Two-day International Himalyan Festival at Mcleodganj on December 10.
Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and Dalai Lama will jointly inaugurate the festival.
the state tourism development board vice chairman Mr Mankotia said about this festival and also said there would be 230 arrtists from all over the India like sikkim, uttarakhand, arunachal pradesh and Jammu and kashmir, Punjab, Rajasthan will participate in the two days cultural programme in Mcleodganj.
He is also said that Central Tibetan Administration has also invited cultural troops from Russia, Mangolia and Bhutan to take part in the festival
Kasauli is small charming hill station in the state of Himachal. This places is near by Chandigarh almost 70 KM and 77 KM from Shimla capital of Himachal. Its developed by the British during its peak period in India reached by a branch road from the Kalka – Shimla road.
Its very good those who are looking to enjoy their time alone with family, friends etc. And lot of people comes with friends, group in weekend time and relax or enjoy their weekend. This is small town so there is not big things to enjoy but yeah there are some of attractions are very good like manki Point, Sanawar – The Lawrence school is almost one hundred-years-old and a major attraction of the town, Dharampur, Sunrise Point, Hawa Ghar, Sunset point, Scandal Point & Lover’s Lane, Krishna Bhavan Mandir, Tibetian Market etc.
How to reach Kasauli?
By road : Buses, coaches and taxis frequently from Kasauli to Chandigarh and Delhi. For those driving from Delhi, take NH 1 to Ambala, and cross Sonepat and Karnal. From Ambala, take NH 22 for Kasauli.
By Rail : 40 KM Kalka Railway station
By Air: Shimla and Chandigrah are Airport
Also hotels and Resorts available in Kasauli and you can choose as per your budget, The best time is April to September
Residents of Delhi may put up a cheery smile. If you thought that you will have to shell out big money to go for a vacation, you are wrong. There are a number of touristy places just near Delhi which are equally enthralling and do not require any major investment. They are, in fact, perfect for weekend tours. So, job-doers after toiling throughout the week can actually look forward to a couple of days of rest and repose at one of these places.