Kullu lies at an elevation of 4,196ft on the banks of the Beas River. From this river flows the Sarvari tributary which passes through the Lug valley on the west. Kullu is sheltered by the Pir Panjal, the Lower Himalayan range and Great Himalayan range. To its east are the temples of Bijli Mahadev and the twin temples of Monty Nag and Pueed. The north side has many more hill stations and the famous Rohtang pass leading to the Lahaul and Sipti valleys. More than 70% of the land in Kullu is covered with fresh produce and vegetation. There are thick dense forests of pine, oak and fir trees. The plant that envelops the valley is the rhododendron which is in bloom throughout the Kullu Valley in an assortment of colours.
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