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Nalagarh Travel Guide

Nalagarh, a beautiful city in Solan District of Himachal Pradesh in India and renowned in the medieval period as Hindu State founded by Raja Ajai Chand in 1100 AD, is the entranceway to the bewitching Himachal Pradesh. It was the location of the honoured sumptuous state throughout the British Raj. Art and architecture rumpled with the culture of this place. The Chandela Rajputs, sponsor the development of art and architecture of Nalagarh, once governed it. The Ramgarh Fort and the linked town of Ramshere manifest the excellence and unique craftsmanship of those times. The last ruler of Nalagarh was Raja Surendra Singh.

Nalagarh, an arresting hill station, is very notable for its colourful beauty. It appeals good number of holidaymakers every year. The Nalagarh Valley is a long band encircled by the spines of the outer Himalayas to the north-east and the heavily fretted range of the Shivaliks in the south and west. One can view the ruins of many forts around the valley, which admit the forts of Chamba, Surajupur, Ramharh and Malaon.

Nalagarh is best famed for its bastioned palace and its fantabulous wall paintings. This palace, currently a heritage hotel after a recent renovation and extends a strange royal experience to visitors. Apart from the major holidays attraction of Nalagarh Fort, there are legion other culture holiday places too that are posing on accessible distance from the town. This is a nice place to celebrate culture holidays, immingled with the ancient and modern architectures and cultural heritages.

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