Saurabh Van Vihar

About Saurabh Van Vihar

Palampur is a town and a nagar panchayat in Kangra district in the state of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is situated in the hills of Dhauladhar Range. Palampur is the headquarters of the Kangra district. It is said that Palampur was founded by the Pandavas during their exile and that the town was known as Pandu Lena. The area came under British rule after the first Anglo-Sikh War in 1846. The town is well known for its tea gardens and its temperate climate. It is also a popular tourist destination and is home to several temples and monasteries.

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Things To Do at Saurabh Van Vihar

There are a few things to do at Saurabh Van Vihar. One can take a nature walk, visit the nearby temple, or take a dip in the nearby pond.

Bouldering and Boating at Saurabh Van Vihar

There is no bouldering or boating at Saurabh Van Vihar.

History of Saurabh Van Vihar

The Saurabh Van Vihar was built by the king of Chamba in the memory of his son, Prince Saurabh in the year 1875.

How To Reach Saurabh Van Vihar

By Air The nearest airport is Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun, which is about 125 km away from Palampur. By Train The nearest railway station is Palampur Railway Station, which is about 2 km away from Saurabh Van Vihar. By Road Palampur is well-connected to all major cities and towns in Himachal Pradesh by road.

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