Thursday, October 22, 2020

Delhi-Chandigarh To Kasauli

Kasauli is a cantonment and town in Solan district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. 
Established in 1842 by British Colonialism as a Colonial hill station. Kasauli is 77 km from Shimla, 65 km from Chandigarh, and 94 km from Ambala Cantt in Haryana.


World Heritage Site Kalka–Shimla Railway
Travel time 6 hours. Distance 94 km.


Wave of verdant hills lead to snow-capped mountains.

On clear nights a view of Chandigarh can be seen from Monkey Point.

Kasauli is 7.8 km from Dharampur Railway Station.
Shimla is 65 Kms. From Dharampur.

Kasauli has a moderate climate. Winter temperature is approximately 2 degrees Celsius, the summer temperatures rarely exceeds 32 degrees Celsius or more. The general wind direction is south-west to north-east. Total rainfall for the year is 1020 millimetres, with humidity at 90% in September and 28% in April. Sometimes snowfall is also there during early January and in winters are chilly, there are a couple of frosty nights. Minimum temperature recorded in Kasuli was -6° Celsius.

The Kasauli Brewery and distillery, also known as Mohan Meakin, founded in the 1820s is the oldest surviving distillery for scotch whisky in Asia. Beja State was one of the 18 Simla Hill States, situated just below Kasauli to the west and bordered by Mahlog, Patiala, Kuthar and the Bharauli tract of Simla District around Sabathu. Beja included 45 villages, over an area of 13 km2 or 5 mi2 with 1,131 subjects. The state of Mahlog was founded in 1183. Its original rulers were ruling earlier near Kalka when Mohamad Gauri attacked that area then they shifted to the Mahlog area. Initially 193 villages were in its jurisdiction but later over 300 villages were included. It was the one of the biggest Princely State of Simla Hill States under the British Raj.

Rajrathnam · Maye Ni Meriye Raj

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Kumarhatti, Dagshai And Barog

Kumarhatti, Dagshai And Barog


Kumarhatti-Dagshai Railway Station


Barog Railway Station

Saturday, October 10, 2020

LIVING ON TEN DOLLARS A DAY IN HIMALAYAS

You can live on ten dollars a day in Himalayan Mountains.

One-Hour Drive From Chandigarh Airport

Two-Hour Drive From Shimla Airport.


Living Around A World Heritage Site
Trekking And Camping



Living Around A World Heritage Site 
Trekking And Camping


Living Around A World Heritage Site 
Trekking And Camping

Delhi-Chandigarh To Kasauli

Kasauli is a cantonment and town in Solan district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.  Established in 1842 by British  Colonialism  as...