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Sujanpur Fort – A Legacy From History

Sujanpur Fort – A Legacy From History

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The Sujanpur fort lies on the banks of River Beas and close to the border of Kangra district. The fort is situated atop a hill and is popularly known as ‘Tira.’ The renowned fort was constructed in 1758 by Raja Abhaya Chand. During the early nineteenth century, Raja Sansar Chand resided at the Sujanpur fort.

Dalhausie Tourism

Chamera Lake, Dalhousie – A Wondrous Artificial Lake

Chamera Lake, Dalhousie – A Wondrous Artificial Lake

Dalhausie Tourism

The ChameraLake is created by the Chamera Dam on the RaviRiver at Chourah, in the Chamba district. The lake and the regions around are deemed the scenic highlight of the place. There are various water sports activities held here for tourists to be enjoyed. Chamera Lake is just 30-35 km from the famous hill resort Dalhousie. Being an artificial lake, it serves as

Rang Mahal Palace – Perfect Blend Of British and Mughal Architecture

Rang Mahal Palace – Perfect Blend Of British and Mughal Architecture

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Nestled in the lap of ‘Mother Nature’, Himachal Pradesh has lots to offer its tourists. The land of natural beauty boasts of several historical and religious monuments. Every monument has a rich history of its own, which continues to attract several tourists even to this day. The history of Himachal Pradesh is clearly reflected in

Bhuri Singh Museum

Bhuri Singh Museum

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A Treasure To The Past The beautiful town of Chamba lies on the bank of river Ravi and it is the land of tranquil beauty, art and antiquity. Chamba allures tourists from the every nook and corner of the globe. A large number of tourists are seen thronging this stunning place during winter to enjoy

Manimahesh Lake – The Sacred Home Of Lord Shiva

Manimahesh Lake – The Sacred Home Of Lord Shiva

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At the foot of snow capped Manimahesh Kailash, just 27 km from Bharmour is the Manimahesh Lake. It is believed that Lord Shiva along with Goddess Parvati resides here, which is why this place (the lake and the peak) hold a sacred value among the Hindu devotees. Each year, the Manimahesh fair, popularly known as