Bhagsunath is an attractive tourist spot, well known waterfall and a small shrine that lies at the end of an easy walk from Macleodganj bazaar. It is 11 km from Dharamshala. It has fresh-water springs, slate quarries, a small yet beautiful waterfall and an ancient temple. A popular picnic spot as well. The place got its name from the ancient temple known as Bhagsunath temple at the heart of the region. The temple attracts many devotees and the local people admire the idol adorning the temple having great healing powers. Bhagsunath waterfall is 0.5km from the temple. It is an enchanting location close to the nature.
Bhagsunath Temple is a medieval temple 3km east of Mcleodganj. Bhagsunath is situated at an altitude of 1770 metres The ambience of the temple is tranquil and reposed, with plentiful pools around, considered sacred by the Hindu devotees. The annual fair held in September is far-reaching in its reputation. Bhagsunath, an attractive tourist spot, is located at the outskirts of Mcleodganj.
Other major attractions here are a serene spring and a small but majestic waterfall. Many slate quarries are located in and around Bhagsunath. The region offers breathtaking views of surrounding hilly ranges and woody forests. The ambiance of the place is dynamic and the atmosphere is cool and pleasant. Cool breeze from the Himalayan ranges soothe the body and mind.
The Dal Lake, Kotwai Bazaar and Bhagsu Waterfall are the attractions in the vicinity of the Bhagsunath Temple.
Other Interesting Places in and around Pangi Valley
- Bhagsunath / Bhagsunath Temple
- Chaminda Devi Temple
- Dal Lake
- YOL Camp
- War Memorial
- Chruch of St. John in the Wilderness
- Chinmaya Tapowan
- Kangra Art Museum
- Masrur Temple or Masroor Temple
- Kunal Pathri
- Norbulinka Institute in Dharamsala
- Namgyal Monastery
- Khanyara or Khaniyara or Khaniara
- Tatwani and Machhrial
- Kareri - 35km from Dharamsala