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Himachal Pradesh Tourism A living example of the beauty of natural and beauty

Himachal you are very beautiful. The mind blossoms as soon as the name of this state comes. This state full of natural beauty has been attracting tourists from all over the world. Away from the noise and pollution in big cities, people get lost in the snow and green valleys of Himachal. Nestled in the lap of Western _ Himalayas, it is surrounded by mountains and rivers. This state is the origin area of ​​big rivers like Ravi, Chenab, Beas, Yamuna and Sutlej. One who came here once comes several times. Today is 15th April. Himachal full of beauty is very happy. Because today itself Himachal is celebrating its foundation day with great pomp. Due to the Corona epidemic, there will be no big events today, but the people of Himachal have been engaged in wishing their beloved state a happy birthday since morning.

Former Prime Minister IndiraGandhi and AtalBihariVajpayee have a deep affection for Himachal Pradesh. Indira ji and Atal ji used to get lost in the litigants of this place whenever they got free time. Let’s know how and how the state of HimachalPradesh was formed. Here let us tell you that on April 15, 1948, the state of Himachal was formed by merging 30 princely states. Then it was divided into four districts of Mandi, Mahasu, Chamba and Sirmaur and the administrative work was handed over to a Chief Commissioner.

Later it was made a Part-C category state. At that time the area of ​​Himachal Pradesh was 10,451 square miles and the population was 9,83,367. After that in the year 1966 ‘Punjab States Reorganization Act’ was passed and Kangra, Una, Hamirpur, Kullu, Lahaul-Spiti, #Shimla, Nalagarh, Kandaghat, Dalhousie etc. areas were included in Himachal. With this the #area of ​​Himachal became 55,673 square kilometers. This was followed by geographical, social, cultural and linguistic reunion.

In 1971, Himachal was given full statehood. 25th January is a memorable day for the people of Himachal. On this day in the year 1971, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had granted full statehood to Himachal while addressing thousands of people from the historic ridge ground of Shimla. Snow was falling on the ridge ground when this announcement was made. With this Himachal became the 18th state of the Republic of India. After that Himachal kept moving towards development. Since then many development works have been done in this state but still this state is also facing many challenges. It is considered the leading state of the country in power generation. Many states are also illuminated by the electricity here.

Himachal Pradesh is known for most tourist places

Himachal Pradesh is a very prominent state of India which is known for its immense beauty, tourist places and its attractive places. This state is also known for the maximum number of tourist places in the whole country. There are many places in the state where there is a different feeling of visiting in every season. Along with religious tourism, there is also a chance to admire nature through adventure sports. Himachal is a special state for tourists in India, its serene lakes, high mountains and ancient temples attract tourists very much. A few months back, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had also inaugurated the ‘Atal Tunnel’ in Himachal. This world-class tunnel is enticing the countrymen a lot. On the other hand, the toy train journey from Kalka to the capital Shimla by ripping the mountains through 102 tunnels attracts everyone.

The natural beauty of Himachal with its lofty valleys and hills provides peace and relaxation to the people who come here. Himachal is bordered by Uttarakhand in the east, Jammu and Kashmir in the north, Punjab in the west, Uttar Pradesh in the south. The production of apples in the state is very high due to which it is known as the state of apples. Himachal Pradesh’s friendly climate, picturesque landscape, colorful culture, #adventure sports, sightseeing and variety of fairs, festivals and celebrations are very special.

Himachal Pradesh is a very favorite destination for tourists as well as pilgrims. Now let’s talk about the famous tourist places here. Kullu, Manali, Chamba Shimla, Dharamshala, Dalhousie, Khajjiar, McLeodganj, Kufri Lahaul Spiti, #Kasauli, Solan etc. are such tourist places where tourists keep coming and going throughout the year. And Khajjiar is also called Mini Switzerland. This state has been the first choice of filmmaker directors of #Bollywood. Famous director Subhash Ghai has shot most of his films here. With this Dharamshala has now become more famous than the cricket stadium. This stadium, which is one of the five beautiful stadiums in the world, does not come only to watch the match, but hundreds of people come to see it even on normal days. International cricket matches are held in this stadium built in 2005. Such is the beauty of Himachal Pradesh, which always keeps it fresh.