The state of Himachal Pradesh was known as the home of the Gods, or ‘Devabhoomi’ from very early years. The Himalayan ranges with its impressive heights, air of spiritual tranquility and great scenic beauty, seem to be the natural home to the Gods. The state of Himachal Pradesh is full of high ranges and isolated valleys, and various different types of architecture in the temples.

There are over two thousand temples spread across the state of Himachal Pradesh. Most of the temples in Himachal Pradesh are important places of pilgrimage and every year thousands of pilgrims as well as tourists flock this place. There are also temples which resembles Sikh Gurudwaras and Buddhist Gompas. The lakes also play a major role in adding to the scenic beauty of the already beautiful state. Most of the lakes in Himachal Pradesh are located around the temples in the state, and hence derives an importance for being considered as holy.

In the state of Himachal Pradesh, the perennial rivers are the sources of some of the most beautiful lakes in the state as well as India. These beautiful lakes are fed by the ice cold waters of the melting snow from the highest of the peaks of the lofty mountains. The icy water of these lakes is considered as life-giving to the exhausted and weary travelers on their way and also after reaching. Because of the association of the lakes with the religious places in the state, it is believed that the lakes in Himachal Pradesh provide a sense of spiritual blissfulness to the travelers.

The Seruvalsar Lake is placed in the state of Himachal Pradesh in the district of Kullu. The Seruvalsar Lake in Himachal Pradesh is positioned at a high altitude and is 3,100 meters above the sea level. The Seruvalsar Lake in Himachal Pradesh is surrounded by a very dense forest cover, which enhances the beauty of the lake to a great extent. The beauty of the Seruvalsar Lake makes it an important spot of tourist attraction in the state of Himachal Pradesh.

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