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Take a Dip in the Hot Water Springs of India

Written By: Akshatha

Hot water springs in India are connected to many legends and stories; indicating that hot springs have existed from ancient period. Indians believe that hot springs have medicinal value which can cure many diseases. Hence, they have spiritual and religious significance in India.

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Have a look at some of the hot water springs in India.

BAKRESHWAR, WEST BENGAL

BAKRESHWAR, WEST BENGAL

Bakreshwar is a town situated in the Birbhum, West Bengal. Hot water springs are a popular attraction in this Hindu
pilgrim site. Ten other springs situated around add to the tourist attraction.

Photo Courtesy: P.K.Niyogi

TATTAPANI, SHIMLA

TATTAPANI, SHIMLA

Tattapani has a chain of hot water springs situated on the banks of river Sutlej. Interestingly, these hot water springs are next to one of the coldest rivers. Tattapani is a famous tourist spot where people enjoy a relaxing bath in these springs.

Photo Courtesy: Gopal Venkatesan

PANAMIK, NUBRA VALLEY

PANAMIK, NUBRA VALLEY

Panamik is known for its hot water spring, situated at an elevation of 10442 ft above sea level. Panamik is also famous for Bactrian camels and Pashmina goats which are indigenous to Nubra Valley.

Photo Courtesy: Elroy Serrao

DEULAJHARI, ODISHA

DEULAJHARI, ODISHA

Atmallik is a unique one because the cold water springs are attached to the hot ones, this miraculous phenomenon is very interesting. Records suggest that there were 84 springs at a time, which is now reduced to 24. Agnikunda, Himakunda, Amruthakunda are some other hot water springs that can be located here.

Photo Courtesy: Abhas Kumar Kheti

MANIKARAN, HIMACHAL PRADESH

MANIKARAN, HIMACHAL PRADESH

Manikaran has a number of hot water springs that attract a lot of people. Hot water springs are related to many legends and considered as pilgrim spots. Taking a dip in these springs is said to cure many diseases. Hence, many people visit these hot water springs in Kullu.

Photo Courtesy : Aman Gupta

ATRI, ODISHA

ATRI, ODISHA

The hot water spring is situated near Hattakeshwara Temple in Atri village. Water in this spring contains sulphur which is considered as cure for skin problems. So, many people visit this place which also has religious importance.

Photo Courtesy : Krupasindhu Muduli

UNAPDEV, MAHARASHTRA

UNAPDEV, MAHARASHTRA

Unapdev is a picnic spot in Dara village and known for its ever flowing hot water spring. The water flows during all seasons which comes from the structure of a cow's head.

Photo Courtesy: Potdarswapnil

TAPTAPANI, ODISHA

TAPTAPANI, ODISHA

'Tapta' means hot and 'pani' means water; this hot water spring in Brahmapur has religious importance.The picturesque landscapes and deer park are some of the other places around Taptapani.

Photo Courtesy: Ilya Mauter

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