Major Saklani advised tourists to keep tracking spots

Mar 07, 2017 15:50 | Tourism

Dharamshala (Arvind Sharma )

Dharamshala has a beautiful tracking spot at the height of 6300 feet named Indru Nag. One can view the broadness of the Kangra Valley from Sri Indru nag, which is the seat of the rain God of the area. Tourists can  also enjoy para gliding  from this point . The spot is almost within the city limits.

 Major Vikas Saklani ,the in charge of 9 th fire brigade in Dharamshala lead a group of his fire fighters to Sri Indru Nag Temple and the surrounding tourist spot and cleaned the area from the garbag on Minday. Major Saklani requested the visitors to  Sri Indru Nag temple and others to keep the tourist spot clean and help the concerned departments .  Major said, “ it is the duty of each one not to spread garbage on the public places. And we must encourage others to keep the surroundings clean.”