A number of pilgrimage centers and Hindu temples are
situated in Himachal Pradesh.
Our preferred hotels in Himachal.
With all its intricacies, history seems to have
been the mortar for every brick and stone that has built Shimla. As the
summer capital of British India for well over a century it was the seat of
one of the most powerful governments in the world. From its cedar-shaded
heights, one fifth of the human race was ruled and the decisions made those
decades ago affect our lives to the present day.
The town of Shimla rose in the nineteenth century when the Gurkha Wars came
to an end in 1815-16 and the victorious British decided to retain certain
pockets as military outposts. In 1822 the most rigorous of dandies and the
greatest of sticklers for form Captain Charles Pratt Kennedy, Political
Agent to the Hill States directed that a house be built for him at the
village whose name is variously reported as Sheyamalaya Shumlah, Shimlu and
Shemlah. Kennedy House led the vanguard of the hundred-odd houses that were
to scatter themselves by 1841 over every level or gently inclining space.
Lured by the climate and terrain scores of European invalids began moving to
the station and the only stipulation of the local chief who owned the land
was that no tree be cut or cattle slaughtered.
In 1864 the Viceroy, John Lawrence anointed Shimla - then spelt Simla, as
the summer capital of British India. With Lawrence came the Viceroy Council,
the Imperial Secretariat, representatives of the Indian princes and foreign
envoys. As the town grew to become the workshop of the Empire, an awed
visitor observed, every pigeonhole cradled an embryo of a war or death.
Despite the fact that up to the time of Indian independence in 1947, Shimla
officially remained only the summer capital, yet the Government spent more
time in these hills than at the actual capital Calcutta and later New Delhi.
As the bearer of the Viceregal sceptre this tiny pocket became the cynosure
of British Empire. Imperial grandeur, and all the panoply and trappings of
power came along for the ride. And there was a popular local saying that
went, "You cannot sleep the nights in Simla for the sound of grinding
axes". A social whirl of parties, gymkhanas, balls, fancy fairs and
affaires du Coeur ensured that a heady mixture of scandal and intrigue
constantly wafted through the town.
Today the town is distinctive for its variety of architecture. It has one
of the rare surviving urban forests, made all the more unique, for its
species are temperate to alpine ones in what is otherwise a tropical zone.
And then Shimla's famous Mall offers one of the longest stretches of
pedestrian shopping in the world.
Sight seen at Shimla
THE RIDGE: This large open space in the
heart of town presents excellent views of the mountain ranges. Shimla's
landmarks - the neo- gothic structure of Christ Church and the neo - Tudor
library building - are worth seeing.
LAKKAR BAZAR: Popular for its wood crafts and Souvenirs, this is
just off the Ridge.
JAKHOO HILL (2.5 km): At 2455m, this is the town's highest peak and
a famous point for Shimla's famous views. The summit is crowned with a
temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. The hill is full of paths and narrow roads
which are enjoyable walks.
ST. MICHAEL'S CATHEDRAL: This dressed-stone church with fine stained
glass has a cruciform design. It is located just off the Mall, below the
STATE MUSEUM (3km): This houses a representative collection of
Himachal's rich heritage. Exhibits include archaeological artifacts,
carvings, paintings and sculptures. Closed on Monday and holidays.
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED STUDY (4 km): At 1983m, this
magnificent English renaissance structure was the former Viceregal Lodge.
Its lawns and woodland are added attractions. Entry by ticket ( nominal
charge ). A portion of the interior is also open to the public, except on
Sundays and holidays.
THE GLEN (4 km ): At 1830m, It is a thickly wooded ravine through
which a stream flows. It is a popular picnic spot.
ANNANDALE (4.5 km): Surrounded by a thick deodar forest, this large
glade has an ancient temple on the edge.
PROSPECT HILL AND KAMNA DEVI ( 6 km): At 2125m and crowned by a
temple dedicated to Kamna Devi, the Hill offers spectacular wide views of
the city and its environs.
SANKAT MOCHAN (7 km): This is a temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman.
TARA DEVI (11 km): 2044m, A thickly wooded hill with a temple
dedicated to Tara Devi.
MASHOBRA (12 km): At 2149m, this beautiful suburb is surrounded by
thick forests. From here, a track leads down to Sipur which is an exquisite
glade shaded by ancient deodar trees. There are old temples a fair is held
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 spectacular views.
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.
TATTAPANI (51 km): At 656m, there are hot sulphur springs believed
to have medicinal value.
Fagu is a tiny village aside a saddle-like mountain
along Hindustan Tibet Road. A rare range of views is visible from here,
which include vivid dales and snow clad peaks. The picturesque countryside
is dotted with clusters of villages, fruit gardens and nearby terraced
fields. Fog characterizes the hillside landscape endowed with romantic
ambience. Most of the area is covered with conifers of Himalayan cedar and
spruce. Located at an altitude of 2,450 m, Fagu, perhaps have derived its
name from the fog itself.
KUFRI (4 km): (2510 m) Famous for its ski
slopes also have enjoyable walks leading up to Mahasu Peak in proxomity. A
Nature Park and Mini Zoo are other places worth visiting. Hill ponies and
Yaks are available for a joy ride. HiPTDC here runs Cafe Lalit.
SHIMLA (22 km): (2205 m) Once a summer seat of Britesher, Shimla is
now the state capital of Himachal Pradesh. It has the rarest of the rare
heritage buildings and monuments of the bygone area. Worth seeing places are
- The legendary Mall Road, The Ridge, The Christ Church, Kali Bari Temple,
Jakhu Hanuman Temple, Sankat Mochan, State Museum, Institute of Advanced
CHAIL (27 km): (2226 m) provides many bounties of nature. Once the
summer capital of Maharaja of Patiala, the Kingly Palace decorated with some
historical objects as well, is now owned as a Heritage building by HPTDC.
Also famous for the world's highest Cricket Ground, Wildlife Sactuary and
Sidh Baba ka Mandir.
NARKANDA (42 km): (2708 m) On the Hindustan Tibet road, Narkanda
offers a spectacular view of higher snow ranges. An uphill trek (8 km)
through deodar woods leads beholder to Hatu Peak famous for ancient Hatu
Mata Temple (3475 m) which is now connected with a motorable road. During
winter, under the aegis of HPTDC, skiing is also conducted here. Kotgarh and
Thanedhar, Himachal's Apple heartland famous for delicious apples are
located in vicinity. HPTDC runs Hotel Hatu at Narkanda.
Located at distance of 22 km from Shimla, Naldehra
(2044 m) is a heaven for tourists. It boasts of the oldest 9 hole golf
course in the country. The well groomed Golf Course is a lovely verdant,
perhaps one of the finest and sporty in India. Crowned with a springing turf
the Golf Course was suggested by Lord Curzon. He was so enchanted by the
place that he gave his daughter Alexendra, "Naldehra" as her
second name. It is the venue of many competitions. The Nag temple is also
situated here and Naldehra derives its name from it.
Golf Course Naldehra is famous for world
famous Golf Course.
TATTAPANI At 656m, there are hot sulphur springs believed to have
covered with thick forests, acres filled with apple orchards, small
picturesque hamlets and remarkable views in all directions combine to make
Chindi (1825 m) and the area around it, one of the most beautiful places in
Himachal Pradesh. The area is still off the beaten track and yet, has good
facilities in terms of roads, small markets and accommodation. Chindi is an
excellent off-beat destination that holds the charms that Himachal is just
- The wide Karsog Valley lies below Chindi and has good excursion
spots. Apple orchards add thir attraction to the area and Chindi is
surrounded by them.
- The area has several temples that display a high level of traditional
craftmanship. Some of the important temples are - Mamleshwara Mahadev,
Kamakshya Mata, Mahunag, Ardhnarishwara, Aledi Mahadev, Palinag at
Nalagali, the sacred Bhima Rock, Churag temple, Nag Dhamooni at Sairi
Bangla, temple at Chatri and the temple of Nag Dhamooni at Saranda.
- The hike to Shikari Devi (3359 m) is possible from Chindi. The views
from Kunhoo Dhar (23 Km) are spectacular.
the National Highway 22, as you cross the State border from Haryana into
Himachal, Parwanoo (470 m) welcomes you. A couple of decades ago, this was a
sleepy little village and today, it is a major industrial town. For the
tourist, Parwanoo is a convenient base station to see and visit a number of
PINJORE (10 km) : Parwanoo is an excellent
base to visit the famous Mughal style garden at Pinjore.
DAGSHAI (28 km) : A one time British cantonment this small town is
surrounded by pine trees. It has an old church.
KASAULI (37 km) : A charming hill station with lots of old world
SABATHU (45 km) : Still a cantonment, it also has the remains of a
small hill station seems to live in time warp that belongs to the 19th
century. The narrow roads of Kasauli (1951m) slither up and down the
hillside and offer some magnificent vistas. Directly below is the spread of
vast plains of Punjab and Haryana which as darkness falls, unroll a gorgeous
carpet of twinkling lights. At 3647 m, the peak of Choor Chandni also called
the Choordhar powerfully dominates the lower hills and across the undulating
ranges, Shimla is visible.
The upper and lower malls run through Kasauli's length and one can enjoy
longs walks. A mixed forest of pine, oak and huge horse-chestnut encircles
the town. Its colonial ambience is reinforced by stretch of cobbled road,
quaint shops, gabled houses with charming facades and scores of neat little
gardens and orchards.
MONKEY POINT : 3.5 km from Hotel Ros Common,
a hill which derives its name from Rishi Man-Ki who used to worship an idol
of Lord Hanuman and later the summit was crowned with a small temple
dedicated to Lord Hanuman and presently being looked after by the personnel
of Air Force, stationed here. The area being restricted from security point
of view, no belongings like Camera etc are allowed.
OTHER ATTRACTIONS : Christ and the Baptist Church are examples of
Kasauli's colonial architecture. Central Research Institute established in
1906 by Dr. Sample prepares various vaccines. Kuthar (46 km) has an old
palace with wall paintings. The small Sanwara Station (16 km) on the Kalka
Shimla Railway line can make a good downhill hike from Kasauli.
BABA BALAK NATH TEMPLE : 3 km on the Hill top is a famous temple of
Sidh Baba Balak Nath.
SHIRDI SAI BABA MANDIR : Built in 1989 the famous temple is located
half km away from Garkhal. The idol of Sai Baba was built at Jaipur and the
burning flame in this temple signifies the divine power of Sai Baba of
Shirdi. LAWRENCE SCHOOL : Situated on top of the hill is the famous Lawrence
School. Mr. Henry Lawrence was the founder of this school. He also built the
first cottage in Kasauli known as Sunny Side in 1848.
the Kalka - Shimla Highway, Barog (1680m) has grown from a mere stopover to
a full-fledged destination. Surrounded by pine and oak forests, Barog has a
commanding setting. Barog makes a conveniently accessible destination and a
travel stopover to or from Shimla.
RAILWAY STATION (3 km) : On of the most
attractive station in the Scottish style on the Kalka - Shimla rail route.
DAGSHAI (7 km) : A one time British cantonment. This is small town
surrounded by pine trees and has an old church.
SOLAN (8 km ): Located on the National Highway - 22 Solan derives
its name from "Shoolini Devi" a local deity whose temple is
situated in Solan Graon which is in existence since ancient times. Solan
also remained capital of erstwhile Bhagat State for many years. A famous "Shoolini
Fair" is commemorated every year in 2nd week of June at Thoda Ground.
The town has various cultural and recreational centers besides temples and
churches. There are beautiful parks such as Children Park, Mohan Park and
Jawahar Park which have adequate arrangements for comfortable sitting and
strolling. A mini zoo in the park adds to the fascination of the
environment. Durga Club, Central State Library, Lower and Upper Bazaar and
Mall road are worth visiting. Ancient Durga Temple, Sanatan Dharm Mandir,
Hari and Narsingh Mandir are also quite famous.
SOLAN BREWERY (11 km) : This is in existence since 1855 AD. Formerly
Dyer Meakin Brewary, it is not only known in the country but also in foreign
countries for its products.
JATOLI (15 km) : 7 km from Solan this small but beautiful village on
Solan - Rajgarh road famous for Vishal Shiva temple.
DOLANJI BON MONASTERY (18 km) : On Solan - Rajgarh road there is a
small village known as Ochhghat. 5km from here on Narag-Sarahan road,
located at famous Bon Monastery known 'Yungdrung Bon Monastery' being run by
Yungdrung Bon Monastic Centre. This was founded in 1969 by the Abbot Lungtog
Tenpai Nyima. After 14 years of hard work, he managed to create a totally
self sufficient monastery with 120 monks, developing it into a thriving,
active centre of all branches of Tibetan traditional learning. On the eve of
New Year and on other occasions three sacred Bon dances are performed here
which are of great attraction.
KAROL GOOFA (17 km) : On the Karol Tibba (2135m) and 8 km from Solan
town is an ancient Sidh Goofa which is considered to be one of the longest
Goofa in Himalayan region. It starts from Karol and ends somewhere at
Pinjore. Besides Goddess Kali and Lord Hanuman temples, Thakur Mandir on top
of the hill are some the great attractions for the pilgrims and visitors.
The trek up to Karol is steep but quite enjoyable. This place is very
popular amongst the trekkers and adventurous picnickers.
HORTICULTURE AND FORESTRY UNIVERSITY (16 km) : In the surroundings
on Rajgarh Road the University is an unique centre of higher studies and
research in horticulture and forestry. The entire campus is worth seeing.
GAURA : Located alongside the Solan - Rajgarh road, this place is
famous for Mahasheer fishing in Giri river
RAJGARH (53 km): A picturesque area with numerous orchards and
picnic spots like Habban and Nacchana.
Renuka Lake (660 m) is regarded as the embodimezznt of Renukaji, the wife of
sage Jamadagini and mother of Parshuram, one of the ten Avtars of Lord
Vishnu. Shaped like a profile of a woman, the lake has the circumference of
2.5 km and is the largest in Himachal. This placid stretch of water is fed
by underground springs and the surrounding hills are padded by lush forests
that support a large variety of plant and animal life. Boating and trekking
are the additional attractions of Renukaji, whose natural beauty has to be
seen to be believed. This is perfect year around destination that beckons
Around Renuka ji
RENUKA LAKE : Legend has it that when the
evil Sahasarjuna killed the sage Jamadagini and tried to abduct his wife
Renuka. She flung herself into the water. The gods restored her to life and
this lake is regarded to be her embodiment. There is a row of temples along
its banks, and a track encircles the water. Boats are available on hire next
to the hotel.
PARASHURAMA TAL AND RENUKA TEMPLE (100M) : At the base of the Renuka
lake, this large pool is considered to embrace Lord Parshurama, who wished
to spend all eternity at his mother's feet. Reportedly built overnight by an
invading force of Gurkhas in early 19th Century, the original temple of
Renukaji is here. Both mother and son are reunited every year at a
celebratory fair held in November.
JAMU PEAK (8 km) : Above the lake is the peak where Rishi Jamadagini
is said to have meditated. A footpath leads to the peak. There is a small
temple and it offers an excellent view of the lake and surrounding area.
MINI ZOO (2 km) : You can boat across the lake or drive to this zoo,
which has Asiatic lions, spotted deer, lion tailed macaques, 'Nilgai'
Methuen, barking deer and Himalayan black bears.
LION SAFARI (2 km) : Adjoining the zoo, an armored van enters the
large enclosure allowing for a close glimpse of the lions within.
JATAUN (5 km) : The dam of the Giri Hydel Project is here and
angling for Mahaseer (river carp) may be done.
by sal forest and on the banks of river Yamuna, the historic town of Paonta
Sahib (350m) was founded by the Tenth Sikh guru, Guru Gobind Singh. When
only 16 years old, the Guru left Anandpur Sahib and on the invitation of
Raja Maidini Prakash of Sirmour, lived at this beautiful spot for over four
years. The historic gurudwara commemorates his stay and interestingly the
water of the Yamuna fall silent below this which happened at the Guru's
behest. The word Paonta means 'Space for a foothold'.
Around Paonta Sahib
GURUDWARA PAONTA SAHIB : This site was Guru
Gobind Singh's home for over four years and it was here that he wrote the
Dasam Granth. Within its precincts are the Sri Talab Asthan where he
disbursed salaries and the Sri Dastar Asthan were he judged the turban tying
competitions. At the Kavi Darbar Asthan, poetic symposia were held. There is
also a memorial to sage Kalpi and a museum that displays pens and weapons of
the period among other artefacts.
YAMUNA TEMPLE : This ancient shrine is immediately below the
gurudwara and is dedicated to the goddess Yamuna.
GURUDWARA TIRGARH SAHIB (22 km) : This is built on the hillock from
where Guru Gobind Singh shot arrows at the enemy.
GURUDWARA BHANGANI SAHIB (23 km) : This commemorates Guru Gobind
Singh's first battle when he defeated Raja Fateh Sahib and his allies.
SHIVA TEMPLE, PATLIAN (4.5 km) : Surrounded by fields and sal trees,
the linga in this temple is supposed to be steadily increasing in size.
SHRINE OF BABA GARIB NATH (8 km) : Located in a sal forest and with
an excellent view of the area, the shrine is revered by childless women.
RAM TEMPLE : Within Paonta Sahib the temple is located near the
Yamuna bridge. With exquisite marble work built in 1889 in the memory of
Raja Partap Chand of Kangra by his wife who originally belonged to Sirmour.
The Kirpal Dass Gurudwara is just part of the temple.
GURUDWARA SHERGARH SAHIB (12 km) : At this spot Guru Gobind Singh
beheaded a dangerous man eater tiger with a single swipe of this sword.
SIMBALWARA WILDLIFE SANCTUARY : 12 km off the main Paonta Sahib -
Nahan road, this is known for a variety of bird life.
SIRMOUR (16 km) : Here are the remains of the old capital of the
princely state of Sirmour. The town is said to have been destroyed by flood
in the 11th century, when it was cursed by a dancing girl.
NAGNAUNA TEMPLE (16 km) : Built in a hollow near the village of
Puruwallia, this temple is closely allied with the legend of Sirmour's
erstwhile ruling house.
KATASAN DEVI TEMPLE (30 km) : Also known as Uttam Wala Bara Ban,
this is on the Paonta Sahib - Nahan road. The Shrine is revered by local
people. At this spot, the forces of Sirmour defeated the marauding armies of
Ghulam Qadir Khan Rohilla.
NAHAN (45 km) : Built in a series of interlocking circles, this
charming town was founded by Raja Karan Prakash of Sirmour in 1621. It has
numerous pleasing walks, several temples, a gurudwara and interesting
FOSSIL PARK SAKETI (60 km) : This was the site of the largest fossil
find in the Shiwalik hills. The park has a museum and life size models of
animals that once roamed these tracts.
BALASUNDARI TEMPLE, TRILOKPUR (63 km) : Legend has it that the
Devi's pindi appeared in a bag brought by a local trader. The temple was
built by Raja Deep Parkash of Sirmour in 1573. Close by is a recently built
ADVENTURE AND FISHING : The most popular trek in the area is to the
3,647 meter high Choordhar - which poetically translates as the "Mountain
of the silver bangle". Fishing is possible on the Giri and Yamuna
rivers near Paonta Sahib.
Bhupinder Singh, Maharaja of Patiala was expelled from Shimla - The Summer
Capital of the British India, he decided to create his own capital for the
warm months. The little village of Chail was perfect. It lay surrounded by
magnificent deodar forests, Shimla was in direct vision and most
importantly, Chail at 2226 m was somewhat higher than British controlled
Shimla. Today, the Maharaja's creation can be experienced by everyone. And
for Himachal Tourism, now owner of the gracious mansion, every visitor is a
Royalty. Here is a resort in the true sense of the word. A beautiful Palace
with ornate furniture, charming cottages, delightful log huts, thick
forests, quiet walks, a 'lovers hill', an orchard of its own, elegant lawns,
badminton and lawn tennis court, billiards and even a children's park. Each
regally appointed room, each quaint cottage and every warm log hut offers a
memorable holiday. Whether you are on a honeymoon and in search of seclusion
or wish to organize a conference, Chail offers it all. Then, there are good
sightseeing places and possibility of some fishing and trekking. Chail also
has the world's highest cricket pitch and polo ground.
PLACES OF INTEREST
SIDH BABA KA MANDIR (1.5 km) : Maharaja
Bhupinder Singh originally began building his palace at this site. It is
said that a Sidh - saintly person - appeared before the Maharaja in dream
and declared that this was the place where he had this temple built.
CRICKET GROUND (3 km): Built in 1893, after leveling top of a hill,
it stands at 2444m and is the highest cricket pitch and polo ground in the
WILDLIFE SANCTUARY (3 km) : The Chail sanctuary has 'ghoral',
'kakkar', 'sambhar', red jungle fowl and 'khalij' and 'cheer' pheasants.
Machan like sighting posts have been built at Khuruin.
KUFRI : An enjoyable drive through forests and small villages leads
to this small but popular station. The Nature Park here is a great
attraction. A short trek leads to the Mahasu Peak with breathtaking views.
SADHUPUL : Between Kandaghat and Chail is this village and bridge
astride the Ashwani stream. A good picnic spot.
ADVENTURE AND FISHING : A dozen or so trek routes lead out of Chail.
Trails lead upto the Choor Peak and to Shimla. There is fishing on Giri
river at Gaura, 29 km away.
at an attitude of 2708 meters on the Hindustan Tibet road (NH - 22),
Narkanda offers a spectacular view of snow ranges. This is an ideal retreat
for the tourists who seek seclusion in mountains. It commands an unique view
of the eternal snow line, the inviting apple orchards and dense forests.
Narkanda is famous for Skiing & Winter sports. During these days the
slopes come alive with skiers. The skiing at Narkanda was started in 1980
and since then HPTDC is conducting skiing courses every year. Narkanda is a
gateway to apple country of Himachal Pradesh.
PLACES OF INTEREST
HATU PEAK (3300m) : 8 km from Narkanda, the
road is surrounded by pine and spruce trees. On top of the hill, ancient
Hatu Mata temple is located. The peak offers spectacular view of the entire
Himalayan ranges, snow clad mountains and in depths are the dense forests,
green fields and apple orchards. Hiking is recommended to reach the peak
KACHERI (1810m) : This place is located 0.5 km from Oddi, and 7 km
from Narkanda on NH - 22 and famous for ancient Mahamaya Temple.
KOTGARH AND THANEDHAR (1830m) : 17 km link road bifurcating from
Narkanda takes you to the Himachal's Horticultural heartland, Kotgarh and
Thanedhar, renown for apple orchards. The famous Stokes Farm is located at
Thanedhar. Stokes came to India on a trip and while on a summer visit to
Shimla, fell in love with its environments, which included the charming hill
folk and settled down in Kotgarh. He started the apple farm which soon
became renown with its Red Delicious, Golden Delicious and Royal
JALLORI PASS (3,550 m) : 90 km from Narkanda, passing through the
Sutlej Valley and crossing over to Luhri, Ani, Khanag through one of the
best scenery in the Kullu Valley takes you to Jallori Pass. A 30 minute
level walk from the Pass takes you to Sarolsar Lake among deep forests. See
nature at it's best.
the capital of the princely State of Bushahar, Rampur is presently one of
the biggest commercial town of Himachal Pradesh. It is located on the left
bank of river Sutlej. The town was once a major center on the old trade
route to Kinnaur, Tibet, Ladakh and China. Even today the tradition is as
vibrant as ever. Famous International Lavi Fair is held in November and Faag
Mela in March every year.
PLACES OF INTEREST
RAMPUR TOWN (924m) : There are many places
for sight-seeing. Its old Hindu and Buddhist shrines include the Ragunath
Temple, the Ayodhya Temple, the Narsingh Temple and the Dumgir Budh Temple
which has a large prayer wheel and holds important scriptures. In an
interesting colonial and traditional styles, the Padam Palace is one of
Rampur's major attractions
DUTT NAGAR (970m) : 12 km ancient village on the left bank of Sutlej
which derived its name from the ancient temple of god Dattreya.
NIRATH (950m) : 18 km, famous for ancient and unique Sun Temple
built in nagara style is one of the two temples in India dedicated to Lord
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