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Popular attractions in Chamba
- Akhand Chandi Palace
Akhand Chandi Palace in Chamba, Himachal Pradesh, is a living example of Raja Umed Singh's architectural skills and knowledge. It was built by Umed Sigh over sprawling acres of greenery to serve it as his residence. While the green colour roof is the distinct feature of the palace, other structures like hand painted walls, delicately carved doors, spread out wood and glass work and window frames make it a perfect example of a colonial type building.
- Bhuri Singh museum
The Bhuri Singh Museum, located in Chamba, Himachal Pradesh, is the result of the priceless contributions of Raja Bhuri Singh and the effortless services of Dr. J. Ph. Vogel. It is one of the major attractions of the state. The museum is a grand collection of invaluable assortments that have immortalised the art, culture and history of Chamba.
- Dainkund Peak
A drive, a walk and a breathtaking view! Yes this is the route to Dainkund Peak, Dalhousie. Being the highest mountain peak in the region, it offers a complete 360° view of the entire valley. So fasten your seat belts and be prepared for an amazing experience hidden in the lap of the mighty Himalayas. The road enroute the peak is embellished with flowers on both sides that are a treat to the eyes. One has to put on one's walking-shoes to cover a good 30-40 minutes on foot to reach atop the peak.
- Laxmi Narayan temple
Built by Raja Sahil Verma in the 11th century, the Laxmi Narayan temple complex is said to be the largest and oldest temple complex of Chamba. There are six temples in the complex which are arranged from north to south directions, dedicated to either Lord Vishnu or Lord Shiva.