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Shoolini Temple, Solan

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Shoolini Temple, Solan 171001 Shimla, HP
India
31° 6' 4.1904" N, 77° 10' 27.8328" E
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Dedicated Goddess Sholini, this is a very old and holy temple. The main attraction here beside the temple is the annual Shoolini fair which is a celebrated with great pomp and show. Dancing, singing, wrestling and shopping for local items are the few activities tourists can be a part of. The fair is held in the last week of June.

Shimla

The one-time summer capital of the British, Shimla is a gorgeous hill station in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Located at an average height of 2,200 meter, Shimla is unique with its unparalleled glittering beauty. Set in the midst of impressive hills and dense jungles this hill town has its own charm. Its elegant streets, plummeting torrents and salubrious climate make it a thriving hotspot for honeymooners. Shimla is also the kick off point for the rest of Himachal, with well-knit roads. 

This erstwhile Nepalese state Syamala, gained prominence as the most sought after hill station under the auspices of the progressive British officers who had acquired its control in the year 1819. The snow-capped mountains, quaint surroundings and the mighty formations of Victorian style that dot the city, reverberates the colonial texture of the city.

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Shoolini Temple, Solan 171001 Shimla, HP
India
31° 6' 4.1904" N, 77° 10' 27.8328" E

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