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Himachal Pradesh, a northern Indian state in the
Himalayas, is known for its trekking, climbing and
skiing, and scenic mountain towns and resorts such
as Dalhousie. Host to the Dalai Lama, Himachal
Pradesh also has a strong Tibetan presence,
reflected in its Buddhist temples and monasteries,
cuisine heavy on noodles and dumplings, and vibrant
Tibetan New Year celebrations.
• Avg. winter 7 °C (45 °F)
• Avg. summer 28 °C (82 °F)
Precipitation`` 1,469 mm (57.8 in)
Best time to visit : 15th Apr – 15th Jul
Snow Fall in the month of Dec/Jan/Feb
The British empire may have ceased to exit, but its echo lingers on in Shimla (2205m). As the Summer Capital of the
British in India, Shimla was the country's focus for the better part of every year and now, is the state capital of
Himachal Pradesh. Today, it has well developed facilities, easy accessibility and numerous attractions making it one
of India's most popular hill resort. Situated in the lower ranges of the Himalayan mountains, it is surrounded by
pine deodar, oak and rhododendron forests.
ACCESS The airport is at Jubbar-Hatti, 23 km away. Shimla is connected to Kalka by an enchanting narrow gauge
railway line where even a quaint rail car ply. By road, Chandigarh is 117 km, Manali is 280 km, Chail is 45 km and
Delhi is at a distance of 370 km. From Delhi, Manali and Chandigarh, luxury coaches and taxis ply to Shimla. During
tourist season HPTDC also operates regular deluxe buses from Delhi and Manali to Shimla.
KUFRI (16 km): At 2501m, this is famous for its wide views and ski slopes. An enjoyable walk leads up to the
Mahasu Peak. At Kufri, Himachal Tourism runs Cafe Lalit.
FAGU (22 km): At 2510m, Fagu has some enchanting views. Himachal Tourism run Hotel Peach Blossom offers
CHAIL (45 km): This was a former Summer Capital of the Patiala State. The Palace has been converted to a Luxury
Hotel by Himachal Tourism.
ACCESS : The airport at Bhunter is 50 km from Manali where taxis and buses are available. The closest narrow gauge railhead is at
Joginder Nagar, 165 km away. The closest broad gauge rail heads are Chandigarh (310 km /8 hrs) and Ambala (355 km /9 hrs ). By road
the distance from Delhi is 570/14 Hrs km and from Shimla the distance is 280 km / 8 Hrs
Local sightseeing attraction includes, Hadimba Devi Temple – built in the tranquil and serene woods, Vashist Bath, Tibetan Monastery,
and Roerich art et.
One can enjoy breath-taking natural beauty by taking an excursion to Solang Valley (18 Kms) , Kullu 40 Km, Manikaran (85Kms) Naggar
25 kms Rohtang Pass 45 Kms (kothi, gulaba, vyas nala, Mahri, Rani Nal, Rahala fall can be seen enroute to Rohtang pass )
Numerous mountain passes lead in and out of Kullu, but one the most popular with trekking parties is the Rohtang, about 3,978 mt.
above sea level. It is easily the most convenient route from Manali and throughout the whole distance provides a charming variety of
scenery. The length of the pass is about 1 km. and has served as the route for many centuries for trade with Lahaul, Ladakh and to far
away countries in Central Asia. The road from Manali to Keylong passes over this pass which is 51 kms and the vest of the Rohtang
pass affords a wide spread panorama of mountain scenery.
The High snow clad Dhauladhar ranges form a magnificent backdrop to the hill resort of Dharamsala. This is the principal
township of Kangra district and overlooks wide spread of the plains. With dense pine and deodar forests, numerous streams,
cool healthy air, attractive surroundings and the nearby snowline, Dharamsala has everything for a perfect holiday. It is full of life
and yet peaceful. The headquarters of His Holiness the Dalai Lama are at upper Dharamsala. Covering a wide area in the form
of twin settlement, lower Dharamsala (1380m) is a busy commercial centre. While upper Dharamsala (1830m) with the suburbs
of Mcleodganj and Forsytheganj, retains a British flavor and colonial lifestyle. The charming church of St. John in the wilderness
is situated here and this is the final resting place of Lord Elgin, a British Viceroy of India during the 19th century. There is also a
large Tibetan community who have made this place their home. Numerous ancient temples like Jwalamukhi, Brijeshwari and
Chamunda lie on the plains below Dharamsala.
ACCESS : Dharamsala can be approached by air from Delhi. The nearest airport is at Gaggal, 13 km away. Pathankot, the
nearest broad gauge railway station is 85 km away and the toy train station is 17 km at Kangra. Taxis and Buses for
Dharamsala are available at both places. From Pathankot the drive takes about three hours or you can drive from Delhi (526
km) via Chandigarh, Kiratpur and Bilaspur and takes 12 hours.
CLIMATE : In winter, the temperature can drop to freezing point when heavy woolens are required. During summer, the climate
is mild and light woolens / cottons are recommended.
In western Himachal Pradesh, the hill station of Dalhousie is full of old world charm and holds lingering echos of the Raj era. It covers an
area of 14 sq. km. and is built on five hills - Kathlog, Patreyn, Tehra, Bakrota and Balun. It is named after the British governor General of
the 19th century, Lord Dalhousie. The town's average height is 2036 m, and is surrounded by varied vegetation - pines, deodars, oaks and
flowering rhododendron. Dalhousie has charming colonial architecture, including some beautiful churches. Its location presents
panoramic views of the plains and like a long silver line, the river Ravi twists and turns below Dalhousie. The spectacular snow-covered
Dhauladhar mountains are also visible form this enchanting town.
ACCESS : Dalhousie is 485 km by road from Delhi and 52 km from Chamba. The closest railhead is Pathankot, 80 km away. The airport at
Gaggal in Kangra is at a distance of 135 km . Taxis and buses are easily available from these places.
CLIMATE : In winter, the temperature can drop to freezing point when heavy woolens are required. The summer temperature are mild
and light woolens / cottons are recommended.
Often called India's Switzerland, the exquisite glade of Khajjiar (1960m) has a circumference of about 5 km. Along its fringes, thick forests
of deodar climb the slopes, the snow-line rests above these woods. At Khajjiar there is a 12th century temple dedicated to KhajjI Nag.
Within the temple are life size wooden images of the five Pandav brothers.
ACCESS : Khajjiar is connected by road and is 23 km from Dalhousie and 26 km from Chamba. It is 520 km from Delhi. The closest railhead
is at Pathankot, 120 km. The airport at Gaggal in Kangra is at a distance of 180 km. Taxis and buses are available from all these places.
CLIMATE : In winter, the temperature hovers around freezing point with snowfall and heavy woolens are required. In summer, the climate
is mild and light woolens / cottons are recommended.
Amritsar is a major commercial and cultural centre in the heart of Punjab. The city is the spiritual and cultural centre of
the Sikh religion and is home to the Harmandir Sahib, also known as the Golden Temple. Respectfully marvel at the
Indian and Pakistani soldiers who march-off nightly at the Wagha Border, and at the Jallian Wala Bagh the site of the
1919 Amritsar Massacre in 1919.
Golden Temple : The Golden Temple Amritsar India (Sri Harimandir Sahib Amritsar) is not only a central religious place
of the Sikhs, but also a symbol of human brotherhood and equality
Jalianwala bagh : A memoire marking the massacre of a peaceful crowd during the british reign on 13th April 1919
Wagah Boarder : The border with Pakistan lies roughly 30kms from Amritsar at Attari on the Grand Trunk Road to
Lahore and is one of the main access points overland to the neighbouring nation
Chandigarh is one of the most significant urban planning experiments of the 20th century. It is the only one of the
numerous urban planning schemes of Le Corbusier, the famous French architect-planner, to have actually been
It is also the site of some of his greatest architectural creations. The city has had far-reaching impact, ushering in a
modern idiom of architecture and city planning all over India and has become a symbol of planned urbanism. It is as
famous for its landscaping as for its architectural ambience. Most of the buildings are in pure, cubical form,
geometrically subdivided with emphasis on proportion, scale and detail.
Le Corbusier summed up his work on the city in an "edict", reproduced here in full:
PLACES OF INTEREST : ROCK GARDEN, ROSE GARDEN, SUKHNA LAKE, OTHER GARDENS