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Iconic Places To Visit In Hamirpur

Iconic Places To Visit In Hamirpur


Go ahead and read this blog to know about the iconic places to visit in Hamirpur. Himachal Pradesh’s Hamirpur district is the headquarters of the Hamirpur Municipal Council. The Shivalik Ranges surround the district. Located in the Lower West Central Outer Himalayas, Hamirpur is 790 M above sea level. From Dhauladhar Ranges, the city is viewed. The intersection also serves as a major junction for National Highway 3 and National Highway 103. Hamirpur is known for its high literacy rate, educational institutions, and Hamir Utsav festival.
By Air: Gaggal Airport, Dharamsala
By train: Kiratpur Sahib railway station
By Road: Regular bus services are available from Amned, Chamsai, Rohin, Dhamrol, Sunder Nagar, Mandi, Kullu, Solan, Shimla, Kalka, and Chandigarh.

  • From Jhaniari to Bhota, Hamirpur City is the chief commercial hub of the district along National Highway 3 and National Highway 103.

via: wikipedia

  • Regular HRTC Volvos and ordinary buses connect it to the National Capital. Airports at Kangra and Mohali are the nearest while the closest railway station is Una, 79km away.
  • In Hamirpur City, pine trees are abundant, and a good network of educational institutions, state universities, and skill-training centres is available.
  • The biggest holy shrine in Barsar tehsil is the Siddh Baba Balak Nath Temple in Deotsidh. It is located in the Sivalik Hills on the Deotsidh Dhar Range. 
Siddh Baba Balak Nath Temple

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  • Hamirpur is 44 kilometres away, Chandigarh is 185 kilometres away, Nangal Dam is 93 kilometres away, Una is 64 kilometres away, Barsar is 16 kilometres away, and Shah Talai is about 5 kilometres away. 
  • Gasota is home to the ancient Gasoteshwar Mahadev Temple, built by the Pandavas.
Gasoteshwar Mahadev Temple

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  • Hamirpur is Best Visited from February to December When the Temperatures are Ideal for Enjoying Outdoor Activities. Hamirpur is a perfect travel destination in both summers and winters. Enjoy outdoor adventures in Hamirpur, such as trekking, etc.
  • Awa Devi Temple is a popular tourist spot in Hamirpur and is a must-visit for travellers. 
  • Among the top tourist attractions in the city, the temple is one of the city’s top attractions. Naina Devi is located on the top of the Naina hill, 69 kilometres from Hamirpur. Made by Raja Bir Chand, it was the place where Sati fell and is a shakti peeth.

The cave of Vyasa is in Bilaspur, 61 miles from Hamirpur and the birthplace of the revered scholar. In this cave, Saint Vyasa may have meditated. The city is named after the cave itself. 

Blog Edited By Ritika Gupta

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