Travel to Himachal Pradesh.

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On 18 December 1970 the State of Himachal Pradesh Act was passed by Parliament and the new state came into being on 25 January 1971. Himachal Pradesh, which is one of the fast growing state in the country situated on the top of the North part. Before the independence most of the areas of this state was the part of Punjab state and during that time this region was divided into four different region such Chamba, Mandi, Shimla etc. and during that time these three areas had made so many progress in the infrastructure as well as in the transport and also they have created so many historical monuments which you can see nowadays in the state. There is no dearth of pleasant surprises that welcome you when you step into Himachal. In fact, each hamlet hidden in the remotest nook and corner of this land of natural abundance holds a great reservoir of excitement and fun. Himachal Pradesh is a part of the Indian Himalayas. It has wide valleys imposing Snow Mountains, limpid lakes, rivers and gushing streams. Himachal situated in the heart of the Western Himalaya, identified as “Dev Bhumi” is believed to be the abode of Gods and Goddesses. The entire state is emphasizing with stone as well as wood temples. The rich culture and traditions has made Himachal unique in itself.The mountainous landscape of Himachal Pradesh, at the foothills of the Himalayas, is made up of a series of valleys and snow covered peaks. Himachal Pradesh is deservedly sought out by adventure lovers. Alternatively, Himachal Pradesh provides a refreshing escape for those who are craving crisp mountain air.

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