Himachal Landscape Embellish its Beauty

Himachal Pradesh is known as Deva Bhoomi the land of the gods. Himachal is

View of an Untouched Beauty

View of an Untouched Beauty

situated in the western himalayas. Himachal Pradesh is a mountainous state elevating about 350 meters (1,148 ft) to 6,000 meters (19,685 ft) above the sea level. Tribes such as the koilis, kinnars and kirats inhabited the region from pre-histotic era. Himachal Pradesh was established as a state on April 15, 1948.

Himachal Hill Stations is the favored destination for anybody who wanted to cool their mind and senses off the heat and sultry of Indian summers. Himachal Pradesh has been bestowed with picturesque beauty that is incorporated in the various hill stations. You can experience peace and serenity by visiting various pilgrimage destinations like temples and monestery in Himachal Pradesh that are really stupendous. There are many colonial monuments that form the monumental heritage of the region.

The drainage systems of Himachal Pradesh are sutlej, ravi, chenab, beas and yamuna. This Hill Station experience three seasons hot weather season, cold weather season and rainy season. It is considered as a fruit bowl of the country. Himachal Pradesh is a well known habitat to a variety of animals. There are around 1200 bird and 359 animal species in the state. Himachal Pradesh is divided into 12 districts Himachal Pradesh is divided into 12 districts namely, kangra, hamirpur, mandi, bilaspur, una, chamba, lahul and spiti, sirmaur, kinnaur, kullu, solan and shimla. Roads are the major mode of transport in the hilly terrains of Himachal Pradesh.


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