Sirmaur, Himachal Pradesh
Sirmaur is the district of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is located in the south-eastern part of Himachal Pradesh. It is mostly covered with mountain terrains and small villages. It is also known as peach bowl district. The famous Shivalik fossil park is located in this district where fossils dating 85 million years old are found at this site. With colonial architectural ruins, it evokes the glory of the past rulers. Tourists can enjoy the beauty and tranquility offered by this mountainous region.
Situated on the bank of Renuka Lake is the famous Renukaji Temple which draws pilgrims with annual fairs and festivals. The lake is known to be in the shape of a sleeping lady and attracts people as a holiday and picnic spot. Around the lake is a wildlife sanctuary which is the home to different species of plants and animals.
Churdhar is one of the highest peaks known to be the place of worship of Lord Shiva. The Habban Valley has various temples which are constructed during the rule of Rajputs and the place has some mesmerizing views of mountains. The favorable climate with its temples attracts visits and pilgrims every year. It takes you closer to nature and connects your senses with the spectacular surroundings.