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Nahan Fort

Nahan

Nahan

Nahan Fort

Nahan is a small town right in the middle of lush green mountains of Himachal Pradesh. The amazing beauty of Nahan conquers the hearts the very moment one steps into its realm. Verdant green woodlands, towering mountain ranges, perfectly carved river valleys and forceful blessings of mother nature at every step make Nahan a must visit for any nature and adventure lover. The town is situated right atop the stunning Shiwalik Hills.

Shimla Image

Shimla

Shimla

Shimla Image

Shimla is located in the north-west Himalayan region. Capital to Himachal Pradesh, it is one of the most thriving tourist destinations in India and brings blossoming prospects to Himachal Pradesh tourism. Shimla was the summer capital during the British Raj. The legacy of which are still strewn in form of architecture found in this city.

Solan

Solan

Solan

Solan

Solan is one of the twelve districts in Himachal Pradesh. It is spread in the area of 1936 kms. The Municipal Council of Himachal Pradesh is there in district Solan. It is located in the South and distances 5o kms from the State Capital, Shimla.

Manali kullu

Manali

Manali

Manali kullu

Administratively, Manali is a part of district Kullu. In the mountains of Himachal Pradesh, Manali is located at the northern end of Kullu. It is about 250 km far away from Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh. It is on of the biggest tourist destinations in India. Manali and the surrounding areas represent Indian culture and heritage. Manali is known to be home of Saptarshi or Seven Sages.

Kullu Manali

Kullu

Kullu

Kullu Manali

Kullu, best known as the land of Deities, is a beautiful valley gifted by Mother Nature to Himachal Pradesh, India. Earlier, it was known by the name Kulanthpitha. The meaning of Kulanthpitha is “the end of the habitable world”. And true, when you visit this place, you’ll really find it having something divine in its soil.

Kangra Valley

Kangra

Kangra

Kangra Valley

Kangra is situated in the serene laps of Western Himalayas and covers an area of more than 5739 kms. Sheltered by Dhauladhar range and surrounded by divine green valleys, Kangra lies between the two rivers – Sutlej and Ravi that make it a highly arable land.