Explore Beauty and Tranquility of Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh This Vacation
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Explore Beauty and Tranquility of Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh This Vacation

In Gobind Sagar Lake you can find a diversity of flora and fauna, as well as an abundance of fish

Explore Beauty and Tranquility of Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh This Vacation

The initially planned hill town in India is located in the Bilaspur District of Himachal Pradesh. Bilaspur, located in the Himalayas, is renowned for its stunning scenery. The city is one of the top vacation spots for its wide variety of historical sites, religious sites, beautiful sights, and exciting activities it offers. If you've been to Himachal Pradesh and enjoyed the natural beauty and tranquil atmosphere then, you should also check out the Bilaspur district.

Shrine of Shri Naina Devi Ji

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The Shri Naina Devi Ji Temple in Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh, is both holy and well-attended. The local ruler, Raja Bir Chand, built this temple back in the eighth century. Shravan Ashtami, along with Chaitra and Ashwin Navratri, are peak times for visitors and worshippers at this sacred site.

Bhakra Nangal Dam

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The Bhakra Nangal Dam is a concrete gravity dam across the Satluj River in Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh. The area encompassed by Bhakra Dam is 168.35 sq km. It is the third-largest reservoir in India. It is the third largest reservoir in India and a popular tourist destination since it provides water for cultivation in Haryana and Himachal Pradesh.

Kandrour Bridge

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Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh is only 8 kilometres from the Kandrour Bridge, which spans the Satluj River. The building process started in April 1959 and lasted until 1965. It is also among the highest bridges in the world. The picturesque Sutlej River and the stunning scenery surrounding the Kandrour Bridge make Bilaspur a top tourist destination.

Gobind Sagar Lake

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In 1976, humans constructed the artificial Gobind Sagar Lake. The diversity of flora and fauna, as well as the abundance of fish species, make this area a top tourist draw. Swimming, surfing, water skiing, river rafting, and a host of other water sports are all possible in the reservoir.

Vyas Cave

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This cave is known as Vyas Gufa or Vyas cave since it was the place of meditation for the great sage Vyas for many years. It's on the Sutlej River's bank at the city's doorstep. Saint Vyas authored the Mahabharat, an Indian epic poem. This cave is one of Bilaspur's holiest sites, and it's also one of the city's oldest attractions.