Shivalik Hills are the gateway to the higher Himalayas of Kinnaur and Lahaul & Spiti. This range, case youngest of…
Cemeteries are holy places that are consecrated so that people can rest in peace after their death. Their relatives who visit the graves also find peace and comfort at a cemetery. But the cemeteries in Shimla have become dilapidated due to lack of care and cause hurt to those who come looking for their ancestors’ resting place. Read on to find out more about 5 such cemeteries in Shimla.
Shimla used to be a home away from home for the British. The mixture of European architecture that can be seen in a very short radius around The Mall road is a testament to this fact. The Gaiety Theater played its part in this process by bringing European art and culture to Shimla. Today the culture might have changed but this theater continues to promote and nestle all types of art and artists.
Shimla has a lot of historic buildings that are both architecturally significant and culturally important. The Peterhoff is one such building which today is a luxury hotel with a very historically important past. Read on to find out more about Hotel Peterhoff.
The British started many schools in Himachal that have continued to provide quality education for over a hundred years. These highly reputed institutions have produced many famous alumni who have gone on to become the stalwart leaders of their respective fields. Read on to find out more about the top schools of Himachal Pradesh.