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Himachal

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•  Kalpa
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•  Chail
•  Solan
•  Manikaran
•  Mashobra
•  Nahan
•  Renukaji
•  Nalagarh
•  Parwanoo
•  Kasauli
 
 
Nahan
Nahan is situated on an isolated ridge in the Shiwalik hills, overlooking greenfields. Nahan is a well laid-out picturesque town, known for its cleanliness and dust free streets. Saint and princes are linked with the origin of Nahan. The city was founded as a capital by Raja Karan Prakash in 1621. Another version recalls a saint who lived with a companionable Nahar on the site where the Nahan palace now stands "Nahar" means a Lion and probably the town takes its name from this saint. Nahan situated at an altitude of 932 meters, is a good base for visits to the surrounding areas viz. Renuka, Paonta Sahib, Trilokpur temple and the Suketi Fossil Park. It has a pleasant climate throughout the year and is watered by man made lake and decorated with temples and gardens. It is the headquarter of Sirmaur district.

Renukaji
Renuka lake is situated at a height of 672 m and lies in Sirmour district. It is 123 km from Parwanoo, 60 km from Paonta Sahib via Sataun and 38 km from Nahan via Dadahu. With a circumference of 3214m, Renukaji is the largest natural lake in Himachal. Shaped like the profile of a reclining woman, this is regarded as the embodiment of the goddess Renuka. Near the lake's feet is another lake held sacred by Hindus, and is associated to a legend surrounding her son, the legendary sage Parshurama. Both have temples built around them and the main temple dedicated to Goddess Renuka is regarded to have been built overnight in 18th century. The lake lies in a long valley and surrounding slopes are covered with thick woods. The lake is full of colourful fish and other acquatic animals. The lake is surrounded by a wildlife sanctuary and a few other temples. Boating facility is available at the lake.

Nalagarh
Nalagarh is located at 31.05° N 76.72° E.[1] It has an average elevation of 372 metres (1220 feet). Nalagarh is a Semi Hilly Area . While the summers are hot and dry Winters are Dry and wet .Summers temperature does reach 45 degrees celsius, also it could be Humid , Which Make "Feel Temperature" at 50 degrees celsius .During rainy season strong winds are experienced . Yet Nalagarh Physically belongs to Himachal Pradesh but but the culture and others are like Punjab.

Nalagarh is the capital of the Kingdom of Hindur founded by Raja Ajai Chand in 1100 A.D.It was ruled by the Chandela Rajputs who originate from Chanderi in the Bundelkhand region of Central India. The famous Khajuraho Temples were built by the Chandela Kings of yore.The Fort was built during the region of Raja Bikram Chand in 1421. The present Raja of Nalagarh & his relatives extend a Royal Welcome.


 
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