Damsal Dam - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting


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About Damsal Dam

This is an earth fill dam across the Damsal river and it is situated in a picturesque location where there is a good climate and no more noises and all. This dam is the main water source for the nearby districts.

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Attractions Near Damsal Dam

Chinmastika Shaktipeeth Maa Chintpurni Temple

Chintpurni is a major idolized shrine of the Hindus, which is located in the Una district of Himachal Pradesh. It is placed on one of the highest peaks of the Sola Singhi Range. Chintpurni Devi is the goddess here who takes away all the worries and stress of devotees. In this temple, the Goddess is showed without her head in a pindi form. Many Devotees have been flocking Shaktipeeth for centuries to worship at the lotus feet of Mata Shri Chhinnamastika Devi.

Pong Dam

Pong Dam

38.37km from Damsal Dam

A reservoir has been constructed on the river Beas in the wet land of Shivalik hills of Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, which has been named as Maharana Pratap Sagar. It is also known as Pong reservoir or Pong Dam.This dam was built in 1975 named in honor of Maharana Pratap, this reservoir or lake is a famous wildlife sanctuary and one of the 25 international wetland sites declared by Ramsar Sammel in India.

Masrur Temples

Masrur Temples

48.02km from Damsal Dam

Masroor Rock Cut Temple is a popular archaeological site in India is around 32 km from Kangra on Nagrota-Surian Link Road. A major part of the famous rock cut temples are in ruins yet one can study the relics clearly. They are a version of North Indian Nagara architecture style, dedicated to Shiva, Vishnu, Devi and Saura traditions of Hinduism.

Sodhi Jagjit Palace

Sodhi Jagjit Palace

49.27km from Damsal Dam

The royal palace which was built by Maharaja Jagatjit Singh, the last ruler of Kapurthala. This palace shows light to the French and the Indo-Saracenic architecture. Both the interior and exterior of the palace is an amalgamation of styles. A lot of tourists are visiting this place every day by its architectural beauty and popularity.

Jang-e-Azadi Memorial

Jang-e-Azadi Memorial

49.81km from Damsal Dam

This is a memorial and museum built-in memory of contribution and sacrifices made by the Punjabi community in the Indian independence movement. The Memorial is aimed at disseminating knowledge about the rich cultural heritage of the State in the minds of youngsters. This is a must-visit place in Punjab.

Devi Talab Mandir

Devi Talab Mandir

50.47km from Damsal Dam

This 200 years old Durga temple is located at the heart of Jalandhar district and this shrine is situated in the centre of a small pond. Thousands of pilgrims visit the temple every year and is one of the 51 Shakthi pithas in India.

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One of the oldest districts of Punjab and it is sub mountainous and stretches of river Beas in the north-west.

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