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About District Sirmaur District Sirmaur is located in outer Himalayas which is commonly known as Shivalik range. This district is bounded by District Shimla in North, Uttrakhand State in East, Haryana State in South and District Solan in North-West. Like other parts of Himachal Pradesh, it has beautiful landscapes, bracing climate, big and small game and legendry temples which hold abiding attraction for the tourists.
District Head Quarter at Nahan Geography Situated over an isolated ridge in the Shivaliks, about 932 metres in altitude Climate Pleasant climate throughout the year Introduction Nahan, founded by Raja Karam Parkash in 1621 AD, is presently the district headquarter of this district. It is situated at an altitude of 932 metres from the sea level. It enjoys a pleasant climate almost throughout the year. It has several famous temples and tanks which add considerably to its attraction. It has an ancient palace just in the heart of the town which has its own importance and attracts the tourists from outside the town. It commands on all sides extensive and beautiful views. The town's special attractions include its three lovely and lonely walks, known as the Villa Round, the Military Round and the Hospital Round, which give the tourists a very pleasant view of the surrounding areas. Just below the palace is the beautiful garden known as Ranital Bagh which is one of the most beautiful spots of the town. From the tourist point of view this town has its own importance having all modern amenities with well furnished rest houses and other private accommodation. How to reach Here By Road it is 90 Km from Chandigarh, 90 Km from Dehradun, 135 Km from Shimla and 65 Km form Ambala Where to Stay Circuit House, PWD Rest House, Zila Parishad Bhawan, Private Hotels