Jibhi Road Trip - Tirthan Valley Weekend Trip

Jibhi, Himachal Pradesh
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Don’t you feel like running away from the stressful city and looking for a place of seclusion amongst hills and meadows? Well, the place that you might be looking for is Jibhi.

Jibhi is situated in the state of Himachal Pradesh in the Banjar Valley.

It’s a scenic and old village that has settled on the banks of the Tirthan river. This gurgling river is a tributary of the Beas river. It serves as an integral part of the culture of Jibhi.

Constructed in an old Himalayan way, the architecture of the place vouches for itself. Most of the houses are built from stone and wood.

Galgal trees and apple orchards decorate every backyard in the Himalayan village. This destination has become extremely popular among travelers in recent years.

However, foreign tourists discovered this gem of a place more than two decades ago. Of course, during that time, there was hardly any infrastructure to boost tourism in the place.

On the same note, the village is still not completely commercialized as the only accommodation you’ll find are homestays that are run by locals.

The itinerary for the Jibhi Road Trip includes Serolsar Lake Trek. It’s a convenient trek from the Jalori Pass and is surrounded by thick forests.

Some famous places to visit in Jibhi are Chehni Kothi and Shringa Rishi Temple.

The Chehni village is only 7 kilometers away from Jibhi and the majority of the distance can be covered by cars. The road comes to an end almost 1 km away from the Chehni tower.

While exploring this place, you’ll pass the Shringa Rishi temple that lies below Chehni at Bagi village. This village is built similarly to that of the Chehni fort.

However, it’s been renovated recently. Shringa Rishi is the deity of the Banjar valley.

The Chehni Kothi has also been built in an ancient Himalayan architectural style. This is a watchtower for the neighboring Chehni village. 

An interesting fact about Jibhi is that this structure has been withstanding environmental factors for more than 3 centuries. Only in the earthquake of 1905 did it lose the upper two stories. 

This fort is included in the itinerary for the Jibhi Road Trip as well.

Another famous place to visit is the Sheshnag Temple. Within Jibhi, a short trail will lead you to the Sheshnag Temple. This is situated right in the middle of a beautiful lush meadow. 

Just like Shringa Rishi, Sheshnag is another presiding deity of the Banjar valley. Both enjoy their devotees’ following and worship.

The wooden architecture seems to be ancient. It’s claimed by Hansraj that the temple is more than 500 years old. However, the actual age is still unknown.  

Thus, the history of Jibhi is quite mysterious and alluring.

Spending time in the peaceful, green meadows will be sure to calm your senses and make your worries disappear.

When is the best time to visit Jibhi? Well, the village is quiet and relaxed almost throughout the year, making for an amazing road trip either way. 

However, the spring season is a refreshing time when apple orchards bloom in the valley. Thus, March to May would be one of the best months to visit the beautiful destination as the weather in Jibhi is pleasant.
 

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