Palampur: The Green Valley Of Himachal Pradesh!

Written By

Ruchika  Mandora

Palampur is a beautiful place to look at, with overflowing streams running through the plains and the Dhauladhar mountains in the background.

This beautiful temple is sacred to Lord Shiva devotees. This temple's water is claimed to be therapeutic and treat various diseases.

Baijnath Temple

The monastery and its loom-like stupa are the Tashi Jong complex's main attractions.

Tashi Jong Monastery

Gopalpur Zoo attracts animal lovers from throughout the nation. It is 13 kilometers from Palampur and connected to the metropolis.

Dhauladhar National Park

The Saurabh Van Vihar is a beautiful nature park dedicated to Kargil War martyr Saurabh Kalia.

Saurabh Van Vihar

At the base of the Dhauladhar Mountains is where the Institute is located. It is 20 kilometers from Dharamshala and closer to the village of Gopalpur.

Dorzong Monastic Institute Palampur

Palampur is known as the North Indian Tea Capital for its tea gardens. The town's beautiful gardens make a lovely afternoon stroll.

Palampur Tea Garden

Sobha Singh's paintings are famous worldwide. His works are at Palampur's Sobha Singh Art Gallery, which you should visit if you like art.

Sobha Singh Art Gallery Palampur

Sir Sobha Singh Art Gallery, Norah's Mud House, Andretta Pottery and Craft Association, and Norah's Centre for Arts are famous in Modern Andretta.

Andretta Artist Village Palampur

The Neugal Khad is a great stream of water that is 3–4 kilometers from Palampur. It is a popular place for day trips and family outings.

Neugal Khad

Birni Devi Temple is a 3–5-hour trek from Gallu Langha. The picturesque temple overlooks the Kangra Valley and Dhauladhar mountain from a hilltop.

Birni Devi Temple