12 Coldest Places In India That You Shouldn’t Miss Visiting  

Gulmarg, Jammu and Kashmir: Imagine yourself wrapped in cozy blankets, sipping hot tea by a crackling fire after a thrilling day on the slopes. 

Manali, Himachal Pradesh: Picture yourself building a snowman with laughter echoing through the snow-covered hills.

Shimla, Himachal Pradesh: Feel the nostalgia as you stroll along the Mall Road, enjoying street food and shopping for souvenirs.

Leh-Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir: Experience the warmth of Ladakhi hospitality as you sip butter tea in a local homestay while snowflakes dance outside.

Auli, Uttarakhand: Embrace the camaraderie of fellow skiers and share stories by the bonfire after a day of thrilling descents.

Darjeeling, West Bengal: Snuggle up in a cozy café with a hot cup of Darjeeling tea, gazing at the snow-covered Kanchenjunga.

Ooty, Tamil Nadu: Enjoy a peaceful walk in the misty Nilgiri hills, your breath forming little clouds in the chilly air.

Coorg, Karnataka: Connect with local families, savoring homemade Coorgi cuisine while sitting around a warm hearth.

Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh: Listen to the monks' chants in the serene Tawang Monastery, feeling the spiritual warmth in the cold air.

Kullu, Himachal Pradesh: Join the festivities of the winter carnival, where the warmth of cultural celebrations melts the cold away.

Patnitop, Jammu and Kashmir: Find solace in the quietude of snow-covered pine forests and the warmth of a comforting meal.

Cherrapunji, Meghalaya: Be enchanted by the mist-kissed landscapes, where the warmth comes from the breathtaking beauty around you.

These destinations are not just about cold weather; they're about the warmth of experiences and connections in the midst of winter's embrace.

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