Rajmahal Palace Hotel, Mandi where we had an overnight halt on way to Gushaini. It is an heritage hotel having 12 rooms with tariff ranging from Rs.990/- to Rs. 3960/-
One of the lobies leading to Hotel's restaurant which have some rare collection of paintings.
Corbo Frio Restaurant in Hotel Rajmahal Palace. All furnitures and displays inside the restaurant are antiques.
This mirror fitted self is kept in all the four corners of the Hotel's restaurant.
Rajmahal Palace Hotel's Open air restaurant.
This is the lobby of deluxe rooms and suits having good collection of oil paintings.
Painting on display in the Hotel's restaurant lobby.
Painting on display in Hotel's restaurant lobby.
Painting on display in Hotel's deluxe room lobby.
Painting on display in Hotel's deluxe room looby.
The Mandi royal family's private residence adjoining Hotel Rajmahal Palace Hotel.
Carved wood plaque on display in the veranda of royal family's private residence. More to follow.........
Wood carved plaque on display.
Wood carved plaque with stand.
Painted mural on the wall of Palace's veranda.
Wood carved photo frame.
Display in the Palace's compound. More to follow........
Stone sculpture on display.
A rehearsal for Himachal Day parade in progress in Mandi.
Victoria Bridge over Beas river in Mandi.
Trilokinath temple, Mandi
Inside Trilokinath temple complex
Trilokinath temple main door.
Trilokinath temple - Stone carving on the wall
Trilokinath temple - Close up of stone carvings on the wall
Trilokinath temple - Stone wall carvings
Stone sculptures in the Trilokinath temple complex.
Stone statue inside temple complex.
Trilokinath temple - Stone carved Nandi
Three faced Lord Shiva statue inside Trilokinath temple.
Trimurti inside Trilokinath temple.
Statues of Lord Ganesh inside Trilokinath temple
Confluence of rivers Beas and Suketi. In the middle is Panch Vaktra temple.
Close up of Panch Vaktra temple, Mandi