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New Delhi – Himachal Pradesh is a very beautiful state located in the northern region of India. Any city you visit, you will see beauty. But today we are talking about Kalpa, a riverside village on the Shimla-Kaza highway. Wherever you go, you will be amazed by the scenery. Situated on the banks of the river Sutlej, Kalpa is a hidden village, not visible from the highway.

Himachal is a place where tourists visit throughout the year. In cities like Shimla, Manali and Kullu you will find crowds all the time, but not in Kalpa.

apple orchard

Kalpa is a place where you will find apple orchards everywhere. That is, wherever you look, you will see apple orchards. Not one or two, but you will find several kilometers of apple orchards, which are very attractive.

perspective

There aren’t just apple orchards to see. Kalpa is a small town, the snowy peaks of Mount Kailash are easily visible from anywhere. From here you can also see the views of Kinner Kailash and Raldang Kailash. It will win your heart instantly.

Kalpa is about 244 km from Shimla Railway Station.

The nearest railway station to Kalpa is Shimla Railway Station which is about 244 km away. Earlier, Kalpa was the headquarters of Kinnaur district, but now Rekang PO is the headquarters of Kinnaur.

Buddhist monasteries and temples

If you think Kalpa has nothing but beautiful scenery and apple orchards, you are wrong. You will find beautiful traditional Himachali architecture in this village temple and Buddhist monastery. The local Narayana Nagni temple here is a fine example of craftsmanship. The second is the Buddhist monastery, including the Hu-boo-in-car gompa.

Few people know that Kalpa was a favorite holiday destination of the British. In winter, this village is covered with a white sheet of snow.

If you think Kalpa has nothing but beautiful scenery and apple orchards, you are wrong. You will find beautiful traditional Himachali architecture in this village temple and Buddhist monastery. The local Narayana Nagni temple here is a fine example of craftsmanship. The second is the Buddhist monastery, including the Hu-boo-in-car gompa.

Few people know that Kalpa was a favorite holiday destination of the British. In winter, this village is covered with a white sheet of snow.

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