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Bestowed with intricate beauty and allure, evergreen forest, the picturesque hill station ‘Shimla’, located at an altitude of 2200m the capital of Himachal Pradesh has the power to completely rejuvenate once mind, body and soul. Due to its favourable climatic condition the hill station was declared as ‘summer capital of British India’ and the ‘king of hills’ in present times. The higher level of the town comprises of mostly Victorian style architecture while the lower hills are dominated by Indian bazaars and restaurants. The tourists are attracted by the Victorian architecture, the temples and churches and the natural environment of the city. The traffic being restricted in the historic central area purvey an atmosphere of pristine and tranquillity. The place also hosts an annual mountain biking race in the mountainous state of Himachal Pradesh which is considered as the biggest event of its kind in South Asia.
7kms for Shimla bus stand
2kms from Mall road Annandale is palisade with deodar trees serves as a picnic spot. Developed as the racecourse it was used by Britishers for sports like polo, cricket.
The mall road built during British reign is located a level below the ridge, is the main street and a prominent attraction for shopaholic. The area is laden with showrooms, shops, restaurants, cafes and department stores. The Himalayan emporium offers product that are unique, special and locally designed. The Gaiety theatre is also located in the Mall road.
Situated on the ridge near municipal library and built in neo-Gothic style the Christ Church is the 2nd oldest church of North India. Inside the church are five stained glass windows representing faith, hope, charity, patience, fortitude and humility.
It is working keenly in protecting the cultural heritage of the state. It proffers a collection of miniature Pahari paintings, Bronze wood carvings, sculptures and also costumes, textile and Jewellery of the region. The museum is closed on Mondays
Located on the Observatory hills of Shimla, formally the residence of British Viceroy of India houses some of the ancient articles, photographs of the times of British rule in India
17 kms from Shimla at an altitude of 2630m is located an exquisite destination called Kufri. The place offers winter sports and also has a small zoo.
Started by Lord Curzon in 1903, also included in UNESCO world heritage site, Mountain railways of India. The train covers 96kms track route and proffer stunning views between Kalka and Shimla in 5hrs with more than 806 bridges and 103 tunnels and came to be known as ‘British Jewel of the Orient’.
It is large open space, situated alongside the mall road and is a hub of all cultural activities of Shimla. The ridge road will also lead you to wooden craft market which offers handicrafts and souvenirs. The Ridge can be connoted as the city lifeline in terms of water reservoir as it houses large water tanks with a capacity of storing 10 Lakh gallons of water, beneath it. Summer festival held at the ridge is quite popular.
The point of linking of Mall road and Ridge road on the west side is called as Scandal point due to the supposed elopement of a British lady with an Indian Maharaja.
2kms from the city, Jakhoo temple situated at Shimla’s highest peak the Jakhoo hill, is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. The temple offers panoramic view of the city, the Himalayas and mesmerising view of sunrise and sunset. The 108 feet standing statue of Hanuman is among several masterpieces of the world. Jakhoo ropeway, the first ropeway in Shimla connects Jakhoo temple to the ridge.
Located at the top of the hill at 6781 feet above the sea level has a famous Lord Shiva temple. The hill is also known to offer beautiful views of Shimla and for annual fair organised at the mid of June.
Situated 11kms away from the Shimla bus stand, at the top of the Tara devi hill is a temple dedicated to the Goddess of stars. The headquarters of Bharat Scouts and Guides and military dairy town is located here.
Situated between Shimla and Junga, ‘temple of all faiths’ (Sarva Dharma Mandir) is a spiritual group dedicated to Mother Nature which attracts thousands of devotees every year.
Chail is at a distance of 45kms from Shimla and was built as the summer retreat by Maharaja of Patiala during British Reign. Today it is known for the world highest cricket ground (2200m) in the cantonment area.
Situated at a distance of 7kms from Shimla, the place provides its visitors with picturesque landscape, and also houses shrines of immense pilgrim’s significance.
The park is at a distance of 16kms from Shimla and offers adventure activities like flying fox, rock climbing, various rides, indoor golf & video games and boating.
The dense forest dominated by Himalayan Cedar tress is a home to wild life like barking deer, pheasant, flying squirrel, goral, porcupine, leopard and birds.