Friday 19 Oct, 2018








Chamba; the Most Wonderful Tourist Destination in Himachal Pradesh


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Chamba is a beautiful tourist destination of Himachal Pradesh. The streams, lakes, lakes and paintings are some of the magnificent views of Chamba. Chamba has a wide variety of flora and fauna in the hills. Bhuri Singh Museum is a collection of rare artifacts. The museum has a collection of traditional miniature paintings.

Chamba Chogan is a shopping destination in Chamba. A weeklong event is also held here. Chamba rumel is a rare sight of Chamba. Chamba Rumals is like embroidery paintings. The Chamba Rumals are similar in shape to the Pahari style and embroidered in both sides. The Bhuri Singh Museum has a special gallery for these.

Shopping Marks are in Chamba. You can also shop in the local market, such as Rajma Beans, Walnut, Chilgosa and Pikanot. Locals near the Bhuri Singh Museum can also buy locally designed wool shawls in beautiful designs. Black embroided hat is a cap in the chamber. They can also be purchased from these shops.

Khajojar and Bharmour are also important places in Chamba. The Khujjar Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes in Himachal Pradesh. The lake is located at an altitude of about 20 meters above sea level and covered with lush green mountains and deodar forests. The best time to visit the Khujjar Lake is between the months of February and April. The climate is pleasant during this time. There are many water sports in the lake.

Rang Mahal is an important place in Chamba. Rang Mahal, built by Raja Umed Singh in the 18th century, is one of the biggest attractions in the Chamba region. The beauty of the Mughal architecture can be found in this palace. Rang Mahal was the king's residence. It is also known as Himachal Emporium. This place is famous for beautiful handloom products.

The hills in Chamba are beautiful seasons each season. Winter season with Chamba dew leads. The hills in Chamba have a range of beautiful views. In a sense, these are not just views. This is also the remnants of a culture.

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