Jagatsukh Village, a famous honeymoon destination as well as a popular Hindu pilgrimage territory abides on the left bank of the river Beas. It is about 7 kilometers away from the Manali bus stand and 14 kilometers from Naggar bus stand.
Jagatsukh Village exhibits a picturesque site in front of the travelers. Many residing options are available in or around Jagatsukh Village if the one-day expedition is not enough for the visitors.
Jagatsukh was the former capital city of ancient Kullu district and now it is most famous as the biggest of the cities in Kullu.
Many would appreciate the age-old built Jagatsukh temple. There are two other prominent temples too. One is dedicated to Lord Siva, namely the Gauri Sankara Temple. It was built in the 8th century in the Shikhara style. Moreover, another one is for the Goddess, Sandhya Devi.
Even if you are not a religious person Jagatsukh Village is an inevitable spot in your journey. As many people start or halt their trekking expeditions here and skilled photographers can attempt for a portfolio too.
The weather changes occur in this region beautifies the surroundings entirely in different manner. The summer season adapts natural green vegetation. On the other hand, during the winter season snow engulfed Jagatsukh Village can be seen. So you can decide on the visiting time as per your preference.