A state of Nirvana, Kasol is not just a serene village but also a paradise for hipsters from all over the world. A small village tucked in the Parvati Valley in Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh, Kasol lies near Manali separated on the way to Manikaran. Kasol is becoming more and more commercialised with its prosperity mainly through tourism but the place has never suffered on its charm and serenity. Every year, thousands of young hippies come and witness the simplicity and peace in this quiet place beside the clean blue Parvati River. Kasol, largely, is a market with all tourist facilities being provided such as transport tickets, vehicle bookings, food and accommodation. Kasol serves as a base for other nearby villages of Malana, Rasol, Tosh, Chalal, Kalga, Pulga, Tulga, Katagla and Kheerganga, all falling in the Parvati valley. Moreover, Kasol is so small, that a person can walk from one end of it to the other in just a couple of hours. It is divided in Old Kasol and New Kasol by a bridge above the Parvati River. Take a holy dip in the hot springs of Gurudwara Manikaran Sahib which is said to heal many skin and breathing problems. For those who are wondering that tourism in Kasol just happens to be a beautiful village with sites of pilgrimage, you should then surely check out the cafes in the Kasol market. Food in Kasol is largely influenced by its inhabitants in whom Israelis comprise of a large chunk. Since Israel is a war-torn country with compulsory military service, the young Israelis head to India after serving the army and reside in the Himalayan villages for months and years to experience peace in the mountains. You will get all best selling dishes from Israeli cuisine like Falafel and Tabbouleh. Also, cafes in this place serve some of the best pizzas and many continental dishes you’ll have anywhere.Peace, Love, Unity, Respect - what makes a happy Kasol! Many hair stylists have entered the markets of Kasol with their very unique way of styling any hair to hippie hairstyles like Mohawks, Dreadlocks, Boho and many more. Moreover, clothings like Alaadeen pants, long length shirts and accessories like potter glasses, peace sign lockets and bracelet made of Rudraksh beads will be found very commonly in these markets.