Some of the greatest rivers of India originate from Himachal Pradesh. To name a few, River Ravi, Beas, and Chandra Bhaga originate from the Himalayan highlands of Himachal Pradesh form a river system of Himachal Pradesh.
Himachal Pradesh is one of the very few states of India that have a rich forest land cover. There are as many as 32 Wildlife Sanctuaries in Himachal Pradesh, three Ramsar Wetlands (about which we will talk in a separate post), and Five National Parks.
In our previous posts, we talked about Mountain Passes & Jots of Himachal Pradesh and Protected Monuments of Himachal Pradesh. Today we discuss about the Mountain Peaks in Himachal Pradesh. Himachal has been blessed by the mountain Gods in abundance. From its Northern corner in Lahaul to its Southern corner in Sirmaur, you will see… Read More »
In our previous post, we talked about the Protected Monuments and Forts of Himachal Pradesh. Today we discuss in brief about the various mountain passes of Himachal Pradesh. The famous mountaineer, Harish Kapadia has aptly mentioned Himachal as the Land of Mountains and Passes.
Some of the most popular and frequently visited Hot Water Springs of Himachal Pradesh are Manikaran Springs in Kullu, Tattapani Springs in Mandi, Bhagsunath Spring in Dharamsala and Kalath Springs in Kullu . However, there are at least 10 hot water springs in Himachal Pradesh (more springs will be added to this list as and… Read More »