Chamba is located in Himachal Pradesh in the northern region of India. Chamba town lies on the bank of River Ravi, in a valley surrounded by two mountain ridges.
Chamba is very famous for its magnificent architecture that preserves the cultural heritage which dates back to the ages. Its customs, culture and habits are unique from other parts of himachal Pradesh. Beautiful locations like hills and mountains, forests, lakes, rivers, springs and streams make chamba unique in whole world. All gorgeous places make chamba a base for numerous excursions.
Places of Attractions
Champavati temple: The Champavati temple is a very popular oldest temple. It is situated in the heart of the city of chamba and built in Shikhara style with elegant stone carvings and a huge wheel on the roof. The temple is dedicated to goddess Mahishasurmardini.
Lakshmi Narayan Temples: It is built in 10th century by Raja Sahil Verman. This includes six most famous shikhara style temples and numerous small shrines.
Akhand Chandi Palace: Place where chamba’s ruling family lived but the place is famous for original craftsmanship that still can be seen by painted walls, glass work and intricate woodwork.
Church of Scotland: The church is century old, it is established by a first missionary in chamba. This is a charming dressed stone structure with lancet windows. The church is also known as St. Andrew’s Church.
There are lots more places that attract the tourists most like Bhuri Singh Museum, Rang Mahal, Manimahesh etc.