A Walk down to Panchpula from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

Panchpula is a nice picnic spot near Dalhousie town and its around 3.5 km from Gandhi Chowk. Its a nice place to spend some time in early evening time... There are some waterfalls, water-streams, tea stalls etc.. Check these photographs with few details about the place...

A Walk down to Panchpula from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA : Posted by VJ SHARMA at www.travellingcamera.com : Panchpula is a nice picnic spot near Dalhousie town and its around 3.5 km from Gandhi Chowk. Its a nice place to spend some time in early evening time... There are some waterfalls, water-streams, tea stalls etc.. Check these photographs with few details about the place...There is a monument at Panchpula where several streams meet at one point.... These streams flow down from various hills which get snowfall in various times of the year...This monument is a samadhi which was built in memory of great revolutionary Sardar Ajit Singh who breathed his last in Panchpula... Please read above board to get more information about it...Here is a view of some villages around Dalhousie... This has been shot from the road which takes us to Panchpula from Dalhousie... when we visited the place, we decided to walk down to Panchpula... We were very excited to reach there and see waterfalls but it was bad time when we visited Panchpula... There was very less water there and place was flooded with lot many tourists...On the way to Panchpula is Sahasrdhara springs with refreshing water which is believed to contain some medicinal properties...Me sitting on rocks on a small Trek which starts from Panchpula and connects to Dainkund...Here is one of the waterfall on the trek from Panchpula to a green meadow on hill top...Panchpula stream is the main source of water supply to Dalhousie region...There are lot many treks around Panchpula and many more water streams with refreshing water... I have seen to Dalhousie many times but never had chance to explore these treks...The stream springs from the north side of DayanKund and runs down to the waterworks of Panchpula....There is a series of waterfalls near Panchpula but don't blame me in case you don't see much water there...Here is one shot near main waterfall @ Panchpula ... Many tourists come here to enjoy but never think about preserving the natural richness of these places by keeping them clean...There is a Tourism restaurant and several chai shops in Panchpula which offer hot and cold beverages and snacks... 


There is a monument at Panchpula where several streams meet at one point.... These streams flow down from various hills which get snowfall in various times of the year...

A Walk down to Panchpula from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA : Posted by VJ SHARMA at www.travellingcamera.com : Panchpula is a nice picnic spot near Dalhousie town and its around 3.5 km from Gandhi Chowk. Its a nice place to spend some time in early evening time... There are some waterfalls, water-streams, tea stalls etc.. Check these photographs with few details about the place...There is a monument at Panchpula where several streams meet at one point.... These streams flow down from various hills which get snowfall in various times of the year...This monument is a samadhi which was built in memory of great revolutionary Sardar Ajit Singh who breathed his last in Panchpula... Please read above board to get more information about it...Here is a view of some villages around Dalhousie... This has been shot from the road which takes us to Panchpula from Dalhousie... when we visited the place, we decided to walk down to Panchpula... We were very excited to reach there and see waterfalls but it was bad time when we visited Panchpula... There was very less water there and place was flooded with lot many tourists...On the way to Panchpula is Sahasrdhara springs with refreshing water which is believed to contain some medicinal properties...Me sitting on rocks on a small Trek which starts from Panchpula and connects to Dainkund...Here is one of the waterfall on the trek from Panchpula to a green meadow on hill top...Panchpula stream is the main source of water supply to Dalhousie region...There are lot many treks around Panchpula and many more water streams with refreshing water... I have seen to Dalhousie many times but never had chance to explore these treks...The stream springs from the north side of DayanKund and runs down to the waterworks of Panchpula....There is a series of waterfalls near Panchpula but don't blame me in case you don't see much water there...Here is one shot near main waterfall @ Panchpula ... Many tourists come here to enjoy but never think about preserving the natural richness of these places by keeping them clean...There is a Tourism restaurant and several chai shops in Panchpula which offer hot and cold beverages and snacks... 

This monument is a samadhi which was built in memory of great revolutionary Sardar Ajit Singh who breathed his last in Panchpula... Please read above board to get more information about it...

A Walk down to Panchpula from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA : Posted by VJ SHARMA at www.travellingcamera.com : Panchpula is a nice picnic spot near Dalhousie town and its around 3.5 km from Gandhi Chowk. Its a nice place to spend some time in early evening time... There are some waterfalls, water-streams, tea stalls etc.. Check these photographs with few details about the place...There is a monument at Panchpula where several streams meet at one point.... These streams flow down from various hills which get snowfall in various times of the year...This monument is a samadhi which was built in memory of great revolutionary Sardar Ajit Singh who breathed his last in Panchpula... Please read above board to get more information about it...Here is a view of some villages around Dalhousie... This has been shot from the road which takes us to Panchpula from Dalhousie... when we visited the place, we decided to walk down to Panchpula... We were very excited to reach there and see waterfalls but it was bad time when we visited Panchpula... There was very less water there and place was flooded with lot many tourists...On the way to Panchpula is Sahasrdhara springs with refreshing water which is believed to contain some medicinal properties...Me sitting on rocks on a small Trek which starts from Panchpula and connects to Dainkund...Here is one of the waterfall on the trek from Panchpula to a green meadow on hill top...Panchpula stream is the main source of water supply to Dalhousie region...There are lot many treks around Panchpula and many more water streams with refreshing water... I have seen to Dalhousie many times but never had chance to explore these treks...The stream springs from the north side of DayanKund and runs down to the waterworks of Panchpula....There is a series of waterfalls near Panchpula but don't blame me in case you don't see much water there...Here is one shot near main waterfall @ Panchpula ... Many tourists come here to enjoy but never think about preserving the natural richness of these places by keeping them clean...There is a Tourism restaurant and several chai shops in Panchpula which offer hot and cold beverages and snacks... 
Here is a view of some villages around Dalhousie... This has been shot from the road which takes us to Panchpula from Dalhousie... when we visited the place, we decided to walk down to Panchpula... We were very excited to reach there and see waterfalls but it was bad time when we visited Panchpula... There was very less water there and place was flooded with lot many tourists...

A Walk down to Panchpula from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA : Posted by VJ SHARMA at www.travellingcamera.com : Panchpula is a nice picnic spot near Dalhousie town and its around 3.5 km from Gandhi Chowk. Its a nice place to spend some time in early evening time... There are some waterfalls, water-streams, tea stalls etc.. Check these photographs with few details about the place...There is a monument at Panchpula where several streams meet at one point.... These streams flow down from various hills which get snowfall in various times of the year...This monument is a samadhi which was built in memory of great revolutionary Sardar Ajit Singh who breathed his last in Panchpula... Please read above board to get more information about it...Here is a view of some villages around Dalhousie... This has been shot from the road which takes us to Panchpula from Dalhousie... when we visited the place, we decided to walk down to Panchpula... We were very excited to reach there and see waterfalls but it was bad time when we visited Panchpula... There was very less water there and place was flooded with lot many tourists...On the way to Panchpula is Sahasrdhara springs with refreshing water which is believed to contain some medicinal properties...Me sitting on rocks on a small Trek which starts from Panchpula and connects to Dainkund...Here is one of the waterfall on the trek from Panchpula to a green meadow on hill top...Panchpula stream is the main source of water supply to Dalhousie region...There are lot many treks around Panchpula and many more water streams with refreshing water... I have seen to Dalhousie many times but never had chance to explore these treks...The stream springs from the north side of DayanKund and runs down to the waterworks of Panchpula....There is a series of waterfalls near Panchpula but don't blame me in case you don't see much water there...Here is one shot near main waterfall @ Panchpula ... Many tourists come here to enjoy but never think about preserving the natural richness of these places by keeping them clean...There is a Tourism restaurant and several chai shops in Panchpula which offer hot and cold beverages and snacks... 

On the way to Panchpula is Sahasrdhara springs with refreshing water which is believed to contain some medicinal properties...

A Walk down to Panchpula from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA : Posted by VJ SHARMA at www.travellingcamera.com : Panchpula is a nice picnic spot near Dalhousie town and its around 3.5 km from Gandhi Chowk. Its a nice place to spend some time in early evening time... There are some waterfalls, water-streams, tea stalls etc.. Check these photographs with few details about the place...There is a monument at Panchpula where several streams meet at one point.... These streams flow down from various hills which get snowfall in various times of the year...This monument is a samadhi which was built in memory of great revolutionary Sardar Ajit Singh who breathed his last in Panchpula... Please read above board to get more information about it...Here is a view of some villages around Dalhousie... This has been shot from the road which takes us to Panchpula from Dalhousie... when we visited the place, we decided to walk down to Panchpula... We were very excited to reach there and see waterfalls but it was bad time when we visited Panchpula... There was very less water there and place was flooded with lot many tourists...On the way to Panchpula is Sahasrdhara springs with refreshing water which is believed to contain some medicinal properties...Me sitting on rocks on a small Trek which starts from Panchpula and connects to Dainkund...Here is one of the waterfall on the trek from Panchpula to a green meadow on hill top...Panchpula stream is the main source of water supply to Dalhousie region...There are lot many treks around Panchpula and many more water streams with refreshing water... I have seen to Dalhousie many times but never had chance to explore these treks...The stream springs from the north side of DayanKund and runs down to the waterworks of Panchpula....There is a series of waterfalls near Panchpula but don't blame me in case you don't see much water there...Here is one shot near main waterfall @ Panchpula ... Many tourists come here to enjoy but never think about preserving the natural richness of these places by keeping them clean...There is a Tourism restaurant and several chai shops in Panchpula which offer hot and cold beverages and snacks... 

Me sitting on rocks on a small Trek which starts from Panchpula and connects to Dainkund...

A Walk down to Panchpula from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA : Posted by VJ SHARMA at www.travellingcamera.com : Panchpula is a nice picnic spot near Dalhousie town and its around 3.5 km from Gandhi Chowk. Its a nice place to spend some time in early evening time... There are some waterfalls, water-streams, tea stalls etc.. Check these photographs with few details about the place...There is a monument at Panchpula where several streams meet at one point.... These streams flow down from various hills which get snowfall in various times of the year...This monument is a samadhi which was built in memory of great revolutionary Sardar Ajit Singh who breathed his last in Panchpula... Please read above board to get more information about it...Here is a view of some villages around Dalhousie... This has been shot from the road which takes us to Panchpula from Dalhousie... when we visited the place, we decided to walk down to Panchpula... We were very excited to reach there and see waterfalls but it was bad time when we visited Panchpula... There was very less water there and place was flooded with lot many tourists...On the way to Panchpula is Sahasrdhara springs with refreshing water which is believed to contain some medicinal properties...Me sitting on rocks on a small Trek which starts from Panchpula and connects to Dainkund...Here is one of the waterfall on the trek from Panchpula to a green meadow on hill top...Panchpula stream is the main source of water supply to Dalhousie region...There are lot many treks around Panchpula and many more water streams with refreshing water... I have seen to Dalhousie many times but never had chance to explore these treks...The stream springs from the north side of DayanKund and runs down to the waterworks of Panchpula....There is a series of waterfalls near Panchpula but don't blame me in case you don't see much water there...Here is one shot near main waterfall @ Panchpula ... Many tourists come here to enjoy but never think about preserving the natural richness of these places by keeping them clean...There is a Tourism restaurant and several chai shops in Panchpula which offer hot and cold beverages and snacks... 

Here is one of the waterfall on the trek from Panchpula to a green meadow on hill top...

A Walk down to Panchpula from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA : Posted by VJ SHARMA at www.travellingcamera.com : Panchpula is a nice picnic spot near Dalhousie town and its around 3.5 km from Gandhi Chowk. Its a nice place to spend some time in early evening time... There are some waterfalls, water-streams, tea stalls etc.. Check these photographs with few details about the place...There is a monument at Panchpula where several streams meet at one point.... These streams flow down from various hills which get snowfall in various times of the year...This monument is a samadhi which was built in memory of great revolutionary Sardar Ajit Singh who breathed his last in Panchpula... Please read above board to get more information about it...Here is a view of some villages around Dalhousie... This has been shot from the road which takes us to Panchpula from Dalhousie... when we visited the place, we decided to walk down to Panchpula... We were very excited to reach there and see waterfalls but it was bad time when we visited Panchpula... There was very less water there and place was flooded with lot many tourists...On the way to Panchpula is Sahasrdhara springs with refreshing water which is believed to contain some medicinal properties...Me sitting on rocks on a small Trek which starts from Panchpula and connects to Dainkund...Here is one of the waterfall on the trek from Panchpula to a green meadow on hill top...Panchpula stream is the main source of water supply to Dalhousie region...There are lot many treks around Panchpula and many more water streams with refreshing water... I have seen to Dalhousie many times but never had chance to explore these treks...The stream springs from the north side of DayanKund and runs down to the waterworks of Panchpula....There is a series of waterfalls near Panchpula but don't blame me in case you don't see much water there...Here is one shot near main waterfall @ Panchpula ... Many tourists come here to enjoy but never think about preserving the natural richness of these places by keeping them clean...There is a Tourism restaurant and several chai shops in Panchpula which offer hot and cold beverages and snacks... 
Panchpula stream is the main source of water supply to Dalhousie region...

A Walk down to Panchpula from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA : Posted by VJ SHARMA at www.travellingcamera.com : Panchpula is a nice picnic spot near Dalhousie town and its around 3.5 km from Gandhi Chowk. Its a nice place to spend some time in early evening time... There are some waterfalls, water-streams, tea stalls etc.. Check these photographs with few details about the place...There is a monument at Panchpula where several streams meet at one point.... These streams flow down from various hills which get snowfall in various times of the year...This monument is a samadhi which was built in memory of great revolutionary Sardar Ajit Singh who breathed his last in Panchpula... Please read above board to get more information about it...Here is a view of some villages around Dalhousie... This has been shot from the road which takes us to Panchpula from Dalhousie... when we visited the place, we decided to walk down to Panchpula... We were very excited to reach there and see waterfalls but it was bad time when we visited Panchpula... There was very less water there and place was flooded with lot many tourists...On the way to Panchpula is Sahasrdhara springs with refreshing water which is believed to contain some medicinal properties...Me sitting on rocks on a small Trek which starts from Panchpula and connects to Dainkund...Here is one of the waterfall on the trek from Panchpula to a green meadow on hill top...Panchpula stream is the main source of water supply to Dalhousie region...There are lot many treks around Panchpula and many more water streams with refreshing water... I have seen to Dalhousie many times but never had chance to explore these treks...The stream springs from the north side of DayanKund and runs down to the waterworks of Panchpula....There is a series of waterfalls near Panchpula but don't blame me in case you don't see much water there...Here is one shot near main waterfall @ Panchpula ... Many tourists come here to enjoy but never think about preserving the natural richness of these places by keeping them clean...There is a Tourism restaurant and several chai shops in Panchpula which offer hot and cold beverages and snacks... 
There are lot many treks around Panchpula and many more water streams with refreshing water... I have seen to Dalhousie many times but never had chance to explore these treks...

A Walk down to Panchpula from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA : Posted by VJ SHARMA at www.travellingcamera.com : Panchpula is a nice picnic spot near Dalhousie town and its around 3.5 km from Gandhi Chowk. Its a nice place to spend some time in early evening time... There are some waterfalls, water-streams, tea stalls etc.. Check these photographs with few details about the place...There is a monument at Panchpula where several streams meet at one point.... These streams flow down from various hills which get snowfall in various times of the year...This monument is a samadhi which was built in memory of great revolutionary Sardar Ajit Singh who breathed his last in Panchpula... Please read above board to get more information about it...Here is a view of some villages around Dalhousie... This has been shot from the road which takes us to Panchpula from Dalhousie... when we visited the place, we decided to walk down to Panchpula... We were very excited to reach there and see waterfalls but it was bad time when we visited Panchpula... There was very less water there and place was flooded with lot many tourists...On the way to Panchpula is Sahasrdhara springs with refreshing water which is believed to contain some medicinal properties...Me sitting on rocks on a small Trek which starts from Panchpula and connects to Dainkund...Here is one of the waterfall on the trek from Panchpula to a green meadow on hill top...Panchpula stream is the main source of water supply to Dalhousie region...There are lot many treks around Panchpula and many more water streams with refreshing water... I have seen to Dalhousie many times but never had chance to explore these treks...The stream springs from the north side of DayanKund and runs down to the waterworks of Panchpula....There is a series of waterfalls near Panchpula but don't blame me in case you don't see much water there...Here is one shot near main waterfall @ Panchpula ... Many tourists come here to enjoy but never think about preserving the natural richness of these places by keeping them clean...There is a Tourism restaurant and several chai shops in Panchpula which offer hot and cold beverages and snacks... 

The stream springs from the north side of DayanKund and runs down to the waterworks of Panchpula....

A Walk down to Panchpula from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA : Posted by VJ SHARMA at www.travellingcamera.com : Panchpula is a nice picnic spot near Dalhousie town and its around 3.5 km from Gandhi Chowk. Its a nice place to spend some time in early evening time... There are some waterfalls, water-streams, tea stalls etc.. Check these photographs with few details about the place...There is a monument at Panchpula where several streams meet at one point.... These streams flow down from various hills which get snowfall in various times of the year...This monument is a samadhi which was built in memory of great revolutionary Sardar Ajit Singh who breathed his last in Panchpula... Please read above board to get more information about it...Here is a view of some villages around Dalhousie... This has been shot from the road which takes us to Panchpula from Dalhousie... when we visited the place, we decided to walk down to Panchpula... We were very excited to reach there and see waterfalls but it was bad time when we visited Panchpula... There was very less water there and place was flooded with lot many tourists...On the way to Panchpula is Sahasrdhara springs with refreshing water which is believed to contain some medicinal properties...Me sitting on rocks on a small Trek which starts from Panchpula and connects to Dainkund...Here is one of the waterfall on the trek from Panchpula to a green meadow on hill top...Panchpula stream is the main source of water supply to Dalhousie region...There are lot many treks around Panchpula and many more water streams with refreshing water... I have seen to Dalhousie many times but never had chance to explore these treks...The stream springs from the north side of DayanKund and runs down to the waterworks of Panchpula....There is a series of waterfalls near Panchpula but don't blame me in case you don't see much water there...Here is one shot near main waterfall @ Panchpula ... Many tourists come here to enjoy but never think about preserving the natural richness of these places by keeping them clean...There is a Tourism restaurant and several chai shops in Panchpula which offer hot and cold beverages and snacks... 

There is a series of waterfalls near Panchpula but don't blame me in case you don't see much water there...

A Walk down to Panchpula from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA : Posted by VJ SHARMA at www.travellingcamera.com : Panchpula is a nice picnic spot near Dalhousie town and its around 3.5 km from Gandhi Chowk. Its a nice place to spend some time in early evening time... There are some waterfalls, water-streams, tea stalls etc.. Check these photographs with few details about the place...There is a monument at Panchpula where several streams meet at one point.... These streams flow down from various hills which get snowfall in various times of the year...This monument is a samadhi which was built in memory of great revolutionary Sardar Ajit Singh who breathed his last in Panchpula... Please read above board to get more information about it...Here is a view of some villages around Dalhousie... This has been shot from the road which takes us to Panchpula from Dalhousie... when we visited the place, we decided to walk down to Panchpula... We were very excited to reach there and see waterfalls but it was bad time when we visited Panchpula... There was very less water there and place was flooded with lot many tourists...On the way to Panchpula is Sahasrdhara springs with refreshing water which is believed to contain some medicinal properties...Me sitting on rocks on a small Trek which starts from Panchpula and connects to Dainkund...Here is one of the waterfall on the trek from Panchpula to a green meadow on hill top...Panchpula stream is the main source of water supply to Dalhousie region...There are lot many treks around Panchpula and many more water streams with refreshing water... I have seen to Dalhousie many times but never had chance to explore these treks...The stream springs from the north side of DayanKund and runs down to the waterworks of Panchpula....There is a series of waterfalls near Panchpula but don't blame me in case you don't see much water there...Here is one shot near main waterfall @ Panchpula ... Many tourists come here to enjoy but never think about preserving the natural richness of these places by keeping them clean...There is a Tourism restaurant and several chai shops in Panchpula which offer hot and cold beverages and snacks... 
Here is one shot near main waterfall @ Panchpula ... Many tourists come here to enjoy but never think about preserving the natural richness of these places by keeping them clean...

A Walk down to Panchpula from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA : Posted by VJ SHARMA at www.travellingcamera.com : Panchpula is a nice picnic spot near Dalhousie town and its around 3.5 km from Gandhi Chowk. Its a nice place to spend some time in early evening time... There are some waterfalls, water-streams, tea stalls etc.. Check these photographs with few details about the place...There is a monument at Panchpula where several streams meet at one point.... These streams flow down from various hills which get snowfall in various times of the year...This monument is a samadhi which was built in memory of great revolutionary Sardar Ajit Singh who breathed his last in Panchpula... Please read above board to get more information about it...Here is a view of some villages around Dalhousie... This has been shot from the road which takes us to Panchpula from Dalhousie... when we visited the place, we decided to walk down to Panchpula... We were very excited to reach there and see waterfalls but it was bad time when we visited Panchpula... There was very less water there and place was flooded with lot many tourists...On the way to Panchpula is Sahasrdhara springs with refreshing water which is believed to contain some medicinal properties...Me sitting on rocks on a small Trek which starts from Panchpula and connects to Dainkund...Here is one of the waterfall on the trek from Panchpula to a green meadow on hill top...Panchpula stream is the main source of water supply to Dalhousie region...There are lot many treks around Panchpula and many more water streams with refreshing water... I have seen to Dalhousie many times but never had chance to explore these treks...The stream springs from the north side of DayanKund and runs down to the waterworks of Panchpula....There is a series of waterfalls near Panchpula but don't blame me in case you don't see much water there...Here is one shot near main waterfall @ Panchpula ... Many tourists come here to enjoy but never think about preserving the natural richness of these places by keeping them clean...There is a Tourism restaurant and several chai shops in Panchpula which offer hot and cold beverages and snacks... 

There is a Tourism restaurant and several chai shops in Panchpula which offer hot and cold beverages and snacks...

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