Dehradun to Kangra Cheap Bus Fare
The First bus from Dehradun (Uttarakhand) to Kangra (Himachal Pradesh) is Himsuta A/C(Volvo) Seater (2+2) by departing at 19:00.
Trip duration for Dehradun to Kangra is between 12h-10m to 12h-20m depending on the bus type and operator. Goibibo provides you the largest fleet of bus services to select from AC, Volvo buses.
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- Naam Art Gallery
This gallery is purely dedicated to upcoming artists and art lovers. Round the year, one can enjoy ...........
- Dhauladhar National Park
The scenery of a quaint little market town might have fascinated all of us since childhood. Those pictures of small markets, tiny houses, bordering hills and lush green valleys filled pages of our art books. As time came to visit such a post card like hamlet with our own eyes, we made our way to Palampur, a small bustling market town situated around 35km south east of Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh. Though Palampur looks bustling with markets and people, yet its undulating tea plantations and rice paddies spread their aromatic essence to mould people with freshness and tranquility.
- Haripur Guler
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- Chamunda Devi
Chamunda Devi Temple is one of the most revered religious centres in Palampur, Himachal Pradesh. It is also counted as one of the 51 Shakti Peethas and is situated at a distance of 10 km to the west of Palampur. Known for its serene surroundings, the temple is dedicated to the wrathful form of Goddess Durga i.e. Chamunda Devi. The walls of the temple are decorated and painted with scenes from the Mahabharata and Ramayana.