A Trip To The The Heart Of The Himachal Pradesh, Hamirpur!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

It's named after Raja Hamir Chand, the Katoch dynasty's 1700-1740 AD monarch. This place is irresistible due to its culture, heritage, weather, and scenery.

At the Kangra border, Hamirpur is 22 kilometers away. Raja Sansar Chand, patron of the Kangra School of miniature painting, lived in this fort in the 19th century.

Sujanpur Fort

The total length of this river is 470 km, and its drainage basin is 20,303 sq.km. It is famous because it marks the great victories of Alexander the Great in 326 BC.

Beas River

Also known as Tso Pema, is sacred to Hindus, Buddhists, and Sikhs. Padamasambhava's spirit is supposed to inhabit this lake's floating reed islands and fishes.

Rewalsar Lake

It offers training for people who want to learn how to paraglide, as well as the chance to do this adventure sport with an expert.

Skylark School of Paragliding

It is in a small, beautiful village in the Banjar tehsil of Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh, India. This area is known for its great day hikes.

Gadda Gusaini Valley

Because of the famous Shani Dev Temple, many people visit Hamirpur to go to Lambloo. Sarlin village is only 10 km from Hamirpur.


This location is well-known for the popular 400 years old ancient Lord Shiva Temple along a beautiful water stream flow and Gasota festival.


Markanda, a sacred site in Hamirpur district, located only 6 kilometres from Dera Parol on the banks of the Kunah Khad River.


Baba Balak Nath Temple, also called Deothsidh Temple, is an old cave temple in the village of Chakmoh, about 40 kilometres from Hamirpur.


The Pandoh Dam is an embankment dam on the famous Beas river in the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh. It was built all the way through in 1977.

Pandoh Dam