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The Kangra District of Himachal Pradesh is situated in the Western Himalayas between 31°2 to 32°5 N and 75° to 77°45 E. In 1966, Kangra districts was added to Himachal Pradesh which was an Union Territory at that time. The district has a geographical area of 5,739 km. which constitutes 10.31% of the geographical area of the State. Kangra has a sex ratio of 1013 females for every 1000 males and a literacy rate of 86.49%. The native people are the Kangri people and the native language is Kangri, which is very similar to Punjabi. The traditional dress for men was the kurta, pyjamas, and a woolen jacket used in winter. Women generally wear the salwar kameez and with the salwar Kameez girls and women take chuenni (“Chaddru” in local language.) FACTS ABOUT KANGRA DISTRICT THAT YOU PROBABLY DON’T KNOW: 1. Most populous District with 1,510,075 residents. 2. Katoch dynasty of Kangra is known…

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The Kangra District of Himachal Pradesh is situated in the Western Himalayas between 31°2 to 32°5 N and 75° to 77°45 E. In 1966, Kangra districts was added to Himachal Pradesh which was an Union Territory at that time. The district has a geographical area of 5,739 km. which constitutes 10.31% of the geographical area of the State. Kangra has a sex ratio of 1013 females for every 1000 males and a literacy rate of 86.49%. The native people are the Kangri people and the native language is Kangri, which is very similar to Punjabi. The traditional dress for men was the kurta, pyjamas, and a woolen jacket used in winter. Women generally wear the salwar kameez and with the salwar Kameez girls and women take chuenni (“Chaddru” in local language.) FACTS ABOUT KANGRA DISTRICT THAT YOU PROBABLY DON’T KNOW: 1. Most populous District with 1,510,075 residents. 2. Katoch dynasty of Kangra is known…

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As truly said by Saint Augustine, “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” This statement totally makes sense when you think about life as an opportunity to travel as much as possible to corners of the world and know and learn about various aspects of life, cultures, society, nature,etc. So today we will tell you about “These 5 reasons make Himachal a must visit place for once in a lifetime”. 1. To fall in love with Nature If you are tired of seeing and living in the same concrete jungle for a long time then it is time for you to change the view. God has gifted Himachal with splendid amount of wealth and beauty of nature. You can witness ravishing mighty Himalayan ranges, roaring fierce rivers, beautiful waterfalls, hot springs, plenty of lakes and mysterious deep forests within this small wonderland.…

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