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The Himalayan town of Chamba is situated in Himachal Pradesh’s Chamba district. Chamba is renowned for its stunning views of the Pir Panjal, Zanskar, and Dhauladhar ranges, which form the backdrop to this picture-perfect town and are known for their ancient temples, caves, and buildings that speak highly of Indian heritage. This Himalayan town is surrounded by Jammu & Kashmir, Lahaul, and Kangra and is situated at a height of 996 metres on the banks of the river Ravi.

The miniature Pahari paintings, a style of Indian painting that emerged from the Himalayan hill kingdoms of North India between the 17th and 19th centuries, are among Chamba’s most well-known traditional handicrafts and works of art. It serves as the starting point for a number of treks in the vast Himalayan hills. This, together with the breathtaking beauty and serene surroundings, entices tourists looking for a unique place amid the very well-known Himachali towns.

Suhi Mata Mela, held in March or April for four days, and Minjar Mela, observed on the second Sunday of the Shravana month, or August, are two well-known festivals in Chamba. Numerous folk melodies are devoted to this town of forts and sanctuaries that date back hundreds of years!

This location should not be confused with the Uttarakhand location with the same name, Chamba.

Places to visit

Chamera lake

As tourists gush about how stunning Chamera Lake is and how they can’t get enough of it, tranquilly is only a byproduct of their stay. The lake and the dam enhance the view and work well together.

Manimahesh lake

Hindu legend claims that Lord Shiva’s dwelling is Manimahesh Lake. It also goes by the name Dal Lake. It is located in the Himalayan Pir Panjal Range. It is 4080 metres above sea level. Due to the snow, it is closed for the majority of the year. As there are 13 kilometres of walking distance, the location is ideally suited for those who enjoy trekking.

Lakshmi Narayan temple

Now, you might think of Chamba as a standard vacation spot with temples and lakes, and you might want to avoid visiting the Lakshmi Narayan Temple, but we would urge you to do the opposite.

Himachal Emporium (rang Mahal)

Those who enjoy crafts, rejoice! The Himachal Emporium is a paradise for all things handcrafted and is located at Raja Umed Singh’s Rang Mahal in Surara Mohalla. The hours of the emporium were 10 am–1 pm and 2 pm–5 pm.


If you enjoy buying regional handicrafts and organic goods, Chamba is the place for you. The famed Chamba and Kangra murals may be seen in Central Chaugan, along with a variety of stone and metal artefacts that make excellent mementoes.

Hariraya Temple

India is renowned for the beauty it bestows on all of our creations. The Hariraya Temple in Chamba is home to one of these architectural marvels.

Church of Scotland

If the terms “old world,” “library,” and “architecture” appeal to you, here is the place for you. The Church of Scotland, which was constructed in 1903, is a peaceful haven for people searching for places that speak of antiquity and class without deterring visitors from all walks of life.

Sui Mata Temple

King Varman erected the Sui Mata Temple in Chamba’s Saho neighbourhood in honour of his wife Queen Sui, who gave her life in service to others. The shrine, which is perched atop Shah Darbar Hill, offers a breathtaking vantage point over the small township below.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit Chamba is from March to June since the weather is lovely and the temperature is moderate throughout this time. Chamba’s valleys experience a warm summer with chilly evenings. If you’re considering an unconventional honeymoon or trip, go for it. Monsoon season begins in July, and while it’s best to avoid the area during periods of severe rain, the misty, chilly rains add to the valley’s lush vegetation. The month of December is ideal for snow enthusiasts, so pack some warm clothing in case it is below freezing.


Himachal Pradesh’s Chamba is known for its primarily North Indian cuisine. There is, however, also some regional Himachal food available here. Madra is a traditional dish from Chamba prepared from lentils like Rajma and kidney beans that have been cooked with a variety of spices and dry fruits. A crucial ingredient, yoghurt can be found almost everywhere and tastes delicious.

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