Today we will talk about India’s top ten hill stations where everyone dreamed of going at least once. After hearing the name of the hill stations, it comes to mind the weather, beauty, entertainment and food. This is why many people like to go to different hill stations every year. Especially in the summer season, the hill stations are no less than heaven.
Although there is a hill station near every city in India, we will tell you about ten Hill stations so that you do not have to work harder to choose your favorite place this year.
So let’s start with Mansuri; Mansuri is located (35 km) from Dehradun in Uttarakhand state. From this hill station, you can see the Shivalik ranges and the Dunn valley views. This place has been named from the tree of Mansur, which is very much found in this area.
In summer, the weather here is pleasant, and this snowfall can be enjoyed in the winter. If you are thinking of going here, then see Kempty Phal, Lal Dune, Jwala Devi Temple, and nearby areas’ waterfalls.
Almoda is also called Switzerland of India. The snowy mountains of this region, white snow-like, green grass, beautiful waterfalls, and beautiful scenery make these four moons that add up the beauty of this hill station. By reaching here, you will forget your fatigue in a moment.
Naina Devi Temple, Bright and Corner, Chatai Temple, Katarmal Temple Beenrass and Kosi are worth seeing here. If you are fond of tracking, Almoda is also suitable for you.
8) Mount Abu
Mount Abu is the only hill station of Rajasthan. Even though there is too hot weather in Rajasthan, there is a cold temperature in Mount Abu. Today and many years ago, when King Maharaja of Rajasthan became insolent with the heat, he came to Mount Abu to get relief. Surrounded by hills, this hill station is full of beautiful artifacts temples. This place is important for Hindus and the people of the Jain religion. A glimpse of the majestic culture of Rajasthan is also visible in this place.
7) Darjeeling, West Bengal
This hill station is 80 km away from West Bengal’s Siliguri, less than any heaven. Darjeeling is the magic of beauty, due to which there is a crowd of people every season. This is a place where you should go to your life at least once. Not just the beauty here, but the tea that is grown here is also famous worldwide. This hill station was developed in British time only. If you are going here, do not forget to visit the toy train here.
6) Munnar, Kerala
This hill station of Kerala is famous not only in India but also abroad. This hill station has been famous since the time of the Britishers. It used to be their summer resort during British times. The word Munnar is a Malayalam word that means the confluence of three rivers. In Munnar, the rivers Madhurapuzha, Nallathani and Kundaly meet. Munnar is famous for its finest weather, and tea plantations, small rivers, and waterfalls spread far and wide.
The fifth place on our list is Manali. Manali, considered to be the house of Rishi Manu, is not an admirer of any identity. Manali is also known for its beauty and its religious significance for its Hindus. It is straightforward to reach Manali. Here, you will find everything for your entertainment, such as river rafting, paragliding, tracking, hiking etc.
Here, it would help if you went to many such places, like the Hidimba Temple, Vashishta Kund, Manikaran, Rohtang Pass, Solang Nala. Whenever you go here, take more time to visit these places.
4) Ooty, Tamilnadu
Ooty city is also known as Udagamandalam in Tamil Nadu and from the border of Karnataka State. You can use an airplane, train or just road to reach this hill station, as well as a toy train that runs here. Compared with other places in South India, the weather is always cool and pleasant, so take warm clothes together.
Dodabetta Peak, Botanical Gardens Ooty Lake, Kalahatti Waterfall, Kotagiri Hill are scenic places here.
3) Nainital, Uttarakhand
Nainital is known for its lakes. Lakes surround this place. This hill station of Uttarakhand is a tourist destination. Whether you want to hang around with your friends or spend some good time with the family, this place is perfect for you in every way.
In summer, Nainital’s beauty and cold weather bring the tourists on their way, and winter snowfall and winter sports make it even more attractive. The beauty here is enough to make anyone crazy.
2) Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
The second place is Shimla. This small hill station of Himachal Pradesh is also known as “Queen of the mountains” It was the summer capital of the British. It is tough to tell the beauty in words. This is a place where everything is unique, and then they want to have a “Mall Road” or Jhakhu temple,mashobra or Kufri.
You get a glimpse of British time in every place of Shimla. Snow falls in wintertime, and in the other months of the year, the climate is cold. (music playing)
1) Srinagar, Kashmir
Some Monk said about Kashmir that if there is a paradise on this earth, then it is here. This place is so beautiful that after seeing it, then this comes out of one’s mouth. This is a city that has no shortage. Beautiful lakes, religious places, green land surrounded, houseboats make this place rich in every way. This place has the dream of seeing beauty, many people like me have seen, but due to the terrorism spread here over the years, only a few people can get here.
Hopefully, there will be a peaceful atmosphere in the coming years to fulfill our dream of going here.
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