Serol Sar Lake in Kullu

The land of Himachal is famous for thousands of 'Devi Devtas'. Kullu one of the districts of Himachal Pradesh has number of beautiful temples located inn scenic locations away from the hustle and bustle of the city life. One of such temples in the Kullu district is the Serol Sar temple. The place is famous for the beautiful natural lake called 'Serol Sar'.

Serol Sar Lake and Temple History and Description:

Once we reach Serol Sar, we get to see the majestic view of the holy lake, Serol Sar spreading as wide as a football ground. Located amidst the tall Kharshoo trees at a height of about 10,000 feet, Serol Sar is no less than heaven. Just near the Serol Sar lake, we have the temple of goddess 'Buddhi Nagin'. It is believed that goddess 'Buddhi Nagin' resides inside the Serol Sar lake and is the mother of 60 'Nag Devtas' in Himachal.It is also said that Pandavas visited Serol Sar in Dwaparyug during their exile period and planted rice here.

Travel Information to Serol Sar, Kullu:

Serol Sar is at distance of about 5-6 kms from Jalori Pass. Jalori Pass is situated at a chilling height of about 10,140 feet. One can travel by bus or personal vehicle up to Jalori Pass. Jalori Pass is at a distance of about 32 kms from Anni tehsil of Kullu district and it takes about one and half hour to reach Jalori Pass from Anni by bus. At Jalori Pass, we have a very beautiful temple of 'Kali Mata' located just above the road. Tourist passing by Jalori Pass often pay homage at this temple. From Jalori Pass, we have to travel through narrow path in between the jungles of 'Kharshoo' trees for a distance of 5-6 kms on foot. It takes 2 hours to traverse the distance from Jalori Pass to Serol Sar.

The temperature of Serol sar is very cool all around the year. In winters Serol sar, experience snowfall up to 5-8 feet. The place is best to visit during summers. People visiting this place are all advised to come with their own food items and necessary woolen clothing. Now, small rest houses have also been built to provide stay facility for the devotees but even then they are advised to be well equipped with their own material.

For fantastic pictures of Serol Sar, Visit: Serol Sar Photos


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