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Randomly selected Culture in Himachal Pradesh

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Kullu
A dish that is prepared with marinated lamb meat cooked in gravy of gram flour, yoghurt and Himachal spices. The authentic Pahari delicacy is loved by...
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Manali
Convert your fish catch into a yummy trout meal. This fish delicacy is made with marinated trout fish which is shallow fried in mustard oil with local...
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Dharamsala
Madra is one of the most famous delicacies in Himachal Pradesh. Soaked channa (chickpeas) or kidney beans are used as its base ingredient. It is cooke...
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Dharamsala
This is a soupy noodles dish with vegetable and chicken. It is a wholesome meal by itself and can be eaten with locally baked bread....


Randomly selected Destinations in Himachal Pradesh

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Dharamsala
While visiting Dharamshala, it feels like one has visited to a country dwelled by Tibetans. But the soul and the soil are truly welcoming. Located in ...
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Shimla
One of the most stunning hill resorts, Shimla is one of the most popular hill stations in northern India. Situated at an altitude of 2,205 meters, it ...
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Chamba
There are many stunning, intriguing places around the world, but very few are as beautiful and awe-inspiring as Chamba. Located in the bosom of green ...
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Kangra
At the confluence of the Bener and Majhi streams, Kangra town is famous for its temples. The most notable is the shrine dedicated to the goddess Brajr...


Randomly selected Monuments in Himachal Pradesh

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Shimla
The museum is located 2. 5 km west of the scandal point and opens daily except on Mondays and public holidays. It has got a good collection of ancient...
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Dharamsala
A walk around this museum is a pleasure. Situated in Kotwali Bazaar, this is a treasure trove of the Kangra Valley's arts and crafts. It includes a ga...
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Kasauli
Kuthar palace is a sprawling structure spread length-wise and attracts attention from a considerable distance. The facade of the palace is decorative ...
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Naggar
The Castle was converted into a rest house, a hundred year back and in 1978 this ancient building was handed over to HPTDC to run as a heritage hotel....


Randomly selected Nature in Himachal Pradesh

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Mandi
Nargu is one of the most densely populated protected areas of Himachal Pradesh, with human density above 100 per sq. km and livestock density 200 per ...
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Chamba
Chamba, the valley of milk and honey is known for its streams, meadows, temples, paintings, rumal ( handkerchief ) and lakes. Chamba has few rivals fo...
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Kullu
Khirganga National Park is a national park in Himachal Pradesh, India established in 2010. Established very recently in 2010, Khirganga National Park ...
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Kullu
The Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP), is one of India's national parks, is located in Kullu region in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The park was ...


Randomly selected Religious in Himachal Pradesh

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Chamba
This temple is located behind the City Police Post and Treasury building. As mentioned earlier Raja Sahil Varman built the temple in memory of his dau...
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Kullu
Located 13 km from Kullu in the Bhekhli village the temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhuvaneshwari who is the fifth aspect of Goddess Shakti (Goddess of...
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Shimla
Dedicated to Lord Hanuman, this temple is at an altitude of 8048 feet above sea level, near the highest point of Shimla ridge. It offers a panoramic v...
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Solan
The grand temple of Lord Shiva is perched on the scenic hilltop of Solan. The temple gets its name from 'Jata' (Tresses), which further signifies the ...