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  Himachal Pradesh Tourism

“Dev Bhumi Himachal”, no question at all why Indian God or Goddess choose this place for their residents. Mighty snow peaks, deep gorges, wide lush green and golden valleys set against imposing snow-clad mountains, Verdant green meadows, misty woods, fast flowing icy rivers, glaciers and limpid lakes are all natural gift set by God to make this place extremely beautiful and heart catching. There are superb locations for relaxing and sight seeing. Himachali Culture attracts the people to visit again and again. The clothes of the Himachalis are vibrant, and each region is characterized by a typical dress. Hindi is spoken throughout Himachal, though each valley possesses its own dialect. There are also tremendous opportunities for trekking, mountaineering, fishing, river rafting, skiing, Para-gliding, ice skating and golf.

Chamba Valley - is situated in the western Himalayas between north latitudes 32°10' and 33°13' and east longitudes 75°45' and 77°33'. Set at an altitude of 996 meters above sea level, Chamba nestles near the enchanting foothills of Shivaliks. The town stands on a plateau on the right bank of the Ravi river valley between Dhauladhar and Zanskar ranges south of the inner Himalayas. This town was founded by Raja Sahil Varman. It seems the original name of the town was Champa as mentioned in Kalhan's Rajtarangani and more popularly known as Chameshni. A temple was built by Sahil Varman in the honour of his daughter Champavati who is worshipped as a goddess in Chamba. Chamuda Devi Temple, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Rang Mahal and Bhuri Singh Museum etc. are the main places to visit during your Chamba tours. Chamba Valley is also rich with most beautiful and popular hill station Dalhousie.

Kangra Valley - the history of Kangra valley dates back to the Vedic times more than 3500 yrs. ago. Lastly British dominated over the princes of the hill states. The town was attacked by Mohammed Ghaznavi and subjugated by Emperor Feroz Tuglak and Maharaja Rant Singh. Earlier, Kangra was the capital of the great hill state, its renowned ruler being Maharaja Sansar Chand Katoch, a great patron of arts. The Miniature and Rajpur Schools of hill paintings flourished during his reign. The art and craft of this valley is amazing. Miniature paintings of this region are internationally appreciated and shawls of Kangra are very famous due its unique and delicate design. This valley of lower Himalyas, full of greenery is having very ample sights. Moreover sheltered by the sublime Dhauladhar range. A place of Buddhists is Dharamshala whereas ancient Hindu Temples like Brajeshwari, Baijnath, Jawalamukhi and Chamunda Devi are also there. The ruined fort of Nagarkot reminds us the history of its glorious past. The remains of the fort of the rulers of Kangra are located on a strategic height, overlooking the Ban Ganga and Manjhi rivers.

Kullu in the Lap of beautiful Valley Kulu spreads out its charm on either side of river Beas. The valley runs north to south of this river and is 80kms. long and about 2kms. at its broadest. Kullu district offers many attractions to the tourists. Though it is somewhat warm during June and early July, but for the rest of the year provides a delightful and healthy climate. The annual rainfall is about 40", of which a little less than a half occurs during the winter months from October to March. There is not much snowfall during the winters but the snow clad peaks look very beautiful. Kullu town has made its name on the international tourist map for its famous Dussehra festival. The valley is also famous for its exquisitely woven colourful hand made shawls and kullu caps. Not only the district is famous for its scenic beauty but also as a paradise for the trekkers and mountaineers.

Shimla - is the capital town of Himachal Pradesh. The town of Shimla is built over several hills and connecting ridges. The important hills are Jhakhu, Prospect Hill, Observatory Hill, Elysigim Hill and Summer Hill. Shimla is situated in the North-West Himalayas and was the Summer Capital of India during the British ruling era. This town is spread over the ridge measuring about 12 km. It is perhaps the biggest hill station in the world, located at an altitude of 2,421 meters above sea level. A place of peace and pleasure, Shimla is a tourist resort in real sense of the word. The best season of the year here is autumn but the early spring runs a close second. Shimla is connected with air, rail, and road traffics. Shimla under snow is a wonderful sight and it offers the unique attraction of an open air ice skating rink. Also the legendary Ridge under snow and snow sports at Kufri make Shimla a wonderful winter holiday resort.

Sirmaur, where a triangle of 3 important tourist places namely Nahan, Renuka and Shri Paonta Sahib, have attracted many tourists all round the year. There are many attractions available in this triangle. One can visit these places either in the order we have explained or first visit Renuka then Nahan and lastly Paonta Sahib from Shimla side or vice versa.

Rewalsar - located on a mountain spur, an hour`s drive from Mandi brings you to this dark jewel like lake. With water, woodland and high hills, it presents a variety of natural beauty. The spot is sacred for Hindus, Buddhists and Sikhs. It was from here that the great Indian teacher and `Tantric` Padmasabhava left for Tibet. Known to the Tibetans as Guru Rimpoche, the Precious Master, it was under Padmasambahava`s influence that Mahayana Buddhism spread over Tibet. There are islands of floating reed on Rewalsar lake and the spirit of Padmasabhava is said to reside in them. It is here that the sage Lomas did penance in devotion to Lord Shiva, and the Sikh Guru Gobind Singh also resided here for one month. The Sisu fair held in late February/early march, and the festival of Baisakhi is an important event at Rewalsar.

Kasauli - located at an altitude of 1927 m. It is at a distance of 77 km from Shimla and 70 km from Chandigarh. The legend of the town states that it came into existence after Lord Hanuman placed his feet here in order to advance on to the Sanjeevani hill. The place where the lord actually kept his feet is believed to be at a hillock which is 300 m high. Historically, Kasauli is one of those hill stations that were developed by the British Empire during its peak period in India. Monkey Point, Christ Church, Sanawar, Dharampur, Dagshai and Sabathu are the main attractions in kasauli or around the kasauli.



      



 
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