Hotels in Khajjiar Dharamshala Dalhousei

Hotels in Khajjiar Dharamshala Dalhousei

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About Khajjiar Dalhousie Dharmashala

Region : Northern India
Established : January 25, 1971
Capital : Shimla
Size : 55,673 sq km
Rivers : Chenab, the Ravi, the Beas, the Sutlej and the Yamuna
Forest / Park : Great Himalayan National Park, Pin Valley National Park. Himachal Pradesh has thirty two wildlife sanctuaries.
Neighbour States : Jammu and Kashmir on the north, Punjab on the west and south-west, Haryanaand Uttarakhand on the south-east and by the Tibet Autonomous Region on the east.
State Animal : Musk Deer
State Bird : Monal
State Tree : Deodar
State Flower : Monal

 Himachal Pradesh is a beautiful hill state in India, nestles in north-west region of western Himalayas. The literal meaning of Himachal Pradesh is In the lap of Himalayas.

The history of the area that now constitutes Himachal Pradesh dates back to the time when the Indus valley civilisation flourished between 2250 and 1750 BCE.Tribes such as the Koilis, Halis, Dagis, Dhaugris, Dasa, Khasas, Kinnars and Kirats inhabited the region from pre-historic era. During the Vedic period, several small republics known as “Janapada” existed which were later conquered by the Gupta Empire.

The British territories in the hill came under British Crown after Queen Victoria’s proclamation of 1858. Himachal Pradesh became a Union Territory on 1 November 1956.

The state is known to be abundant in natural beauty From vast tracts of high-altitude Trans-Himalayan desert to dense green deodar forests, from apple orchards to cultivated terraces, from snowcapped high Himalayan mountain ranges to snow fed lakes and gushing rivers.

Khajjiar, a hill station in Chamba district, is surrounded by thick forest of deodar, popular for its panoramic snowline view of Western Himalayas. Khajiar is a part of the Kalatop-Khajiar Sanctuary.This citadel of Himachal hills has a unique combination of three ecosystems: lake, pasture and forest.Khajjiar (6500 ft) at the foothills of the Dhauladhar ranges located on a small plateau with a small lake in the middle covered over with weeds. It is called the Switzerland of India. Walking through dense pine forests is the best way to understand Khajjia. Thick deodars, pines and picturesque green meadows are the beauty of Khajjiar. The tourists gather here to enjoy and feel the wide range of views of the mountains.   Dalhousie (2036 m) is in the district of Chamba of Himachal Pradesh state. Dalhousie, a mesmerizing hill resort located in the Dhauladhar range of Western Himachal is built on five hills viz. – Kathlog, Patreyn, Tehra, Bakrota and Balun. Varieties of green vegetation i.e. pines, deodar, oaks and flowering rhododendron covers the town. During the reign of British the city was named after the British Governor Lord Dalhosue.In its majestic structural design Dalhousie’s charm is second to none. The hill station houses some beautiful churches and offers wide range of views of the plateau. The river Ravi flows below Dalhousie. The impressive and charming snow-covered mountains are also noticeable from this enchanting town.  The place is ideal for having long walking as also for picnic and trekking walking down through Deodars, Pines and oaks with a  eye-catching 180 degree view of the snowcapped Dhauladhar range. Dalhousie has charming colonial architecture.A couple of fantastic churches (St. Andrew’s Church, St. Patrick’s Church, St. Francis church and St.John’s Church) bearing it colonial memories can become your one of the point of interests.   The Holiness of Dalai Lama, this Dharmashala is situated at an elevation of 1830 Mtrs in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. Dharmashala has a magnificent view of snowysnow capped peaks, deodar and pine forests, tea gardens and beautiful hills spreaded at the foot of Dhauladhar range. The place is divided into two parts, lower Dharmashala and Upper Dharmashala. The first one is the Civil and business area with Courts and Kotwali bazaar and the second one is composed of places like Mcleod Ganj and Forsythe Ganj.

Travel warning: No use of plastics allowed. No smoking zone.

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