Dharamsala (Himachal Pradesh), May 8 (ANI): Tourists turned up in large numbers in Dharamsala to experience fresh snowfall.
Rain across the valley and snow on the Dhauladhar mountains range brought down temperatures in the region.
Wearing warm clothes, tourists enjoyed the weather sipping tea.
"The weather is of course fantastic, and I find after the rainfall and the snowfall in the higher reaches of course the temperature has come down, as compared to Delhi," said Dasgupta, a tourist.
"I can't believe the snowfall has arrived just now," he added.
Prem Sagar, a travel agent, said the snowfall is a gift for the region.
"The quality of snow and haze in the morning is little more than expected. It will bring tourism to the state of Himachal Pradesh, not only in Dharamsala, but to the entire Kangra Valley, the Chamba Valley, the Kullu valley and other areas," said Sagar.
The snowfall has brought a sigh of relief as the temperature had gone up to 33 degrees. It has now come down to 17degrees. (ANI)