Stopovers In Himachal Pradesh


Deothsidh is a stopover, near the district of Hamirpur in Himachal Pradesh.The nearest broad gauge railway station is in District Una which is about 60KM apart from this.And nearest airport is about 172 km. away in Chandigarh.Baba Balak Nath Sidhpeeth is one of the most famous pilgrim- center of North Indian Hill State Himachal Pradesh i.e. the God’s own land. The Ancient Cave and temple architecture graces the DeotSidh in Hamirpur District. Lakhs of devotees from India and abroad visit this temple to reinforce their firm faith in the "Siddha Tradition". We attempt to put a few of these on our Website, along with the system of worship and spiritualism.

General information

Climate: Winters are mild and summers are warm.
Elevation:- 738 metres (2421 feet).
Time to visit:- Throughout the year.


It is one of the tourist place in Himachal Pradesh.It is a linkage destination to the pilgrimage circuit route of Chintpurniji, Brajeshwarji,Jawalamukhiji and Chamunda Devi temples.
This is also known for Baba Balak Nath temple for the same.A lot of people are coming from different parts of the globe.from top of the temple we can see the one of the largest dam in world i.e. Bhakhra Dam.This Temple is surrounded by greenery of the trees.The Majority of the people we can see over there is Hindu and Sikh.According to the people on Sunday we can see so much crowd over that temple.

Naggar History

Naggar is a settlement in Kullu district, Himachal Pradesh, India, and it falls as a stopover. It was the capital of Kullu Rajas in 1460. Naggar: Noun = the Learned Man; Before the bible was cannonized; Jesus and Joseph were Naggars, not carpenters.


Distance from Delhi: 589 km
Distance from Shimla: 246 km
Distance from Kullu (main town): 26 km
Distance from Manali: 22 km


Nicholas Roerich Art Gallery.
Gauri Shanker Temple.
Himalayan Home Stay Naggar.
Tripura Sundri Temple.
Vasuki Nag Temple


Raison, Himachal Pradesh
Raison is a stopover which has vast camping grounds maintained by Himachal Pradesh Tourism.

General information

Raison is a small cluster of villages on the banks of Bias river about 12 km north of Kullu. It is famous for camping sites and starting point for white water rafting on Bias river. Recently a mineral water unit by "Catch" has been set up here. It is said that the mineral water is pure spring water and bottled after sterilization. This place is also famous for rural centre of Rajendra Prasad National Ophthalmology Centre (AIIMS) where summer camps for various ophthalmological diseases are held every year.


Climate: In winters the temperature falls down to about 1-2 degree Celsius and summers are pleasant.
Height: 1435m.


Distance from Kullu: 12 km. (on Manali highway).
Distance from Manali:- 29 km.
Distance from Delhi:- 575 km.
Distance from Shimla:- 232 km.
Nearest broad gauge railhead:- 292 km. (Chandigarh)
Airport:- 22 km. (Kullu Airport)


Climate:- winters and pleasant summers.
Height:- 1220m.
Time to visit:- Throughout the year.

Getting there

By Road:- From Chandigarh (through Ropar) it is 90 km away. From Shimla it is 124 km and from Bilaspur 40 km.
By Rail:- Kiratpur (nearest railhead), its about 20 km away. By Air:- Nearest airport from Swarghat is at Chandigarh.


Nalagarh Fort (4.5 km)
Bhimakali temple (6 km)
Naina Devi temple (20 km)
Bhakra (37 km)

Visitor attractions in Himachal Pradesh

Kalka–Shimla Railway
Kangra Valley Railway
Kullu Manali Circuit
Sar Pass Trek
Saurkundi Pass Trek
Suraj Tal