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Chamba is a small but an enchanting town of Himachal Pradesh where tourists come to enjoy peaceful and pleasurable holidays. It is ideally located at an altitude of 926 m amidst the mesmerizing Shivalik hills. It is located on River Ravi in a valley sandwiched between two mountain ranges namely Dhauladhar and Zanskar. It is a wonderful place to refresh your body and mind. The best time to visit Chamba is from April to October. And if you are adventure sports enthusiast then travel to Chamba between November to March. Chamba is also famous for its beautifully carved old temples and palaces.
Chamba was founded by Raja Sahil Varma in the beginning of the 10th century. Initially the town was named as Champa as this place was once dotted with highly fragrant Champaka trees, and it is believed that it was guarded by Goddess Champavati, also known as Chameshni. Champavati temple was built at this place by Sahil Varman.
Some of the major attractions of Chamba are:
Chamunda Devi Temple
Built in honor of goddess Chamunda, it is an ancient temple held in high regard by the people here. Chamunda is one of the incarnations of Goddess Durga. The temple complex also houses a small shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva. Located on a hill, this temple greets you with mesmerizing views of the surroundings.
Katasan Devi Temple
Located around 30 km from Chamba valley, this temple is set amidst peaceful and picturesque surroundings.
Dedicated to Goddess Champavati, this temple is beautifully built in Shikhara style of architecture. Its stunning wheel roof and wonderful stone carvings are its main attractions.
Visited by devotees in large number, this temple was built in honor of Goddess Vajreshwari, the Goddess of lightening. This temple is around a thousand year old.
Located in the heart of the town, Chowgan is a beautiful grassland and boulevard. It is also the venue for starting the procession of the Manjar Fair. The fair stretching over a week is held here. During the fair several shows, cultural events, sports activities etc are held here.
Bhuri Singh Museum
Established in the year 1908 by Raja Bhuri Singh, this museum is famous for housing several objects and artifacts belonging to the king’s era.
Established in the mid-18th century by Raja Umed Singh, this Mahal is also known as the painted palace. It was especially built for the royal ladies.
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