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Chamba


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Chamba, the valley of milk and honey is known for its streams, meadows, temples, paintings, and lakes. Chamba has few rivals for its scenic beauty. Chamba is situated at an altitude of 926 metres. and spreads in the area of 24 km.

Chamba is located in the northwestern part of the state of Himachal Pradesh in North India. The town lies on River Ravi, in a valley between two mountain ridges. Chamba is 56km from Dalhousie via Khajjiar.


The popular belief is that the town was named by its founder Raja Sahil Varma (920 AD) after his daughter Champavati.


There are three snowy ranges in the district, the Dhauladhar consisting of the outer Himalayas, the Pangi or the Pir Panjal which is the mid-Himalayas, and the Laskar range which is the the inner Himalayas.


The small town of Chamba is located in a picturesque valley, amidst the Shivalik ranges and is famous for its medieval temples. The architecture of the temples of Chamba reflects the past glory and splendour of its ancestors.

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Chamba, the valley of milk and honey is known for its streams, meadows, temples, paintings, and lakes. Chamba has few rivals for its scenic beauty. Chamba is situated at an altitude of 926 metres. and spreads in the area of 24 km.


  
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