Galu Devi mata temple dharamkot
Galu Devi Temple I went there in 2001. When you start from McLeodganj towards dharamkot, you will locate a pleasant charming sight. Before long you will reach Dharamkot, which is an tremendously decent place to be. You cross dharamkot and arrive at a stature of 2130 mts. also, wind up in an edge secured with high trees and slopes. A little safe haven of Galu Devi remains there. This is, where vehicles stop, and an passionate adventure of Triund begins. This time, we returned from Galu Devi, though I trust, that next time, I will reach Triund. Here are couple of pictures from this decent small place.
“This trek is not for the fearful” suggested Rohit grinning like a Cheshire cat over a cup of tea. Rohit, the owner of Rest-A-While cafe knows how to press our buttons. A trek that is unknown and difficult is just the thing we crave for.
It is 0800 hours and I am floating insecurely on the edge of the Galu Mata Temple watching sunlight spread across the hilltops. The summer sun goes from misty dawn to blinding fireball in a matter of seconds. It lights up the Kangra valley in cloudy blue hues, dispelling the mist that hangs over the valley. It is then that it transpires on me, I haven’t seen a view this splendid from any place close to Mcleodganj. Not unless, you count Himani Chamunda, which is much further east. Framed in the north by Dhauladhars, with their shiny snow covered passes and falling sharply into Kangra valley to the South, this Durga Temple rests on the edge of a green meadow. This is a place for seclusion seekers and introspection. I have the meadow to myself for the entire day. No tourists, no day trippers, no distractions. Galu Devi Temple This is what Triund should have been yet alas, it is not!