Cities in Himachal Pradesh


City Map of Himachal Pradesh

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City Map of Himachal Pradesh Shimla City Map JAMMU & KASHMIR CHANDIGARH PUNJAB HARYANA UTTAR PRADESH UTTRAKHAND CHINA
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The magical charm of Himachal Pradesh is manifested by its lofty snow capped peaks, the lush meadows and the picturesque valleys dotted with the meandering streams that allures tourists into falling in love with the state. The Cities in Himachal Pradesh with their old-world charm are a popular tourist destination.

The celestial beauty of Himachal Pradesh’s cities illustrates a pretty picture of nature at its best. Shimla, the erstwhile capital of British India has been aptly associated with the nom de plume Queen of the Hill Stations. Shimla, the capital city offers a stunning backdrop of dense forests and garden with orchid and rhododendron blooms. The congenial and salubrious climate of Himachal Pradesh draws tourists to its picturesque cities and hill stations of Shimla, Kullu, Manali, Dalhousie, and Dharamsala, where they relax amidst the spellbinding scenic settings.

Chail, Parwanoo, Kufri, Pragpur, Solan, Mandi, Harimpur, Una, Nahan, Bilaspur, Kasauli, Bharmaur, Barog and Jogindernagar are some other cities that have retained their quaint charm and captivating beauty. The fresh billowing zephyr refreshes weary tourists, exhausted by the humdrum of everyday life in a chaotic concrete jungle. The tranquil quietude of the place unperturbed by the ravages of time enchants people.

The consecrated and revered shrines, mosques, cathedrals and monasteries enhance the scenic and almost ethereal beauty of Himachal Pradesh.


Last Updated on : 19/04/2013






     


     

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