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The President Wilson Royal Penthouse Suite.

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The Ty warner Penthouse.

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Behind the myth of the serpent people.

Depicted in mythology as divine beings with serpent like qualities, the Naagas, were a real people of flesh and blood that existed long before the coming of the Indo-Aryan tribes of antiquity.

The ancient Himalayan village of Bhanara.

In the several legends that speak of the rise of the serpent worship in the western Himalayas, Bharana, a quiet little Himalayan village, high up in the mountains, finds repeated mention without fail.
Snake worship in India

The temple of Shirgan Naaga.

In a lesser known Himalayan village on the outskirts of Manali is the rarely visited temple of a serpent deity who has his own unique legend in mythology associated with the ancient snake cults of India.

Tree temple of the warrior Ghatotkacha.

Born from the union of the Pandava Bhima and Hidimba, a forest dwelling demon princess. Ghatotkacha, a mythical warrior of unrivaled prowess of the epic Mahabharata remains a deity to the people of Himachal well in present days.

Hidimba: An enigmatic goddess of non Vedic origin.

Revered in Kullu as a mother goddess, Hidimba is one of the few deities of non-Vedic origins, still worshiped in a country dominated by Vedic divinities.
Himachali Temple, Goshal, Manali, Kullu Valley, Temple of Gautam Rishi, Ved Vyas and Kana Naga

The trinity temple of Goshal.

An evolved version of the ancient Kath Kuni form of architecture that originated in Himachal, the trinity temple of Goshal is dedicated to Gautam Maharishi, Ved Vyasa, and the serpent deity, Kana Naga.
Hanuman Idol at Pandupol

The peculiar idol of Hanuman.

Deep within the Sariska Tiger Reserve is the temple of Pandupol that shelters a peculiar idol of the Vedic age demigod Hanuman.

The indomitable Saraswati.

Named by the early Aryan tribes after a river with crystal clear waters centuries ago, Saraswati remains an influential goddess of Hinduism and a role model for strong willed independent women.