Mohali,01.10.20-Himachal Pradesh is not only for its beautiful flora and fauna but also for the vividness of natural beauty.
One such place which has its own enchanting beauty which grabs attention of many tourists visiting Himachal Pradesh is Chamba.

Chamba is the district town in Himachal Pradesh which is situated on the banks of river Ravi,an important tributary of Indus River. Chamba has got its name after Champavati, daughter of Raja Sahil Varman, King of Bharmour in 920.
Chamba was a princely state before independence which finally merged in India on 15 Apr 1948. The region is bounded by Dhauladhar and Zanskar ranges making it a prominent hill station.

Chamba is known for its streams, meadows, temples, paintings and lakes making it a distinct natural beauty.The pristine part of Chamba is known as "Land of Lord Shiva".Chamba is famous widely for its highly talked about "Minjar Mela" which is held on the second Sunday of Shravan(holy month of Sawan) at Chaugan Ground.

The fair is announced by distribution of Minjar which is a silk tassel worn on some parts of the dress by both men and women.Apart from that,some of the prominent places to visit are Khajjiar-well known as "Mini Switzerland of India", Manimahesh-well known for its pilgrim importance, Champavati temple-on whose name the town is named and Dalhousie town- world famous colonial time hill station.Chamba is a beautiful region in Himachal Pradesh for its picturesque valley clubbed with beautiful lakes, heavenly temples and breathtaking hills.

Considering its overall natural beauty which has retained its pristine beauty in the present time,Chamba is a worth visiting place in Himachal Pradesh.
-Anika Sharma