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Some crazy and funny things to know about Himachalis and Himachal

In India there are a number of states and every state has own specialties. So here are some crazy things about Himachalis and Himachal which you will definitely love. Language Starting from the language, it seems very funny when you hear the translation of an English sentence in Himachali language. There are many funny word…

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Baba Balakrupi temple – A place with the natural and spiritual beauty

About temple: When we talk about Himachal, every individual thinks of spirituality and the natural beauty. One such place full with the spirituality and natural beauty is Baba Balakrupi Temple. The temple is situated in Balakrupi, a small place in Distt. Kangra (HP). It is one of the famous Hindu temples in Himachal Pradesh and…

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Narbadeshwar Temple Sujanpur, Hamirpur

The wife of Maharaja Sansar Chand, named Maharani Prasanni Devi built the temple 200 years ago in the Bhitti style of architecture. The temple is famous for paintings. The subjects are mostly taken from the love of Shiva-Parvati and Radha-Krisna. The temple is built in an open yard ‘Panchayatan style’ and scenes from Ramayana and…

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A Short journey to Deotsidh Baba Balak Nath Temple

The Deotsidh Baba Balak Nath Temple is located at a distance of approximately 45KM from district of Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh, India. The temple is situated at the village of “Chakmoh” and hill, known as Deotsidh which is the border of Bilaspur (other district of Himachal Pradesh) and Hamirpur. The cave temple of Baba Balak Nath…

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A journey to the fort Sujanpurt Tira

The district of Hamirpur having inherited its name from Raja Hamir Chand. One of the tehsil of Hamirpur is Sujanpur Tira, which is situated at a distance of 27kms from town and touches the Kangra border. There are few lanes, temples and palaces of Nadaun, Sujanpur and Hamirpur still echo with stories about Maharaja Sansar…

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