Dharamshala is a hill station situtated in Northren part of India. It serves as the district headquarters. It geographical area covers 27.60Km2. The total population size is 56543. It is surrounded by Coniferophyta forest, snow-laden mountains, exotic culture, and quaint old monasteries and involves Cedrus deodara trees. It is least populated city this lead to this place free from noise and any attacks emotional health. The great Tibetan leader known as Dalai Lama lives here. Many travelers visit here every year to enjoy the magnificent beauty.
Dharamshala is divided into two parts, upper Dharamshala and lower Dharamshala and both these regions have scenic landscapes, bungalows, churches, monasteries, and both parts are surrounded by the grandiose, Dhauladhar mountains.
A majiority of budhist peoples are exist here and presence of great Buddhism culture makes the hill station a free from noise.
Dharamshala also offer lots of shopping area like great Tibetan handicrafts, carpets, and mats all are available at a very reasonable price. One can experience the friendly and funny bargaining process. Some of the popular markets are Kotwali Bazar, The Green Shop and Mcleodganj.
Tibetan, Indian, Italian, South Indian foods and Israeli cuisines are among the most famous foods in Dharamshala and few local persons are are selling hot “momos”.
Dharamshala is bountiful with many luxury and budget hotel and are available at affordable price and their admirable customer service lure many tourist.
A famous stadium was also instituted in Dharamshala where International and National cricket matches are held every year. It has a capacity of 23,000 peoples at a time.
When we talk about the weather it remains amicable throughout the year. The maximum and minimum temperature recorded are 31°C and 16°C during summer. In Winter the maximum and minimum temperature was recorded between 25°C and 6°C.
Famous Attraction Places
Many notable places are
- Dharamshala Cricket Stadium
- St. John in the Wilderness Church
- War Memorial
- Gyuto Monastery
- Dal lake and Nadi
- Tea gardens
- Jwalamukhi Devi Temple
- Bhagsu falls
- Tsuglagkhang, Mcleodganj
- Namgyal Monastery, Mcleodganj
- Bhagsu nath temple
- Tibet museum, Mcleodganj
- Kangra art museum