Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh
Hamirpur is the district of Himachal Pradesh, India. The hilly terrain of Hamirpur falls under the western part of Himachal Pradesh. Although it is located in lower altitude, it has a relatively colder climate with beautiful mountain ranges and lush green valleys. This town is famous for its historic temples and forts built during Katoch dynasty. The best time to visit this town is during the months of July to September when the climate is relatively pleasant to enjoy the nature with well-connected roads.
The temples in Hamirpur are as old as 400 years depicting the richness of culture and heritage in their architecture. The major tourist attractions are Sujanpur Tira and Nadaun with forts and temples. It is a hub for activities like rafting, paragliding, fishing, and camping. Located on a beautiful hill, Deotsidh Temple attracts tourists and pilgrims every year. This old cave temple is also known as Baba Balak Nath Temple hosts a fair during the festival of Holi.
Most of the flora growing in Hamirpur region is of medicinal value which is used in Ayurveda and Traditional Medicine. The incredible hill and mountain ranges present a perfect opportunity for climbing and trekking. The festival time in the city allures the visitors with color and music.