Kailash Manimahesh - Bharmour to Bharmour Trek

Chamba

Himachal Pradesh, India
 Base Price
₹ 4999
 Duration
4 Days
StartPoint
Dharamshala
EndPoint
Dharamshala

Kailash Manimahesh Yatra - Bharmour
India has been long known as the most treasured heritage of religious and spiritual destinations that have proliferated globally and massively influenced people from all cultures. Manimahesh Lake, which is revered next to Lake Manasarovar in Tibet, is one such holistic perennial lake of glacial origin and located in the upper reaches of the Ghoi Nala, the tributary of Budhil river (known as Manimahesh Ganga) in Himachal Pradesh. This auspicious location is explored in the Kailash Manimahesh Trek. Experience a blissful walk through the valley of flowers and witness the wild medicinal herbs that can make anyone amused with the true brilliance of this pilgrimage. The location is generally silent in off-seasons, and the entire ambience becomes agile once pilgrims join in the fleeting celebrations during the month of monsoon. At this time, the natural beauty of the Manimahesh Lake is at its peak, and one can observe the beautiful sight of Mani on Manimahesh peak when the rays of the sun or moon fall over this gigantic peak and creates a warm silhouette of pure bliss.


During the Kailash Manimahesh Trek, it takes approximately half-an-hour to reach Manimahesh Lake from Bharmour, which is located at a distance of 27 km from the lake at the foot of the Manimahesh Kailash mountain. This mountain is popularly known as one of the abodes of Lord Shiva. To celebrate His auspicious grace, the glorious Manimahesh Yatra and a colossal Manimahesh Fair are annually conducted by the lake. The occasion continues until the end of September and brings forth some promising celebrations and massive gatherings. During the interval from Janmashthami to Radhasthami, a unique Yatra is conducted to harvest prayers and good wishes for Mother Nature, and bring peace, prosperity, and tranquillity to the entire humankind. It is believed that during the Manimahesh Yatra, Lord Shiva and his wife Devi Parvati take a holy bath in the Manimahesh Lake. To commemorate this occasion, thousands of devotees and pilgrims join the revelries and take a bath in the Manimahesh Lake too.


Several sacred places cross into your path once you travel towards Manimahesh Lake. At a gap of 6 km from Hadsar, there lies a place called Dhancho which is a renowned waterfall. Soon after, you approach Gauri Kund. To briefly explain the significance behind this name- Gauri is another name of Devi Parvati, the wife of Lord Shiva. This lake is named after her. People take a holy dip in this lake because it is widely believed that Devi Parvati used to take a bath in this magnificent lake. You reach the Shiva Kalotri spring after 1 km travel from Gauri Kund, which is said to have its origin in the gracious feet of Lord Shiva. Just a few steps ahead lie the fabled Manimahesh Lake which emerges as a circular water body with an enthralling appearance. There lies a roofless temple just opposite to the Manimahesh Lake which is grooved with several iron trinkets. The great tales say that it is a compulsory ritual to take a holy bath in the Brahmani’s pool which is situated just before the Manimahesh Lake. You also get a wonderful glimpse of Mani Dharshan during this blessed pilgrimage. All these locations are covered in the Kailash Manimahesh Trek.


There are two ways to do the Manimahesh Yatra- either by foot (hiking) or by helicopter ride. The significance behind this lake’s name is that Mani signifies jewel on the crown of Lord Shiva. The moon rays that reflect from this jewel can be observed from the Manimahesh Lake on a clear full-moon night, although climatic conditions make this situation rare. The likelihood is greater for reflected sunlight to be observed from the glacier that encompasses the peak, just like a serpent’s head on the powerful neck of Lord Shiva.


DARSHAN OF DIVYA JYOTI OR MANI DARSHAN


Early in the morning, when the heavenly light bursts from the peak of Manimahesh Kailash, you get to observe a Shivalinga which is considered as Mani Darshan. To witness this auspicious moment, numerous pilgrims stay over for the night at the Manimahesh Lake. In the early morning, the magnificent vision of golden Manimahesh Kailash is observed when the first rays of the Sun touch this colossal sacred mountain. The view truly touches the heart of all the pilgrims. Everyone conducts spiritual prayers during this breath-taking moment with their palms folded and facing the great Manimahesh Kailash.
It is not possible to halt at Manimahesh lake before 30th June because of snowy weather, chances of avalanches and harsh climatic conditions. The peak season for this Yatra starts from 2nd September on the sacred occasion of Krishna Janma Asthami and ends on 17th September on the occasion of Radha Asthami.

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Day 1 : Bharmour Arrival
Arrival & check in at homestay/standard hotel in Bharmour. Relax and later in the evening a short trek to Bharmani Temple (1 Hour one way). Bharmani temple is situated at the ridge and is 03 km trek from Bharmour. In evening return back to homestay.
Day 02: Bharmour – Hadsar – Manimahesh Lake
In the morning after breakfast, drive up to Hardsar and then further trek to Dancho. We will stop here for lunch. Later trek up to Manimahesh. The total trek is about 13 Kms which will take entire day. In the evening we will reach at Manimahesh lake from where we will have clear darshan of Manimahesh peak. Lake is located at the height of 3950 Meters. Overnight stay at camp in Manimahesh.
Day 03: Manimahesh Lake – Hadsar - Bharmour
Today we will do sacred bath at lake, later after pooja and darshan, we will have our breakfast at our camping site and trek back to Hadsar following same route. . Reaching Hadsar in the evening, we will take a taxi back to Bharmour. On arrival check in at same hotel/homestay.
Day 04 : Bharmour Departure
After breakfast the check out and depart back to your onwards destinations

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Cancellation Policy

  • No refund.if tour cancelled due to bad weather condition or things which are not in our hand.
  • If you wish to cancel the booking under 24 hours of operation, we will refund you 50% of amount.

Additional Notes

  • Trekker has to carry his own backpack. If someone wants porters, they may book with us in advance on an additional charges INR 1000 per day.

Inclusions

  • 02 nights at homestay or standard hotel in Bharmour
  • 01 nights at camping site during trek (please note; camping stays are very basic which are available there)
  • Meals included (all three meals included starting from dinner from day 01 to breakfast of day 08)
  • Sharing cab/taxi /car from beginning of trek and in the end of the trek to reach back to Bharmour
  • One local English speaking guide will accompanying the group throughout trek
  • Our guide will be carrying first aid kit with him

Exclusions

  • Risk cover, medical or insurance of any kind
  • Porter or pony charges (it can be paid extra), we will not carry your luggage.
  • Any train, bus or flight fare
  • Pathankot or Dharamshala to Bharmour sharing cab/taxi/car
  • Bharmour to Pathankot or Dharamshala sharing cab/taxi/car
  • GST

What to bring

  • Heavy wind chit, Jacket that should be water proof
  • Trekking suit & Cap. Goggle, Sun Glasses (Most required Item)
  • Sun stroke cream
  • A pair of warm socks, trekking shoe, torch, umbrella, light weight raincoat, personal medicine & warm inners

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