Cultural in Chamba (~7/29 )

Culture of Himachal

Culture is the facet of any state and introduces that state's identity to the world. The rich culture of Himachal Pradesh has seen the effect of various tribal clans, such as Kinnars, Sulehria, Pan

Early history of Chamba

Chamba is the only state in northern India to preserve a well-documented history from circa 500 A.D. Its high mountain ranges have given it a sheltered position and helped in preserving its centuri

Hari Rai temple

Hari Rai temple Lord Vishnu Chaugan chamba Himachal Pradesh

This temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and dates back to 11th century. It was probably built by Salabahana. This temple lies in the north-west corner of the main Chaugan, which had became the offi

Kalatop Khajjiar Wildlife Sanctuary

Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary Chamba Himachal Pradesh

Kalatop Khajjiar Wildlife Sanctuary is a 30.69 km² animal sanctuary at Kalatop and Khajjiar in the Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh, India. The sanctu

Leo kinnaur

Leo kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh

About 105 kms from Reckong Peo pearched on small rocky eminence, on the right bank of Spiti river, and at the confluence of the Lipak torrent flowing from the west is the hqrs. of sub-tehsil Hangra

Manimahesh

Manimahesh lake chamba

Manimahesh is 27 km from Bharmour. During the mela days sufficient bus service is available upto Hadsar, 14 km from Bharmour. The pilgrimage is generally done in two stages. Between Dhanchho and Ma

Nako Lake Kinnaur

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Nako(3663m): Situated above 3 kms above the Hangrang valley road and is 119 kms from Kalpa on the western direction of the huge mountains of Pargial. This is the highest village in the valley and t

Pangi Valley

Pangi Valley Chamba Himachal Pradesh

Full of grandeur and tribal majesty is the land locked valley of Pangi, 173 km from Chamba via Sach Pass (4414 m). It is one of the sub-division of Chamba district surrounded by the Peer Panjal &am

Sui Mata temple

Sui Mata temple chamba Himachal Pradesh

This temple can be divided into three parts which can physically spread apart. The temple of Sui Mata is on an elevation of Shah Madar Hill. A steep flight of steps comes down to a small pavilion