You step inside into an oasis that takes your breath away completely - the premises are simply beautiful, verdant, architecturally lovely and spaced out, has a fantastic temple, arts/ crafts workshops at many levels and so on. Scattered all around are stone scultures and features that are a feast for the eyes and your camera.
And you feel great too, if you ignore the indifferent and almost dismissive attitude of the occupants and the artisans - it was as if they were doing us a favor by attempting to explain if we raised even a faint query on what they were crafting.
Some of the rooms above the temple were locked much before time with no explanation. Of course there weren't anybody to tell you why. The cafe was also closed when we reached. The toilets were not clean.
As long as one can disregard the look-through attitude, this is a nice place to go to. A bit distant from the main town of Dharamsala.
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