An Unforgettable place to capture your heart
Often known as the place of maharajas, Chamba lies along the valley of river Ravi. High mountains, rising sun, magical landscape, and more will give you an unforgettable time. Once you reach Chamba, you will feel as if the high-floating clouds are welcoming you. The flowing water of the Ravi and the mesmerising sound of winds and trees will give you a fresh and energetic feeling.
Chamba is also famous for its temples, the Mughals Empire, and beautiful architecture. The district covers various tourist spots, including Pangi, Khajjiar, and Dalhousie. The immense beauty of the surroundings will touch your heart and soul, and that is why it remains one of the favourite tourist destinations.
The main center of attraction is the Lakshmi Narayan Temple, which is supposed to be built by Raja Sahil Verma in the 10th century. This temple is a spot for 6 other temples dedicated to either Vishnu or Shiva. Minjair Mela is another activity to watch. The Mela is organized every year in the month of August. It all started in the year 935 AD when the ruler of that time organised this mela to thank God for providing better yield. Ever since then, it is being enthusiastically celebrated every year. People from all parts of India come to witness this cultural heritage. There are various other spots that can take your breath away. Some of them include Pangi and Bharmour. You have to take multiple hops to explore the entire Chamba.
The place is great to go all through the year. Summers remains mild with a maximum temperature not exceeding 35 degree Celsius. Monsoon experiences intermittent showers and is quite pleasant. However, winters are cold and gives heavy rainfall
Among various places to visit near Delhi, Chamba is a little far at a distance of 573 kilometres. However, there are various options to reach Chamba from Delhi. With well-connected roads, the best option is to take a taxi or a bus. You can also reach Chamba easily from other nearby places like Dehradun, Rishikesh, Haridwar, etc.