The then capital as Bilaspur is now the Bilaspur City of Bilaspur District in Himachal Pradesh. It also witnessed the ruling Chandela Rajputs Dynasty in the 7th century. Now, being one of the lavish cities in Himachal Pradesh, it holds a huge number of tourists attraction. The temples, caves, sanctuaries are the major attractions of the city.
The beautiful Naina Devi Temple is located on the hilltop of Bilaspur City. One of the 51 Shaktipeethas, the majestic idol of Maa Naina Devi holds the utmost divinity. Read More...
Only the true explorer will know the essence of Dams and this Koldam Dam on Satluj River in Chamyon village of Bilaspur has amazing bliss to feel.
Explore this sanctuary of Bilaspur that signifies some of the rare animals. It is based on Govind Sagar Lake which is again holding a holistic hue. Read More...
As it is one of the historic and mythological cities of India, it owes a bundle of temples, forts, mystic caves is eminent to roam around.
You can enjoy giggling with your friends at Cafe Bilaspur that holds an amazing ambiance.
One of the major festivals is Navratri Festival in the Hindu religion. While it is grandly celebrated at Naina Devi Temple. The aura in the atmosphere has divine bliss.
Minjar fair is so important to the town of Chamba that it has mainly gained popularity because of the fair. It is fair which is organized with large participation and enthusiasm by the people of the town.
The Bilaspur city of Bilaspur district, Himachal Pradesh holds a moderated weather condition. Though, if you want to enjoy it the most, then visit the place during the winter months. The Spring season is also pleasing here in the city.
Air- The nearest airport is Shimla Airport. After reaching the airport, you can take a bus or taxi to reach the Bilaspur District.
Rail- The nearest railway station is the Kiratpur Sahib Railway Station, Punjab.
Bus- Bilaspur District has got the finest hill infrastructure. It is well-connected to other regional areas as well as neighbor cities and states such as Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, etc.