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The worth viewing Place when ever you visit Kasauli
A prominent feature at an height of 6322 ft. is Lord Hanuman's temple. The place is popular with devotees as well as tourists, who come here not only for the matchless view that this height allows but also due to spiritual quest. The place is noticeable from any part of the surrounding country, even from places so far apart as Shimla, and in clear weather Ambala.


The scenic beauty here will lure your heart.


6 Kms from here is a small village which adds to the beauty of kasauli.

Kasauli Church

Established as a retreat for the British Armymen and their families in 1842 this cantonment, Kasauli . Builts in the shape of a cross , the church was built by the British families who also laid the foundation of Kasauli town in 1842. About 30 families, belonging to the Protestant sect of Christians , worship here besides the tourists visiting the town.. This historic church was previously under the organisation of the Church of England & then it was known as Anglican Church. In the year 1970 , it was taken up under the organisation of the CNI (Churches of North India) , and is presently managed by the diocese of Amritsar.


Subathu an Cantonment area just like Kasauli.
A little cantonment town has a Gurhka fort built in the early years of the 19th century & situated at an altitude of 1437 mtrs.. A town which quartered British soldiers in the time of British empire. A diversion road from Dharampur-Arki, 16 km away from Dharampur leads to the 


Dagshai an hill town and Cantonment area.

Nestling amid the sylvan splendor of the Shivalik foothill lies a sleepy hamlet called Dagshai . Dagshai located ideally barely 50 kms from Chandigarh on the Kalka - Shimla Highway (NH-22), & is one of the oldest British cantonments with a unique old word charms. Dagshai is just 4 kms off the highway and Builts at the height of approximately 6000 ft. above the sea level , it boast of a huge play field where Durand Cup football matches used to be played . Though a modest hill station , it is resplendent with scenic beauty and offers an ideal retreat for the city weary people . The nearest railway station Dharampur (Metre Gauge) is 5 Kms and Kalka (Broad Gauge) is 28 Kms from Dagshai.Solan is about 16 Kms away.


Barog once just a stop over on the Kalka-Shimla highway, this town has grown to be a destination in itself. Surrounded by pine forests, it presents a fascinating view of the Churdhar Peak, which poetically translates into 'Mountain of the Silver Bangle'. 


The valley of Solan is one of a kind, famous as the Mushroom city of India. 


43 kms from Shimla and with a lush green setting, this was the former 'summer capital' of the Patiala state. At 2250 meters it has the world's highest cricket pitch and a polo ground, the old palace, now a hotel, and the possibility of some angling are added attractions. 


This fast spreading town welcomes the traveler to Himachal as one enters the state from Kalka.