Chamba Tourist Attractions

  • The Lakshminarayan temples

    The Lakshminarayan Temples, which were dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva, were built between the 10th and 11th centuries A.D. and account for the majority of the temples found in the area. The tribal people of the town add charm to the old worl town with their unique costumes and ornaments.
  • Rang Mahal

    The black, slate-covered sloping roofs of the houses alongside the red tile-roofed royal palaces of the rulers of Chamba create a rare blend that gives the town its character. Rang Mahal, one of the palaces, was built around 1750 and is elaborately painted and decorated.
  • Bhuri Singh Museum

    The Bhuri Singh museum is a storehouse of exquisite paintings and other historical and cultural artifacts, representing the peoples of Chamba, Basolhi, Kangra, and Guler.
  • Khajjiar

    There are several ideal picnic spots around Chamba that provide for local excursions. Jhamwar (10km), located amidst the forests, is famous for its apple orchards. Sahd village, famous for its temple dedicated to Lord Chandra Shakhara (Shiva), is situated on a high plateau on the banks of Sal River about 20 km from Chamba. Khajjiar, 23 km from Chamba, offers a lush green meadow surrounded by thick pines and crowned by forests. In the center of the meadow lies a small lake in which rests a small floating island. Khajjiar also is home to a Khajji Nag temple built in the 12th century.
  • Bharmour

    Bharmour is 69 km from Chamba and 112 km from Dalhousie at an altitude of 6500 ft. It is the home base and center of the Gaddi tribes. There are 84 temples - 4 of which are large and well-preserved.

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