Kangra Himachal Pradesh

 

Milan captain and Bener streams Kangra in Himachal Pradesh is a tourist spot located. Nestled in Shivalik range of Kangra valley between Dhauladhar range and Banganga section of the city is visible. It is commonly known as Dev Bhoomi, which means the abode of the gods. According to the Vedas, various non-Aryan tribal community lived here before the arrival of the Aryans. In the great Indian epic Mahabharata, Kangra, has been referred to as the Trigart state.

Kangra town in the 10th century by Mohammed Ghazni came under Muslim rule after the attack. After this, Katoch dynasty, the oldest living dynasty, came under. First Anglo - Sikh after the conclusion of the war, Kangra was occupied by the British. In 1846, it became a district of colonial India. After the partition of India in 1947 became a part of Punjab in 1947, but in 1966 was transferred to HP.

Travelers Curreri lake in Kangra, Bglmuki Temple and Mahadev Temple Kaleshhwar can visit various beautiful tourist destinations. Curreri majestic lake, sea level, located at an altitude of 2934 meters, which can be accessed from a trekking route. Snow melt water lake meets the Dhauladhar range. Kaleshhwar Mahadev Temple Shivling installed below ground level and appeal to the destination attracts many people.

Haripur - Guler, which displays the heritage of the Principality Guler and Kangra Brijeshhwari temples are famous tourist destinations. Brijeshhwari temple pilgrimage center where a large number of devotees visits every day. Wetlands under the Ramsar Convention, Maharana Pratap Sagar, bird-watching attracts many tourists because of various species of migratory birds can be seen here. Kotla fort, Shahpur and Nurpur in Kangra, located on the highway, is very popular among tourists.

The fort was built under the patronage of the kings of Guler. Bglmuki Temple, located at the main entrance of the fort, Kangra attracts the tourists. Located 15 km south of Kangra, Kangra masrur temple complex is a major tourist destination. Built in the 10th century and Indian - Aryan architectural style made from a single piece of rock, the Ajanta - Ellora temple looks like. The complex has 15 temples, the main temple of the Hindu god Ram, Lakshman (his brother), Sita (his wife) and Shiva (the Hindu god of destruction) is dedicated to.

Other tourist attractions Dhauladhar ranges of Kangra, Brijeshhwari Temple, Nadaun, Kathgdh, Jawali temple, Kangra Art Gallery, SUJANPUR Fort, Justice Court, and Shiva temples. In addition, hospice, Behna Mahadev, Pong Lake Sanctuary, Temple principle, Mcloid Ganj,

Taragarh Palace, and other major attractions in the region include Fort Nagrkot. International Himalayan Festival, held annually in the month of December, the area is a popular festival. The festival Dalai Lama was awarded the Nobel Prize for peace is celebrated in the memory.

The main objective of the festival is to enhance cohesion between the Tibetans. Besides sightseeing, visitors can track where in order to pass through Kangra here you can discover spectacular landscapes. Curreri many adventurous trekking routes lead to the lake and masrur places like temples.

Beautiful Kangra valley of Chamba Travelers can start a trip. Trekking routes to Laka, commonly known as the Indrahara, and Minkaini most popular trekking routes in the region. Kangra Valley Hospice in five other important trekking routes - Laka, the Mcleodganj - Minikaini pass - Chamba, Dharamshala - Tlaँg, the Baijnath - outsider holdings and Bhim - Gsturi do.
Kangra easily by air, road and rail can be accessed via. Travelers can visit the place during monsoon climate is favorable for outdoor activities.

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