Nahan, Himachal Pradesh

Nahan, a town in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, serves as the district's administrative center. It served as the former Sirmur princely state's capital. The Town of Ponds is another name for Nahan.

Places to visit

  • Suketi Fossil Park: The Sirmaur district of Himachal Pradesh in India is home to the Suketi Fossil Park, often referred to as the Shivalik Fossil Park, which is a well-known fossil park. The upper and middle Siwaliks geological formations of sandstones and clay at Suketi contain a collection of vertebrate fossils and skeletons that date back to prehistoric times. This park is the first one in Asia to be located on the same site where the actual fossils were unearthed. It features soft sandstone and clay rocks and is situated in the upper and middle Shivaliks.
  • Distance:Suketi Fossil Park is 19 kilometers away from Nahan

  • Churdhar Peak: Churdhar Peak, at a height of 3650 m above sea level, is a delight for trekkers and rock climbers. It is a 50-kilometer walk. This summit, which is surrounded by lush meadows and woodlands, may be reached from Dadahu, Sangrah, Bhawal, Gandhuri, and Nauhra.The reward for the difficult climb to the top is a breathtaking view of the surrounding area.
  • Distance:Churdhar Peak is 77 kilometers away from Nahan

  • Simbalwada Wildlife Sanctuary: A popular destination in Nahan is a sanctuary for wild animals and migratory birds. This natural area of the Shivaliks is composed of sal woods, beautiful green grassland, and meandering streams.Some of the well-known birds and animals that may be found here include Sambhar, Chittal, Goral red jungle fowl, Partridge's barking deer, and wild boar.
  • Distance:Simbalwada Wildlife Sanctuary is 36 kilometers away from Nahan

  • Dhaula Kuan: There is a lot of charm associated with this location. Dhaula Kuan, one of the main tourist destinations, is surrounded by a large number of orchards that are home to mango and citrus fruit trees.There is also a fruit canning factory, which makes a variety of fruit goods like jams, pickles, juices, and canned fruits. In addition to extensive orchards, there is a Kastasan Devi temple nearby. Raja Jagat Singh constructed this temple to commemorate his victory over Rustam Qadir Rohilla's troops.
  • Distance:Dhaula Kuan is 29 kilometers away from Nahan

How to Reach

  • By Air - Nahan is not well connected by regular flights to other significant cities in the nation. The closest airport is located 49 kilometers away in Chandigarh.
  • By Train - Regular trains from other significant cities in the nation don't run to Nahan. Solan, 42 kilometers away, is the location of the closest railway station.

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