Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh
Bilaspur is the district of Himachal Pradesh, India. The planned hill town of Bilaspur was established in the year 1663. With lush greenery and a vast historical significance, it attracts tourists from all over temples and enchanting dams. It is fondly called the rice bowl of India with its distinctive varieties of rice cultivation. The famous Bhakra dam situated here is the highest gravity dam in the world which is the source for irrigation and electricity. The beautiful Gobind Sagar Lake which is formed due to the construction of the dam is a treat for nature enthusiasts and adventure activities.
The temples and caves are the most visited spots by tourists and pilgrims. Vyas cave which is located on the banks of Sutlej River is revered by Indians as it is the place where sage Vyas mediated and penned down the epic Mythology Mahabharata. Adjacent to the cave is stunning forests with springs which are a hotspot for gliding, trekking, and rock climbing.
The wildlife of this place is home to some endangered species of bears, boars, and panthers. The Naina Devi Temple falls under one of the Shakti Peeta's is a sacred place of worship for Hindus. The best time to visit Bilaspur is between the months of July to September.