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HILLS STATION>HIMACHAL PRADESH> CHAMBA
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Population: 18,400 
Telephone Area Code : 018992.  
Situated 56 km frm Dalhousie, beyond Khajair, 


Chamba is at 926 meteres-quite a bit lower than Dalhousie so it is warmer in summer. Perched on a  ledge high  above the river Ravi it  has often been com pared with a medieval Italian village and is famed for its Temples. The town is famous for its Shepard's (Gaddis) who move there flock to the alpine pastures during the summer and descend at Kangra, Mandi & Bilaspur in the winter.

Temples:
Chamundra Temple it give a good hill top view of the Chamba with its slate-roof houses. Next to the Maharaja's palace is the Temple complex of Lakshmi Narayan which contains six Temples dedicated Lord Siva and Lord Vishnu. The sikhara-type Hariraya Temple is also dedicated to Lord Vishnu.
Bhuri Singh Meuseum:
This museum has a collection of art and culture of this region.

Places to stay
: The HPTDC has two tourist bunglows : the Hotel Champak with doubles, and the more up market Hotel Iravati, The hotel Akhand Chandi on college road has A/C Rooms. Hotel Janta is a cheaper option. The Gupta Dhaba is a good joint for food, The Olive Green Restaurant on Temple road is also recommended. At the Khalsa tea stall you can get the actual tea and toast with butter taste

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
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