Himachal Pradesh is major choice for tourism destinations in India. Rich with natural beauty , In Himachal Pradesh there are a lot of beautiful rivers, lakes, Valley views, Hills, Forests etc which no one would like to miss ever.
Construction of this residential building of the Chamba family was started by Raja Umed Singh sometimes between 1748-1764 AD. The place was rebuilt and renovated during the reign of Raja Sham Singh
Bagsaid valley is a little plain valley surrounded by hills and villeges of Keolidhar, Rahidhar, Kandha and Raingalu. It is one of green valley of mandi District and is situated on the bank of a sm
On the top of a hill known as Bahadurpur the highest point (1,980m) in the district near Tepra Village in Paragana Bahadurpur, after covering a distance of about 40-km from Bilaspur. The beautiful
Banjar is a town and a nagar panchayat in Kullu district in the state of Himachal Pradesh, India.Banjar is a small town locates in kullu district below Jalori pass that links Kullu and SHimla Distr
Barog is a small hill station in Solan district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.
Barog is situated at the height of 1,600m. One can have a panoramic view of Churdhar Pe
Situated at Bhakra village of Bilaspur, about 13-km upstream from Nangal township, it is one of the highest straight gravity dams in the world. The lake is about 90-km long, covering an area of abo
65 kms from Chamba is the land of legendary Gaddies, i.e. Bharmaur. Known as Brahmpur in the 6th century, was the seat of power of Chamba state for some 400 years till AD 920, when a new capital wa
Bhuri Singh Museum at Chamba opened formally on 14-09-1908, it is named after Raja Bhuri Singh who ruled Chamba from 1904 to 1919. Bhuri Singh donated his family collection of paintings to the muse
Chadwick falls is 7 km away from the town, past the Summer Hill, surrounded by woods, rain-fed falls greet the visitors here. Chadwick falls of Shimla have been one of the major attractions for a n
At a distance of 122 kms. from Kalpa,is a collection of 4 hamlets in Pargna Shuwa, sub-tehsil, Hangrang on the left bank of river Spiti. It is encircled on every side by high hills which is a witne