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Beas Circuit

The name of Beas Circuit has been derived from a historical river “Beas”. This circuit is present between the most scenic Mandi- Kullu regions. Its maize, sparkling Beas River, flower covered meadows, terraced areas of paddy and apply orchards fascinate the visitors and hold them not to leave these places.

The Beas Circuit normally covers Delhi- Swarghat- Bilaspur- Mandi- Rewalsar- Kullu- Manali- Rohtang- Naggar- Manikran- Delhi.

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The state of Himachal Pradesh is provided with a scenic city Dharamshala which is also the municipal council of Kangra District. It is the head quarters of the district that was previously famous as Bhagsu. The residence of Dalai Lama and head quarters of the Central Tibetan Administration and banished Tibetan government is in McLeodGanj, which is a village in the boundaries of Dharamshala municipality.


This is a union and beautiful territory of India which is known as the capital of 2 Indian states, Punjab and Haryana. The word Chandigarh is translated as the Fort of Chandi that been derived from a historical temple known as Chandi Mandir, established for the Hindu Deity Chnadi.


Delhi is another municipal city of India that involves national capital city named New Delhi. It takes the pride of being second more populated city and the biggest region according to its area. Its population is around 22 million when calculated in 2011, which is the 4th largest city of the world.


Shimla or formally named as Simla is the capital of Himachal Pradesh, situated in the northern part of India. It is surrounded by Kullu and Mandi from the north, Uttarakhan from its south east side, Kinnaur from the east, and Sirmaur and Solan from the south. Simla is having the altitudes of around 300 to 2200 meters. The city is famous as the most famous tourism sector for India. It is also a preferable city for business associates to prosper.


The Indian state Himachal Pradesh has another valuable asset in the form of Narkanda which is a nagar panchayat and town in Shimla district. It is present with the altitude of almost 2708 meters on NH 22 or Hindustan Tibet Road in the state. It is around 65 kilometers away from Shimla and is bordered with Shivalik Ranges that occupy a large space in Himachal Pradesh.


Manali is having the elevation of 2,050 meters or 6,726 feet on Beas River Valley. It is a hill station which is surrounded by mountains of Himachal Pradesh close to the northern side of Kullu Valley. It is situated around 270 kilometers or 168 mi in the north direction of Shmila, the state’s capital.


It is the organizational hub of the Spiti and Lahaul districts in Himachal Pradesh, situated in 126 kilometers or 78 mi in northern side of Manali and 120 kilometers or 75 mi from Indo Tibetan borders. It is present near to the Manali Leh highway, around 7 kilometers or 4.3 mi in northern eastern part of the connection of the Bhaga Valley, the Chenab Valley and the Chandra Valley.

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