Nalagarh Hill Station Tours Near Chandigarh
Nalagarh was the capital of the kingdom of Hindur founded by raja Ajai Chand in 1100 A.D. It was ruled by the Chandela Rajputs. The Chandela kings were great patrons of art and architecture.
Raja Ram Chander, another illustrious ruler of the same dynasty, was also a great builder who constructed the Ramgarh Fort and the town of Ramshere. Raja Surendra Singh was the last ruler of Nalagarh and his son, raja Vijayendra is the present ceremonial ruler of Nalagarh.
Prime Attraction of Nalagarh
Nalagarh FortThe Fort is located on a hillock at the foothills of the mighty Himalayas affording a panoramic view of the Shivalik Hills beyond the Sirsa river. The Garh rises above a 20 acre estate of forest and orchard and is built on five levels, three of which have well manicured lawns. The fort and the palace of Nalagarh have a series of structures that are mostly built in the Mughal style of architecture. These have been exhaustively renovated and are now a quality heritage resort.
How To Get There - Nalagarh
By AirChandigarh 60 Km away is well connected from Delhi with regular Indian Airlines flights (35 minutes).
By RailChandigarh 60 Km away has regular connections from Delhi and some other major railway junctions. The Shatabdi takes 3 hours from Delhi.
By RoadDelhi - Nalagarh is 300 km and takes 5 hours by road via Ambala-Pinjore or Chandigarh-Ropar.