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kullutourism.com is the official website owned by The Kullu Hotels and Guest Houses Association, Kullu (H.P.). The Association consists of members having Hotels, Resorts, Guest Houses and Restaurants in the Kullu Valley including Bhuntar, and Manikaran in the Parvati Valley. The units are duly registered with The Department of Tourism, Government of Himachal Pradesh.
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Kullu and Manali are Himachal's most popular and famous tourist destinations. Located on the banks of river Beas (Vyaas), Kullu valley is also known as the Valley of Gods (Dev-Bhoomi) as it is the official home of the presiding deity of the area, Lord Raghunath Ji. During the festival of Dussehra every year, idols of gods from the neighboring towns and villages are brought to Kullu in procession to enable them to pay their respects to Lord Raghunath Ji. Kullu also mirrors the art and culture of Himachal Pradesh. Folk-Dance Festivals and Handicraft exposition are part of the town's annual fixtures.
Bhuntar is a Gateway of District Kullu, situated at the 'sangam' (convergence) of river Beas and river Parvati, it is connected by road and by air. The Kullu-Manali Airport is situated at Bhuntar. While planning your holidays, instead of rushing directly to Manali, spend a few days at Bhuntar and Kullu, by doing so you can save much by way of fuel, money and enjoy much more by seeing places of Natural beauty, Religious Importance and Historical Importance.
Bounded by Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal ranges on either side, the Kullu Valley is often referred to as Valley of Gods or Eden of Apple. In old Indian texts such as Brahmand Puran, Brihatsamhita and Markandeya Puran, this area is mentioned as "Kul-anta-peetha", which famous traveler Penelope Chetwode has translated as the End of the Habitable World, - as anyone who has stood at the top of the Rohtang Pass, bounding Kullu and Lahul, will understand.