Himachal Pradesh is a state in the north of India, which attracts millions of tourists from all over the world every year due to its beauty, nature and serene environment. Tourism is one of the fast growing industries here. Geographically Himachal Pradesh is surrounded by states like Tibet in the east, Punjab in the west, and Jammu and Kashmir in the north. Popularly known as Dev Bhoomi or Land of the Gods, this state is a paradise for tourists visiting here.The greenery, snow capped peaks, icy glaciers, enchanting lakes are enough to please any tourist visiting.
Almost all the districts of the state have always attracted the attention of tourists from all over the world due to their fascinating sites of sightseeing, religious places, fishing, mountaineering, foot gliding, trekking, river rafting, golfing, paragliding, skiing. The Tourism Department of Himachal Pradesh has divided the state into 4 district circuits which are as follows: Sutlej Circuit, Beas Circuit, Dhauladhar Circuit, Tribal Circuit. Beas River flows between the world famous tourist centers like Manali and Kullu, due to which visitors come here. Tourists enjoy the tranquil forests of pine and deodar that can fascinate any tourist who loves nature. Visitors can also enjoy the alpine fields, rocky slopes, colorful flowers and pastures equipped with gardens. While the tribal circuit here consists of snowy peaks, glaciers, frozen lakes pass, beautiful monasteries, lamas and yaks. Marked by rich cultural traditions, the region is always a hotspot for breathtaking adventure activities.
The Dhauladhar Circuit, also known as the Outer Himalayas, starts at Dalhousie and ends at Badrinath. This circuit can be clearly seen from the valley of Kangra. The Sutlej circuit provides a view of the ranges at the lower end of the Shivalik range from its high point. Surrounded by lush green apple orchards, pine forests, and the Sutlej River, this circuit offers scenic sightseeing opportunities for visitors. Nicknamed ‘Abode of Gods’, popular among the people of this state, there are many temples in this state, which include Jwalamukhi, Chamunda, Brajeshwari, Chintapurni, Baijnath, Lakshminarayana, Chaurasi have special importance as well as various gurudwaras and churches in the state. is. Paonta Sahib, Revalsar, and Manikaran are among the major Sikh pilgrimage centers where lakhs of people come to pay their respects every year.
While Christ Church Kasauli, Christ Church Shimla, and St. John’s Church are among the important Christian shrines. Great Himalayan National Park, Pin Valley National Park, Renuka Sanctuary, Pong Dam Sanctuary, Gopalpur Zoo, and Kufri have always wooed nature lovers and are popular with nature lovers! If people want to see the royal heritage and archaeological wonders of the region, then they must visit Kangra Fort, Jubbal Palaces, Naggar Castle, Kamru Fort, Gondla Fort, Christ Church, Chapsli, Wood Villa Palace, and Chail Palace area.
The ancient royal era and aesthetic art of the city has always been a major attraction here. For this, tourists visiting the state must visit the major museums and galleries of the state, which include the State Museum, Kangra Art Gallery, Bhuri Singh Museum, Roerich Art Gallery, and Shobha Singh Art Gallery.
Tourists visiting here for leisure and quiet environment must visit Parashar Lake, Khajjiar Lake, Renuka Lake, Gobindasagar Lake, Dal Lake, Pongdam Lake, Pandoh Lake, Manimahesh Lake, Brighu Lake, these places will give you unlimited peace. The ideal season to visit Himachal Pradesh is winter, as well as there is a large crowd of tourists in this season.
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