Dalhousie is a hill station in Chamba district, in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.
Dalhousie is one of the most famous hill stations in Himachal Pradesh. It is located between five mountains, Katalog, Potreyn, Terah, Bakrota, and Bhangora. It was established by Lord Dalhousie in 1850. You can see many things that remind you of its colonial past. The churches built by the British are a few monuments still there.
St. Patrick’s Church is one of them. Built in 1909, it is the largest church in the town. The massive exterior and the impressive interiors with huge chandeliers are so beautiful. St. Francis church, built-in 1894 and stands out for its Belgium glass facade and brilliant stonework, is another top tourist attraction in Dalhousie.
The beautiful, jaw-dropping scenery of Dalhousie will take your breath away. Two waterfalls, Panjpula and Satdhara formed by the coming together of various mountain streams whose waters are believed to contain medicinal properties.
Like all hill stations in India, here too you will find a Mall road. Where all the socializing happens. Any time of the day, you can find people taking a leisurely stroll or simply enjoying themselves by doing nothing. It’s a great place to interact with the locals, as well as lay your hands on Tibetan handicrafts, craftwork, and woolen shawls.