(Last Updated on : 02-04-2019)
Kharahal Valley is a valley in the Kullu District
of Himachal Pradesh
. It is situated on the left bank of the Beas River
. The main villages
in this valley are Puid, Gharakar, Kinja and Chansari. Kharahal Valley is famous for temples
like Bijli Mahadev
and Ma Durga.
Kharahal Valley was hit by a cloudburst on 13th September 2010 with massive destructions. The cloudburst in Kharahal Valley has led to washing away of several roads and bridges in the region. The main source of income for residents is agriculture
, specifically harvesting apples in orchards.
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