the North India. From April to January himachal is crowded with all national and international visitors. Here you visit different monuments, palaces, temples and monasteries. Himachal pradesh is also named as Fruit bowl of India that attracts the eyes of everyone. Wide variety of fruits are grown here. It offers magnificent and spacious views of mountains, as from north side, Jammu and kashmir lies. Don't forget to see the golden Valleys, deep gorges, misty woods, water streams and forest. Strolling down the markets of Himachal will take to the another world which is full of art, craft and talented people. Tibetan carpet, bamboo baskets and antique jewellery is famous here. On the the crowded and supernatural Dev Bhoomi land of India is Himachal. You can see stone building, hindu Manu Temple and apple orchard in the Old Manali. Famous hill stations after Shimla is Dalhousie which is spreaded at least on the 5 hills, it also offers best panoramic view which peaceful surroundings. 
 
Shimla is another hill station which many point of interest like The Ridge, Mall Road, Christ Church, Jakhoo and Summer Hill. Himachal Pradesh has many hill stations which are very popular to offer a cool atmosphere even during summer season. People from all over India and from other countries visit Himachal with their families. There are so many places to visit in Himachal. These places offer the best environment to enjoy summer time in Himachal. One of the must visit places in Himachal is Bhagsu village. Here you will find the Bhagsu Nag. Here we will be talking about places to visit in Himachal- Bhagsu Nag.
 
 
Places to visit in Himachal-Bhagsu Nag:
 
Bhagsu Nag is a very holy Hindu temple situated 2 kms away from Mcleodganj. It is an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to Bhagsu Nag which is also known as the snake god. This temple is also dedicated to Lord Shiva. You will find a fresh water spring in the temple where all the pilgrims take holy dips to purify themselves. Near the temple, you will also find a waterfall known as the Bhagsu waterfall which is visited by all the pilgrims. It is just a 20 minutes walk from the temple. The temple of Bhagsu Nag is located in the Bhagsu village. 
 
The area of Bhagsu and Dharamkot are inhibited mainly by the Gaddi tribe which is a shepherd tribe. The town of Bhagsu is situated at a distance of 12 kms from Dharamshala, a very prominent tourist destination. The Bhagsu waterfall is a wonderful place to visit for every tourist. This waterfall is exactly located at Bhagsu which you known is 2 km from McLeodganj. It can be found just behind the Bhagsunag Temple. During Monsoon, this fall gets converted into a 30 feet cascade alongside a mountain and looks like an art piece made out of slate. This type of view provided by this waterfall is because of the rich deposits of slate in the surroundings. Tourists can enjoy swimming and the water is cold which is most favourable during summer season. The best time to visit this place is around October. You will find warm sunny days and will enjoy pleasant nights during this time of the year. The nearest airport to this Nag is the Gaggal airport which is 12 kms away from the temple. 

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