After completion the Zojila tunnel would reduce the travel time from 3 hours to 15 minutes with avalanche-free travel on the Srinagar-Leh section.
Each district in Himachal Pradesh offers eminent culture and food, but Kangri Dham of Kangra district excels in every aspect as a traditional world-famous feast.
The Government of Himachal Pradesh declared Paragpur a heritage village in 1997. It is believed that this village was established nearly three centuries ago.
Besides Kinner Kailash, Sangala valley is also the major centre of attraction here. Situated on the bank of the Baspa river, this area is located at an altitude of 8900 ft from the sea level.
The river Beas and the Pong Dam reservoir provide attractive fishing spots for the anglers. Gushaini region in Tirthan valley is the major place to enjoy Trout fishing.
The opening of the bridge is expected to bring back life for around 2.5 Lakh people as the bridge will considerably shorten the distance between Pratapnagar and Tehri.
Guptkashi is also considered as a place of four mini Dhamas among Hindus. Situated at an altitude of 1319 m from the main sea level, the Sacred Dham of Kedarnath is just 47 km away from Guptkashi.
It is believed that Baba Banwari Das, the saint used to live with his companion Nahar at the particular place where this castle was built. Nahar means ‘ do not hit ‘ and probably this town has got its name from the word Nahar.
This road is expected to shorten the distance between these two cities and bring it down to just 180 kilometers. This will shorten the travel time to just two and a half hours
Himachal’s Kinnaur district is the only place that grows pine nuts in India, the merchants across country depend on farmers here. Fortunately the season has been good for farmers this year due to which the price of pine nuts have also dipped reasonably.