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Home » Himalaya Ki God Mein » Shimla - Chandigarh - Kurukshetra Tour

Shimla - Chandigarh - Kurukshetra Tour

Shimla TourThe capital city of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla is a quaint little hill station nestled in the Shivalik hills. The city derives its name from the name of Goddess Kali, Shyamala. It was discovered by the British for a perfect escape from the scorching heat of the plains. Shimla offers the picturesque set of its treasured natural gifts to its tourists, such as, pine clad hills, beautiful valleys and waterfalls. Shimla has its own colonial charm too.

Places to see :
The Mall : The mall that runs along the Ridge is the hub of Shimla. It is always crowded with tourists. It is the city's most famous shopping center, with shops selling all items, from clothes to junk food.

Rashtrapati Niwas : This six-storeyed Vice-Regal Lodge ( now Rashtrapati Niwas) was built in 1888 and was formerly the residence of Lord Dufferin, the British Viceroy. The style of architecture is English Renaissance and it has magnificent lawns. It presently houses the Indian Institute of Advanced Study.

Scandal Point : it is the State Museum of Shimla. built in 1974, it has a good collection of statues, miniatures, coins and photos from in and around Himachal Pradesh. a statue of the national leader Lala Lajpat Rai has been erected here.

Jhaku temple and Shymala temple : Jhaku temple is dedicated to Hanumanji, the loving devotee of Lord Rama. It is located near the highest point of the Shimla Ridge, and thus offers a panoramic view of the city. A temple dedicated to Shyamala Devi, an incarnation of Goddess Kali, is located near Grand hotel.

Chandigarh TourBlessed with the resplendent Blue Shivalik Hills, Chandigarh enjoys the special status of being the Capital of two states Punjab and Haryana and also a Union Territory controlled by Central Government. The city was conceived in the 1950s and a European modernist architect was engaged to plan it. It has derived its name from an ancient temple dedicated to the Goddess Chandi. The Chandigarh city boasts of several beautiful and well-maintained gardens that are a treat to the eyes. It is worth visiting in itself and also acts as a base for further excursions in North India.

Nek Chand Rock Garden : Spread over 12 acres of wooded land near the Capitol Complex, the Rock Garden of Chandigarh is the creation of a humble road inspector called Nek Chand. The urban waste material turned into creative patterns and textures, mute rocks turned into art objects that attract tourists to Chandigarh.

Sector 17 : One of the most important places to visit is Sector 17, Chandigarh's sleek shopping area and the city center. Planned around four pedestrian concourses meeting at a central chowk (intersection), the Sector 17 of Chandigarh is a pedestrian's paradise. It is dotted with fountains, sculptures, and groves of trees. In the evenings, when the colorful mosaic of neon signs and the aesthetically illuminated fountains come alive, Sector 17 becomes the Chandigarh city's biggest outdoor club.

Capitol Complex : The monumental Capitol Complex at Sector 1 dominates the skyline of Chandigarh. Kurukshetra  TourStanding aloof at the foothills of the city of Chandigarh, like the Grecian Acropolis, the geometrical concrete buildings rise from the mounds as giant playful sculptures. The places to be visited in the Capitol complex of Chandigarh are the three major buildings of the Secretariat, the Assembly, and the High Court. Between the silhouettes of these magnificent edifices is juxtaposed the Chandigarh city's most popular visible symbol, the Open Hand.

The Secretariat
: The largest building in the Capitol Complex of Chandigarh is the 750-ft-long and 150-ft-high Secretariat designed as a work place for nearly 4,000 people. Le Cor Bus ier, who was very sensitive to nature, as a salute to the majesty of the mountains, placed the Secretariat perpendicular to the nearby Shivalik range, so as not to obliterate their panoramic view.

Chandigarh - Simla - Kufri - Pinjore Garden - Kurukshetra
Every Thursday - 4 Days Tour
1st Day Delhi   Dep. 09.00PM
2nd Day Chandigarh Arr. 05.00 AM Dep. 08.00AM
Rest for 4 Hrs. - Chandigarh Sight Seeing upto 03.00 PM
  Chandigarh   Dep. 03.00PM
  Shimla Arr. 07.30PM  
Night stay at Shimla
3rd Day Shimla   Dep. 09.00 AM
  Kufri Arr. 10.00 AM Dep. 11.30 AM
Shimla Sight Seeing & Night stay at Shimla
4th Day Shimla   Dep. 09.00 AM
  Pinjore Garden Arr. 01.00 PM Dep. 02.00 PM
  Kurukshetra Arr. 04.30 PM Dep. 05.00 PM
  Delhi Arr. 08.00 PM  

Rates :
2x2 Bus Non A.C. Rs. 4000/-
2x2 Bus A.C. Rs. 5500/-
(with non A.C. accommodation on sharing basis for only.)

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