What greater feeling of romance and awe can one imagine than to be at ‘Kulanthpita’ – ‘THE END OF HABITABLE WORLD’ ? This is kullu, or Kulanthpita as it was earlier called. Beyond it rise the forbidding heights of the Greater Himalayas, and by the banks of the river Beas lies the fabled ‘Silver Valley’, the Core of an intricate web of innumerable valleys – each more beautiful than the other. With spectacular mountain scapes brilliantly clothed in sunshine or shrouded by mist, the kullu region is brim-full of natural treasures – rolling glens and mossy meadows, rushing streams and meandering brooks that provide tourists, trekkers, mountaineers, artists and pilgrims an escape from the heat and dust of the plains, kullu also provides a delightful shopping experience and is famous for its exquisitely woven colorful hand made shawls and kullu caps.
Kulanthpitha, the end of the habitable world, of yesteryears is Kullu of today. The Silver