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Kullu District : Himachal Pradesh

About District

Nestled in the lap of the majestic Himalayas, Kullu is a veritable jewel in the crown of Himachal Pradesh. The breathtaking beauty of its marvelous landscapes, the hospitality of its people, their distinctive lifestyle and rich culture have enthralled travelers for aeons. Kullu was declared to be a district of Punjab in 1963 and on November 01, 1966 it became a district of Himachal Pradesh. The total geographical area of the district is 54771 Hectares. For administartive reasons, the district is divided into 4 Sub Divisions, 5 Tehsils, 5 Blocks and 172 Villages. Blessed with salubrious weather throughout the year, the district is known for the internationally renowned towns of Kullu and Manali, the pristine beauty of the Parbati valley, the teeming biodiversity of the Great Himalayan National Park, the quaint temple architecture of the hills and several enjoyable trekking routes across its breadth and width. The places of tourist interests in the district are Manali, Naggar, Rohtang Pass, Jagatsukh, Vashist, Arjun Gufa, Nehru Kund, Solang Valley, Manikaran and Malana.


District at a Glance

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