Located in the eastern part of Himachal, Kangra is one of the most popular hill stations of India, Kangra. It is famous for its picturesque beauty and tranquil surroundings. The scenic district of Himachal is spread over an area of 55,673 square km. The place is surrounded by the massive ranges of Dhauladhar range. It enjoys a rich culture and history. The history of Kangra valley is very and one can find its mention in the mythological books of Hindus. Being one of the most charming valleys in the Himalayas, Kangra is visited by massive number of tourists. People book Kangra holiday packages to enjoy the scenic beauty and serenity of the place. On your Kangra tour, you can come across various attractions that are:
Mid-March - end June
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm
Late November To Mid-February
Kangra Art Museum:
Kangra Art Museum is located close to the bus station of the town. It displays some great miniature paintings from the Kangra School, along with temple carvings, fabrics, weapons and palanquins that belong to the local kings.
Built by Bhuma Chand, Kangra Fort is the main attraction of the town. It is located on the bank of the River Banganga at an altitude of 350 feet. The temple of 'Laxmi Narayan' and 'Adinath' is located in the foreyard of the Kangra fort. There is a pond inside the fort called as Kapur Sagar'. At present, the fort is managed by 'Archaeological Survey of India'.
There are many other attractions in Kangra that should be visited on your visit to this place. Those attractions are Mannuni Lake, Nurpur Fort, Chamunda Devi Temple and Gopalpur Zoo.