There are many stunning, intriguing places around the world, but very few are as beautiful and awe-inspiring as Chamba. Located in the bosom of green mountains with flowering meadows, perennial falls and streams, Chamba is one of those places that not only lives up to its image, but far exceeds it. A journey to this hill town evokes many images... fairy-tale snow-capped mountain vistas, rushing torrent of the Ravi River and beautiful temples. One of the most famous hill stations in India that holds a magical allure for travellers. Chamba, a former princely state, is the administrative headquarters of the district by the same name. The best time to visit Chamba is from March to October.
Chamba, the land of Kailash Mountain and Lord Shiva, is famous for its untouched natural beauty. It is a small but a very attractive tourist destination in Himachal Pradesh, known for its exquisite natural beauty. It is visited by tourists round the year. The sub-Himalayan range of mountains, full of diverse flora and fauna, and a pleasing climate make Chamba an exhilarating experience.
Raja Sahil Varman built the temple in memory of his daughter Champavati who is believed to have influenced her father to set-up Chamba at its present location.
One of the oldest and the largest temples of Chamba. The entire temple is arranged from north to south.
The nearest airport is Amritsar and Gaggal (136 km) connected by various airlines with Delhi and other cities of India
The nearest railhead is Pathankot/ Chakkibank 120 km, which is connected by rail with major cities and towns in India.
Chamba is connected by bus and motorable roads with different cities in India
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