About Sri Guru Nanak Devji Gurudwara
The hot springs and the beautiful temple will definitely give you the best feeling. Like all the other gurudwaras, the place is clean and maintained very well by the internal staff. The holy place was designed back in the 16th century when Guru Nanak visited Manikaran. Legend says that his disciples were very hungry.
They did not find any food to eat. Guru Nanak sent one disciple to the community kitchen to find something to eat. The locals gave them flour to make flatbread but there was no fire or hot water.
Guru Nanak told his disciple to lift a rock.
When the disciple complied, lifted the stone, a hot spring automatically appeared. The disciples cooked their food using the heat of the spring. Since then, this area has showered every visitor with blessings.
No physical fire is used to cook the rice and curry provided at this place. The geothermal heat is enough to cook food here. The Gurudwara is one of the major tourist attractions in Kullu and mesmerizes the visitors with its architecture and beauty. The age-old art and architecture are visible in the temples and the Gurudwara. The tourists, who like to witness the century-old arts and architecture, will find an excellent example of 16th-century masterpieces here.
Location: Bank of Parbati River, Kullu, India
Distance from Kullu Bus Stand to Hot Springs at Manikaran: The distance from Kullu Bus Stand to Hot Springs at Manikaran is 40.9 km and it takes nearly an hour and 20 mins to travel.