Kullu is a city in the Himachal Pradesh province of India. The Kullu valley was formerly called Kulant peeth. Kulanth peeth literally means the end of the habitable world. The Kullu valley has been the valley of the gods in India. Kullu is a beautiful tourist destination located in Himachal Pradesh. Its beauty and vegetation have attracted tourists for years. Located on the banks of the Vij River, this place is famous for its colorful Dussehra. There is also a Raghunathji temple built in the 17th century, which is an important pilgrimage site for Hindus. Popularly known as Silver Valley, this place is famous not only for its cultural and religious activities but also for adventure sports.