kalsi lakhamandal Trek
LAKHAMANDAL trek is located on the banks of YAMUNA River. It is often connected with the LAKHSHAGRIHA that is depicted in Mahabharata. The story goes that the KAURAVA Prince DURYODHANA had built a lac palace here, in which he tried to burn his cousins- the PANDAVAS alive. The PANDAVAS, however managed to escape through a secret passage, which the locals say still exists even today. An important attraction of LAKHAMANDAL is its divine pilgrim is dedicated to BHAGWATI and Lord Shiva.
The best time to visit the temple is during the local Diwali, which is generally held one Tour Booking month after the Diwali in the plains.
This is a cultural and historical trek in the JAUNSAR - Babar region, at the foothills of the stately GARHWAL Himalayas, between the rivers Yamuna and Tons. The tribes here, known as JAUNSARIS, practice polygamy and polyandry .The villages en route are worth seeing for their cultural and architectural richness. The trek is rich with flora and fauna and is an unforgettable experience for ornithologists.