Location & description
Himachal Pradesh is a relatively small Indian State in the upper North India with its Northern border with Jammu and Kashmir and Eastern border, the mighty Himalayas.
The State is formed largely of Himalayan mountains and valleys and is fondly called as “The land of Gods or देवभूमि”.
In spite of its hilly nature, every village in Himachal Pradesh reportedly has three essentials in the form of Road access, Electricity and Drinking water supply.
The people are religious and welcoming in nature and its scenic beauty is spread all across the State.
The more famous tourist destinations in Himachal Pradesh are Dharamshala, Dalhousie, Khajjiar, Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary, McLeodGanj, Chamba, Kangra valley, Shimla, Kullu, Manali, and Lahaul and Spiti valley.
Shimla is the State capital of Himachal Pradesh which is one of the most favoured tourist destinations for lovers of Himalayan scenic beauty.