Dharamshala is an ultimate Buddhist appeal of Himachal Pradesh can be divided into two parts, the Upper Dharamshala and the Lower Dharamshala. Dharamshala is the abode of faith, peace and knowledge settled in the mighty ranges of lower Himalayas in Himachal Pradesh. Dharamshala is the town serves as the head office of the Tibetan government in exile. Dharamshala is the highly adorned for being the seat of His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama in India.
Namgyal Monastery- The personal monastery of The Dalai Lama is the prominent attraction of Dharamshala. Monastery of Nechung Oracle, situated within the complex of Gangchen Kyishong is the monastery of Nechung Oracle. Norbulingka Monastery- the stunning monastery of Norbulingka provides a wealthy compilation of art, paintings, handicrafts and thankas for its visitors.
How to Get in Dharamshala :
By Air - The nearest International airport is Delhi, whereas the nearest Airport, at Gaggla, located 13-km away from the town.
By Rail - Pathankot, the closet railhead located 85-km form Dharamsala. Pathankot is three-hour journey to Dharamsala, trains from all over the country make a stop over at Pathankot.
By Road - From Manali bus services are available to Dharamshala.
Prime Buddhist Sites in Himachal Pradesh