Visit Hot Water Springs In India

In these places of India, the water does not get cold even in winter, people come from all over the country to take baths.

There are many such kunds in India where the water remains warm not only in summer but also in winter. Some of these kunds are also such that many diseases can be cured by taking a bath. There is an influx of tourists at these places throughout the year. In today’s article, we are going to tell you about such hot water pools –

Manikaran, Himachal Pradesh

Manikaran, located about 45 km from Kullu in Himachal Pradesh, is known for its hot water springs. The water temperature in this pool is very high. This place is a major center of faith for the people of Hindu religion as well as for the people of Sikhs or say Sikh Dharam. There is a very famous Gurudwara here, you must visit there and there is also a very famous temple, if you believe me, you must have visited there too. Devotees do not come to the Gurudwara just by taking a dip, they purify themselves by taking a comfortable bath there and then complete the rituals and then after going to the temple come to take a dip in this holy water.

Atri Kund, Odisha

Atri Kund, 40 km from Bhubaneswar, is famous for its sulfurous hot water springs. The temperature of the water of this kund remains up to 55 degrees. This pool of hot water is also known for its medicinal properties. It is believed that bathing in this pool cures skin diseases.

Tulsi Shyam Kund, Rajasthan

Tulsi Shyam Kund is located about 65 km from Junagadh in Rajasthan. There are 3 hot water pools here which have water of different temperatures. A 100 years old temple of Rukmani Devi is also situated near this kund.

Tapovan, Uttarakhand

In the state of Uttarakhand, which is a separate state from Uttar Pradesh, there is a small village called Tapovan, 14 kilometers ahead of the place called Joshimath. Here there is a spring of hot and lukewarm water filled with sulfur. The Tapovan hot spring is considered sacred due to its proximity to the Gangotri glacier. You can cook rice and maggi comfortably in the hot spring and even boil eggs.

Vashisht, Himachal Pradesh

Vashishtha is a small village near Manali which is famous for its holy Vashishtha temple and hot spring. There are separate bathing facilities for men and women here. 

This place has special mythological significance as Vashishtha is believed to have built a hot spring here. According to beliefs, the water of this kund has medicinal properties.

Dhuni Pani, Madhya Pradesh

There is a beautiful natural hot water spring called Dhuni Pani in a small town called Amarkantak in the state of Madhya Pradesh. I have heard that the mention of this hot water spring is also found in mythology and old stories of India. It feels hidden in the dense forests situated in the hills called Vindhya and Satpura hills. It is believed that taking a bath in its water removes sins and pains.

Chumathang, Ladakh

Chumathang is a hot spring in the cold areas of Ladakh. You will get a different experience of bathing in the hot water of Chumathang. You will forget the tremendousness of Ladakh and the water of the waterfall will refresh you completely. 

Chumathang Hot Springs are not at all like other wonderful hot springs in India as they are believed to have medicinal powers that can cure you in a jiffy. You should visit here from June to August.

Kheerganga, Himachal Pradesh

Trekking from Kasol in Himachal, Kheerganga is a breathtakingly beautiful place full of greenery, scenery and tranquility. There is another interesting thing present in such a place, to be a part of which people definitely come here and that is the Kheerganga spring of natural hot water here. You can visit between October to May to enjoy the waterfall.

Panamik Hot Spring, Ladakh

The Panamik Hot Spring is located in the Nubra Valley close to the Siachen Glacier. The beautiful scenic village of Panamik is the final destination for tourists traveling in Ladakh, although tourists need permission from the army to reach here.

Bakreshwar Hot Spring, West Bengal

Bakreshwar is known for eight hot springs which are located in West Bengal..The names of these springs are Pafra Ganga, Baitarani Ganga, Bhairav Kund, Dudh Kund and Surya Kund.

Yumthang Hot Spring, Sikkim

There are many hot water springs present in Sikkim, some of the important hot water springs are located at Reshi, Ralong and Yumthang.

Rajgir Hot Spring, Bihar 

The hot spring located in Rajgir is believed to have medicinal properties and is the site of the most famous hot spring in the region. 

Rajgir city is also famous for Vishwa Shanti Stupa, Buddha’s cave and Putra Bhandar Jain cave.

If you are planning your trip from Delhi or Haridwar then don’t forget to book a Taxi In Haridwar.

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