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Holy Himachal Pradesh

    1. Himachal, The Land of snow is one of the most beautiful states in India. It has a rich and varied landscape. Form the fertile plains to lush green, rain-fed valley; from the grassland, meadows and thick forests to barren moutainscape of cold-desert of spiti, nature presents striking contrast.
    2. “Snow – peaked, pine scented, flower sprangled Himachal Pradesh. A heaven in the heart of the Himalayas. Himachal Pradesh is cluterd with picturesque hilkl resort. Where you can breath pure mountain air, you can fish, treak Explore the county side or just gaze at the breath taking mountains”
    3. “He who goes to the hills, goes to his mother, the oving nourishing bounteous mother” The Puranas

    Himachal Pradesh is the land of snow, lofty peaks, cascading streams, alpine meadows & lush fruit-laden valleys. Many parts of the Himachal state have a distinctly Austrian look with conifer-clad mountains, chalet-like huts with overhanging balconies and serene blue valleys watered by snow-fed streams. Shimla the capital of Himachal Pradesh, is still very much a Raj township in appearance and atmosphere.

Himachal also store numerous wonderful hill stations, which are particularly cool in summers. Shimla, Dalhousie, Kullu, Manali and Kufri are a few of the hill Stations in Himachal Pradesh which offer breathtaking scenery and countless options of adventure sports. Dharamshala, where the Dalai Lama lives, is another important centre on the tourist map

It’s the abundant beauty of Himachal that gives its people their character of simplicity and modesty. Due to its varied climatic conditions and altitudes m the state can be divided into three regions: The trans Himalaya, of the cold desert of the Lahual,Spiti, and kinnaur’ the Himalaya,which is subdivided in the high and middle mountains, and the semi-arid zone consisting of the Shivalik foothills. Nearly one-third of Himachal is under forest cover and almost one fifth or twenty percent of the state is covered by national parks and sanctuaries. With thirty-one such areas, Himachal Pradesh has the second largest number of national parks and sanctuaries in the country.


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