Found one km from McLeod Ganj is an old Hindu sanctuary committed to Bhagsu Nag, the snake god, and to Lord Shiva. A freshwater spring, in which travelers to take a blessed plunge moves through the sanctuary. A delightful waterfall, well worth going by, is situated around a 20-minute stroll from the temptle. The Bhagsu sanctuary is situated in the beautiful Bhagsu town, a Gaddi tribal town whose customary employment was grouping and cultivating. The town has turned out to be one of the primary vacationer focus in the zone amid the most recent couple of years, and huge numbers of the nearby individuals are presently occupied with tourism. The town has countless and guesthouses.
Dharamkot and Bhagsu Nag, on the outskirts of McLeod Ganj are the principle towns occupied by the Gaddi, a shepherd tribe and the first tenants of Dhauladhar. Both these towns house a huge number of little visitor houses, and are great wander focuses for short and long climbs around Dharamsala and the Dhauladhar mountain run.
The town of Bhagsu, 2 km from Dharamsala, has been completely settled by youthful Israelis, straight from military administration, and hanging out extensive gatherings
The Israelis in Bhagsu come in such extensive numbers that there is no culture stun; everything is composed in Hebrew, and India is changed into a natural place that is known for decent climbs, shabby sustenance/drink, and no parental supervision.