Dharamshala is located in the district of Kangra in Himachal Pradesh. What many people don’t know is that there are two parts of the city. One is known as Lower Dharamshala, which is its commercial center and dotted with markets, courts and the famous Kotwali Bazaar, where you come across items of everyday use. Upper Dharamshala is home to Mcleodganj as well as other structures which remind you of its colonial past. The two different parts of the city have something different to offer. As a tourist, it offers you the opportunity to unwind and take in the beauty of the surroundings.  Tibetan Buddhist culture can be seen at Mcleodganj, which is dominated largely by the Tibetan community. It is a suburb of the city, and is situated at an impressive height of 2,082 meters. Here, the main street is dotted with shops selling Tibetan arts & crafts, along with eateries that serve a variety of Tibetan dishes, from Thenthu to momos. Most of the market centers around the Tsuglagkhang Complex, which is the official home of the 14th Dalai Lama. 

Dharamshala is also home to several temples, with the two most famous among them being the Chamunda Devi Temple and Kunal Pathri Temple. Of these, Chamunda Devi Temple is located about 15 km from the main city of Dharamshala. It is revered as a Shakti Peeth and is a part of the Char Devi Temple in Himachal Pradesh. The temple reveres the goddess in her most fearsome form, as a destroyer of evil. Even though you may find it crowded, you will find the visit to be rewarding. The water tanks inside the temple complex are believed to be about 700 years old

Dharamshala, a famous place to visit in Himachal Pradesh, is a place to relax, unwind, chill out and celebrate the serenity enveloping you. You can visit temples, enjoy sightseeing, visit the waterfall, shop for souvenirs and arts & crafts, seek blessings at the monasteries and temples & enjoy the various Tibetan dishes.