Travel To Renukaji, How to reach Renukaji by Train, flight and Road Himachal Pradesh India
Hi everyone are you planning to travel or going to religious places in north India then today I am going to tell you about Travel to Renukaji and How to Reach Renukaji by Train flight and Road.
Sri Ranukaji is the first stop for Giripar of Sirmaur in Himachal Pradesh. Renuka is the famous religious worshiping and tourists place of North India, the birthplace of Lord Parasuram.
Sri Renuka Lake is the largest lake in Himachal Pradesh. This lake is spread over about 3 kilometers. Its specialty is that the size of the lake is like a woman. It is also believed to be the shadow of Mother Renuka.
It is believed that many times scientists tried to measure the depth of this lake but could not succeed. Here also it is recognized that whenever a person tries to cross the lake and swims in the lake, then it sinks in the middle. On the banks of this lake are the temple of Mata Renukaaji and Lord Parshuramji.
The people of Himachal Pradesh, Uttrakhand, Uttar Pradesh and Punjab have incredible faith in this.
God Parshuramji lives in the oldest Devthi
For the development of Shri Renuka, the Himachal Pradesh Government had set up the Renuka Vikas Board in the year 1994. This development board is under the supervision of Shri Renukasi Lake, Mother Renukaji Temple, Bhagwan Parshuram Temple, Parasuram Talab and Works for the maintenance and upliftment of other tourist sites under Renukaji Development Board.
The temple of Lord Parasurama is called by the name of the old Devthi. A few years ago the temple of Lord Parasurama has been restored in the South style.
Enjoy the Boating in the Lake
The renuka development board has arranged boating in the lake for the tourists visiting Renuka. They charge 70 Rs for ½ an hour per tourist, and for 4 seater boat 250 rs and 6 seater boat 300 Rs they charge. A car powered by the battery is also available for tourists to circumambulate the lake.
What to Eat
Renukaji falls in Giripar area of Sirmaur district. The people of Hati community live in this area. The catering of the people here is still traditional.
In this area, traditional dishes are made on Sankranti, Amavasya, Purnima and other occasions. These include askalia, patande, made from wheat flour rice, and Lushke, Sidku, Malpude and Kheer, which are made on stone bottom panes.
Lake roundup and zoo
After bathing in Lake Renukaji, tourists take round around the lake. On one side rounding the lake is the mini zoo of the Himachal Wildlife department. In these zoo, there are many animal, including Leopard, Deer, kakad, Ghoral, Sambhar, Leopard cat and bear.
No Worry about to stay
For the staying of tourists, there are hotels, private hotels and rest houses and government rest house by the Himachal Government and tourism halls.
How to Reach
By Airplane: The nearest airport is Dehradun and Chandigarh for Renukaji.
By Train: For the tourists reaching Renuka, the nearest railway station is Kalka, Dharmapur, Yamuna Nagar, Chandigarh and Dehradun.
Distance From Chandigarh and Dehradun to Renukaj is 125 Km.
Ambala 95 Km,
Pawta 55 km,
Nahan 37 km,
And from Kalka Railway station 140