The Indian army runs the world famous Hanuman Tok temple, which is both a religious and tourist destination at nealry 8,000 feet(or 2,500 meters) elevation. People of all faiths come for darshan, and even though a Hindu temple, the army has employed priests of other faiths as temple priests. In addition to darshan, one gets a 360 degree of Himalayas including views of Nepal in the west, Bhutan in the east and China in the north.
- OurVoice WeRIndia
- 27 Oct 2016