Doda- A district in Jammu and Kashmir

Doda District, Jammu & KashmirDoda is a district situated at Jammu and Kashmir at an altitude of 1107 meters above sea level. This district comes under Jammu division. After being separated from Udhampur district in 1948, it is emerged as a separate district. The district is named after a utensil maker came from Multan.

➤Tourist places located around Doda Between nature, Doda is an ideal tourist destination. The names of the major attractions of this destination are - Bhaderwah, Chinta valley and Bhal Padri. Bhaderwah is a prominent pilgrim center for Hindus, known as Kailash Yatra. This visit commences from the beginning of August every year.
Chinta Valley is surrounded by dense coniferous forest, which is a very picturesque valley situated in Bhaderwah, this valley is located at an altitude of 6500 feet above sea level. Sioz grassland, here is another beautiful place which is popular with the name of diamond in the crown of Bhaderwah. This meadow is surrounded by magnificent s…

Jammu and Kahmir- The Paradise of Earth

Jammu & KashmirJammu and Kashmir is a state of India. It holds a special place around the world for its natural beauty. Jammu and Kashmir basically shares its borders in three areas i.e. it includes Kashmir Valley, Jammu and Ladakh. Jammu and Kashmir is a popular tourist attraction, so tourists can come here anytime to spend their holiday. Apart from the nature lovers, this place holds a special position in the heart of the enthusiasts engaged in adventure activities. The famous Mughal Emperor Jahangir, was always called the lion of this place. The emperor believed that if there is a paradise on earth then it is right here. Kashmir is one of the most beautiful places of the world, along with its magnificent mountain ranges, crystal clear stream, temple, glacier, and gardens make this place magnificent.

➤Languages ​​of Jammu and Kashmir The official language of the state of Jammu and Kashmir is Urdu which is written in Persian script and is widely spoken in the entire state. Other la…

Top Tourist Places in Una, Himachal Pradesh


Una, famous for Gateway of Himachal Pradesh, is a beautiful place of the state situated at an altitude of 369 meters above sea level. Due to being close to Punjab, there is also the effect of Sikh culture here. With its historic sites and temples, Una is a famous tourist spot of Himachal Pradesh. You can visit here for natural beauty and spiritual experience. Since it is located at the height, so relaxing holidays can be spent here during the summer.

➤Places to Visit in Una ➥Pong Dam Built on Beas river, Pong Dam is considered as one of the famous attractions here. This area is situated at 436 feet above sea level, which also boasts a wildlife sanctuary inside it. This sanctuary serves as a safe home for many organisms, in which you can see tiger, deer, sambar, wild boar etc. Apart from this you can get a chance to see different bird species here. This is an ideal destination for photography and picnics.
➥Thaneek Pura Near Una, you can plan a trip to Thaneek Pura hil…

An Attractive Tourist Place of Himachal Pradesh- Solan

Solan, Himachal Pradesh
The most beautiful natural city of Himachal Pradesh, Solan is famous not only for its merits but also because of its beauty, it has always been attracting tourists. The name of this district comes from Mata Shoolini Devi. Here people mainly cultivate mushroom crop so this city is also called as Mushroom city. This place is located at an elevation of 1600 metres. Solan is also known as City of Red Gold because of the bulk production of tomatoes.

➤Places to Visit in SolanAlthough there are many places to visit in Solan, but the main places from which you are able to see the beauty of Solan are Barog, Karol Tibba, Sanawar, Chail, Dagshai, Kasauli, Monkey Point, Amravati Hills, Dolanji, Kunihar Valley, Mall Road, Mohan National Heritage Park, Platinum Mall etc.
➥BarogBarog is an extremely beautiful tunnel around which an invaluable sight of natural beauty. From here the toy train passes. With this train, you can go to Shimla.

➥Karol CaveIn the longest caves of Himachal…

Sirmaur, Himachal Pradesh || Himalayan High Hills

Sirmaur, Himachal Pradesh One of the natural treasures of Himachal Pradesh, Sirmaur is known as a bowl of Peach (fruit). Located in the southeast of the state, this site was established in 1090 AD by King Rasalu of Jaisalmer. During the British period in India, this region has remained a princely state. At present Sirmaur is counted as one of the most special tourist destinations in Himachal Pradesh with its various natural sites. With the Himalayan landscape, Sirmaur invites all kind of tourists to come here. The friendly atmosphere here is considered ideal for a pleasant holiday.

There are six tehsils in this district as Nahan, Renuka, Paonta Sahib, Rajgarh and Shillai. The Giri River divides this district into two equal parts that is Giripar and Giriwar.

➤Main Places of Interest in this Sirmaur district:➥Churdhar You can start the journey of Sirmaur from the religious places here. Located at an elevation of 3,647 meters above sea level, it is one of the highest peaks in the state.…

A tourist guide of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh

Shimla is a beautiful hill station, which is the capital of Himachal Pradesh. Located at an elevation of 2202 meters above sea level, this place is also known as 'Queen of Hill Stations'. The present district of Shimla was built in 1972. In 1864 this place was declared the Summer Capital of British India. After independence this place was also the capital of Punjab for some time. Later, Shimla was made the capital of Himachal Pradesh.
➤Paradise of passengersTourists can enjoy the breathtaking views of this mountain range, with a wide open area ridge, which is linked to the Lakkar Market and Scandal Point. The Jakhu temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman, which is located at an altitude of 8048 meters above sea level. The beautiful Christ Church, designed by Colonel J. T. Boileau, is decorated with colourful glasses, which have views of the ridge.Dorje Drak Monastery related to Nyingma tradition, which exhibits Tibetan Buddhist culture. On the other hand, the Kali Bari temple is d…

Mandi, Himachal Pradesh- A famous tourist Place

Mandi is situated in the Indian state Himachal Pradesh. It is known as Varanasi of Hills. This place is situated on the banks of the river Beas in Himachal Pradesh. This historic town was formerly known as Mandav Nagar, which was based on the name of the great sage Mandav.

➤Mandi district has a total  area of 3950 square kilometres contains 3374 villages. This district has a total population of 999,777 in which 498,065 are male and 501,712 are female. Mainly Hindi, Pahadi and Mandyali languages are spoken in this district.

➤This place is famous for the stone temple. There is more than 300 Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and mother Kali. The ancient temples here include Panchavaktra Temple, Ardhnarishwar Temple and Triloknath Temple.

●The oldest temple in this district is Bhootnath Temple, which was constructed in 1520 AD. The Guru Govind Singh Gurudwara also attracts tourists very much.

●Mandi's Shikari Peak is a renowned tourist spot located at an altitude of 11,500 feet ab…