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Some Interesting Facts About Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh

Hamirpur was formerly known as Trigarta, according to historians. The Mahabharata is where we first encounter it. The Trigarta king, who sided with Duryodhana during the Kurukshetra war, is thought to have been the ruler of Hamirpur. Long before the Mahabharata, this area was home to a rich culture. It's

7 Main Attractions To Visit In Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh

Hamirpur, a little paradise in the steep town of Kangra in Himachal Pradesh, never ceases to charm its tourists with its beautiful visual beauty and cultural atmosphere. The town serves as the administrative centre for the same-named district, and crowds of religious pilgrims and spiritual searchers go to the town's

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'

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

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