Chamba Himachal Pradesh Tourist Attractions is the very beautiful hill stations in India. You can also experience the beautiful scenic views of Chamba. The town Chamba is situated on the Ravi River. The enchanting beauty of the nature robs each and every tourist’s heart. There are eye-catching lush greeneries are also there in Chamba. Chamba is one of the perfect destinations for the one who love the nature. Chamba is very rich in culture and beauty. It is most famous for its breathtaking landscapes. The place is also described as Achamba which is done by the historians. It literally means “the Charming”. The stunning beauty of Chamba valley is blessed with snow covered mountain ranges, deep forests, gurgling rivers, lakes, ancient temples, springs, architectures and monuments. Every year thousands of peoples from are globe are visiting Chamba. Whenever you are planning a tour to Himachal Pradesh include Chamba in your list. It is a must see tourist attractions. The people one who living in Chamba are speaking pahari, Hindi, English, and Himachali. The best time to visit Chamba is between the months of March and June.
Other attractions in Chamba includes Lakshmi Narayan temple, Chamunda Devi Temple, Gandhi Gate, Bhuri Singh Museum, Rang mahal, Lama Dal, Chamera Lake, Manimahesh Lake etc. The Manimahesh Lake can be described as the most important lake in Himachal Pradesh. It is situated near Mountain Kailash. Chamba is famous for its festivals. The famous festival celebrated here is Sui Mata festival. It is celebrated for four days in March or April of every year and the festival is celebrated in the memory of Princess Sui. The princess Sui sacrificed her life to protect the Chamba People. Women in Chamba are always praising her and her image is carried from the old beautiful palace to her small shrine. That day people are very happy and in the name of her they are dancing and singing. Today Chamba has become the one of the most visited Himachal Pradesh Tourist Attractions India.
The Minjars is another most celebrated festival in Chamba. This festival is celebrated in late month July or early month of August every year. The origin of this festival is started from the 10th century AD. This festival marks the harvesting of the annual maize crop. It culminates with a procession to River Ravi and throwing of the silk tassels or Minjars which represents the sheaves of maize, worn by men and women into the river. Visit this amazing Himachal Pradesh Tourist Attractions.
A sightseeing tour to Chamba will be no less than a rejuvenating vacation as you get to treat your eyes to some of the most scenic natural surroundings and refreshing climates. Explore the various tourist attractions of the valley and get experienced by the unique attractions of Chamba.