Mashobra


Mashobra is a beautiful village that lies on the road leading from Shimla to Naldera. This is situated at an elevation of 2148 meters above the sea level and is about six miles from Shimla Church.

The entire valley is covered by dense woods of oaks and pines and is ideal for taking a pleasant walk in the midst of extremely soothing climate.

One of the greatest places to visit at Mashobra in Himachal Pradesh is the Goddess Durga temple. The place has an enormous religious importance for not only the people of Himachal Pradesh but also to the tourists.

Mashobra is an exceptionally beautiful place. The hilly flora and fauna adds to the exotic beauty of the place. The place features sprawling gardens and plantations here and there unveiling colorful daffodils, hyacinths, asphodels and celandines. The place of Mashobra is a well known spot for picnic.

Mashobra attracts tourists for its utmost tranquility. The well known Craignano Resort is only three kilometers from Mashobra.

Sipur is a lovely place closely located to Mashobra that is a nice tourist hang out amidst shadows of cedar trees. The highest peak of the belt named Shali can be reached by trekking from Mashobra.

The enchanting view of the snow cracked mountain ranges with ridges and gorges is stunning. Mashobra is also very well known for its enormous apple groves.

The Oberoi Group's Wildflower Hall Mashobra at Shimla is built after the name of the place. The lifestyle is very simple at Mashobra with most of the people earning their livelihood from farming and shopkeeping. Some of the old British structures are still there .

Last Updated on : 25 March 2011





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