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Church of Scotland:  

Church of Scotland, also known as Presbyterian Church or St. Andrew’s Church is a one the famous churches of Chamba. Known for its fine stone masonry, The Church of Scotland's lancer shaped arches and windows offer a unique architectural style along with the spirituality quotient of the church. Built in the year 1903, the church building is now transformed in to a library by the Chamba municipal authorities.


Chamunda Devi Temple:

Chamunda Devi Temple dedicated to Goddess Kali is one of the most religious shrines in Chamba. Located on the banks of River Baner, Chamunda Devi Temple is believed to be over 800 years old. The temple building are enshrined with the idols of numerous other gods but the stone lingam of Lord Shiva is the cynosure of all eyes due it ancient richness and religious quotient. The temple attracts a large number of devotees all through the year and especially during the nine day navratras festival.


Central Park:

Central Park is a popular tourist hotspot in Chamba well known for its lush green grass fields providing a panoramic view of Chamba. The park apart from being a polo ground was once a prominent spot for cricket tournaments especially under the British era. Central Park also hosts a number of vibrant fairs and festivals including carnivals and religious fests.


Rang Mahal:

Rang Mahal was founded by Raja Umed Singh is one of Chamba's most popular palaces. Once a residence of the Royal family of Chamba, Rang Mahal is now used for promoting Himachali handicrafts and under Handicrafts Department of Himachal Pradesh. Built with fusion of British and Mughal architectural styles, the Rang Mahal houses a number of ancient and rare paintings and ornaments. The Rang Mahal also encloses a shopping emporium run by Himachal Emporium offering great shopping opportunities for tourists.


Bhuri Singh Museum:

Bhuri Singh museum is a one of the popular museum of Chmba housing ancient artifacts portraying chamba's rich cultural heritage. The miniature paintings of Kangra and Basholi schools of art are the most sought out attraction of the Bhuri SIngh Museum. The acclaimed museum was established on September 14, 1908 and has been extended into a newly built hall in 1975 and is open from 10 Am to 5 Pm all through the year.


Laxmi Narayan Temple:

Laxmi Narayan temple is one of the largest and the most ancient temples in Chamba. Said to have been built during the 10th century, Laxmi Narayan temple houses six idols dedicated to God Vishnu. The main attraction of the temple is the wooden umbrellas which are in perfect union with Chamba's climate. The shrine houses a metallic image of Garuda, the mount of Lord Vishnu while the main idol of Lord Vishnu is made up from a rare piece of shining marble.


Hari Rai Temple:

Shri Hariraya temple also known as Hari Rai temple is located next to the Central Park is an ancient Vishnu temple attracting a large number of pilgrims and tourists. The temple built in the 11th century by Salabhana is decorated with beautiful carvings. Built in the Shikhara style of architecture, Sri Hari Rai Temple enshrines a marvelous bronze image of Lord Vishnu in the form of Chaturmurti.  


Champavati Temple:

Champavati temple is an ancient temple dedicated to Goddess Champavati. The popular shrine named after princess Champavati, the daughter of Raja Sahil Varman worships Mahishasuramardini, a manifestation of Goddess Durga attracting a large number of pilgrims all through the year.


Manimahesh Temple: Manimahesh temple built in shikhara style is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is one of the popular shrines of Chamba. Shiva's escort bull, Nandi’s statue is built at a height of five feet and stands in front of the temple. The Manimahesh temple is one of the most famous temples and part of the Chaurasi temples in Bharmour village near Chamba attracting a large number of devotees.



Saho is one of the prettiest villages in Chaba district known worldwide for its breathtaking serene and natural beauty. The village also attracts a number of pilgrims to the ancient Shiva temple where Lord Shiva is worshipped in his moon-crowned or Chandrashekhar manifestation. An annual fair held in August and September in the temple premises attracting huge crowds. Saho village is also the starting point of a number of trekking expeditions.


Chowari Pass:

Chowari pass also known as Chowari jot is the midpoint between Chamba and Chowari towns. Chowari Pass is located at an altitude of 8000 feet above sea level and is often blocked with snow during winter months. The pass is famous for its natural beauty including the Rhododendron, pine and Deodar trees.


Chaurasi Temple:

The Chaurasi temple constructed by Raja Sahil Varman in the memory of his daughter Champavati is one of popular shrines in Chamba district. e wood and metal craft along with a large wheel roof make the temples architecture stand out from all other temples in the region. The temple is located next to the Chamba treasury building and is easily reachable from Chamba city center.


Brajeshwari Devi Temple:

Brajeshwari Devi Temple dedicated to Goddess Durga is a popular temple in Chamba. Constructed in the 11th century, the shikhara style temple houses Goddess Vajreshwari, a manifestation of Goddess Durga. The temple holds great attraction in the nine day Navratras festivals with devotees coming from across the state to offer their prayers to the Goddess.