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Satluj Circuit

The origin of Satluj Circuit has roots in a historical river Sutlej. People travelling on this circuit will pass through eye catchy forests of deodar, pine and oak, apple orchards, Himalayas, across stone fruits and through famous Shiwalik foot hills. The circuit covers major areas of the country namely Delhi- Parwanoo- Kasauli- Barog- Solan- Chail- Hathkoti- Rampur- Sarahan- Narkanda- Naldehra- Tattapani- Shimla- Kairighat- Delhi. The Satluj Circuit also covers Nahan, Renuka and Paonta Sahib.

Location Covered by Satluj Circuit


India is having a large metropolitan city in the form of Delhi that also has National City capital.  After Mumbai, Delhi is the most populated city and is the biggest according to the area covered. It contained a population of around 22 millions in 2011 and was ranked fourth biggest city of the world.


It is a Municipal centre in Kurukshetra region and a town in Haryana, India. It is located at the left bank of Markanda River, around 20 kilometers in south direction of Ambala Cantonment. The town is also known as Shabad, Shahbad or Shahabad.


It is a metropolitan corporation and a famous city in the Ambala district of an Indian state Haryana. This city is present on the borders of the state with Punjab. From political point of view; Amabla is divided into two areas; Ambala City and Ambala Cant (Ambala Cantonment) around three kilometers away from one another, hence, it is named “Twin City”.


Panchkula district is having a beautiful town known as Pinjore. This is a region located in the Indian state Haryana, close to a city Chandigarh. Pinjore is present almost 1,800 feet above sea level in the valley, passing through the Sivalik Hills. The town takes the pride to possess 17th Century Garden of Asia and the HMT (Hindustan Machine Tools) factory.


Chandigarh is the capital of two major states of India, Punjab and Haryana and is also referred to as the union territory of the country. Chandigarh is normally translated as the Fort of Chandi that is a derivative of a historical temple Chandi Mandir, established for Hindu deity Chandi.


In the state of Himachal Pradesh, Parwanoo is a metropolitan region situated in the disctrict of Solan. It is famous for its industrial benefits. Its borders meet with Panchkula Distrct in Haryana, and present after Kalka and Pinjore towns on Chandigarh Shimla Highway.


Nahan is the district headquarters of Sirmaur which is situated in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Nahan is a town which is having an altitude of around 932 meters, thus ideal for visiting surrounding regions like Trilokpur temple, Suketi Fossil Park, Paonta Sahib, and Renuka Lake.

Paonta Sahib

In the southern part of Sirmour district, you will find Paonta Sahib town. It comes on the passage of National Highway seventy two. It has got great religious importance among Sikhs as well as industrial significance for business associates.


Another town in Himachal Pradesh at the district of Sirmaur is Renuka which is present 672 meters above sea level. Its Renuka lake is the largest in the state, having circumference of around 3214 meters. The lake has been named after a respectful goddess Renuka. People normally visit this place to get remarkable boating experience. You will also find a zoo and a loin safari in this town. There is also an annual celebration organized in November.


Kasauli is a town and cantonment which is situated in the district of Solan of Himachal Pradesh. The cantonment established in 1842 as the Colonial hill station that is 77 km or 48 mi away from Shimal, 65 km from Chandigarh, 50 km from Panchkula and has altitude of 1,800 m or 5,900 feet.


Shimla or Simla is the capital of Himachal Pradesh, situated in northern region of India. It is surrounded by Kullu and Mandi from the north, Uttarakhand state from the south east, Kinnaur in east and Sirmaur and Solan from the south.

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