“Switzerland” feels good to hear about it, Right? And when you see you just go speechless, isn’t it? And what to say about the meadows of Switzerland. Everyone gets lost in its beauty all at once. But if I say, you can have the fun of being in Switzerland in India only, Will you believe? No.? But it’s true. There dwells a cute little Switzerland in our country. It is located in the Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh “Khajjhiar” which is called the little Switzerland of India. So let’s go to the mini-Switzerland, I mean “Khajjhiar”.
The surrounding are natural beauty, and attracts plenty of tourists …
Khajjhiar in Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh is a beautiful place. Located at an altitude of about 2000 meters above sea level. Dhauladhar Himalayan mountain range west of the site is located in the middle. The name Khajjhiar is believed to be given because of the temple Khajjinag temple.
Due to the geographical structure of the site, it is called India’s Mini Switzerland. Here, in one place, lake, grassland and forest ecosystems is a rare combination of all three, which brings in its beauty and enhanced. Khajjhiar and many other beautiful places around it are also traveled a bit incomplete without a visit to be treated. … So let’s go to all of these alternate behold.
The main attraction of Khajjhiar is a lake, which is in the middle of the green field.Situated around the dense pine forest and in the heart of the green field the lake is very beautiful and the small structures situated in the middle of the lake adds up more to its beauty.
Khajjinag temple was built in the 12th century, the temple is a symbol of people’s religious faith and veneration. The Pandavas victory over the Kauravas can be seen on the roof of the timber in the form of images, which enriches its historicity.
Khajjhiar is situated approximately at a distance of 24 km. from Dalhousie, which was built by the British Lord Dalhousie. The place is named in the name of Lord Dalhousie the place. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose also stayed here. Ajit Singh’s mausoleum in Dalhousie, Subhash Baoli, Satdhara, Pancpula, Dalhousie Market and many ancient churches attract tourists.