Nalagarh Nalagarh is located at 31.05° N 76.72° E. It has an average elevation of 372 metres (1220 feet). Nalagarh is a Semi Hilly Area . While the summers are hot and dry Winters are Dry and wet .Summers temperature does reach 45 degrees celsius, also it could be Humid , Which Make "Feel Temperature" at 50 degrees celsius .During rainy season strong winds are experienced . Yet Nalagarh Physically belongs to Himachal Pradesh but but the culture and others are like Punjab .
Nalagarh is the capital of the Kingdom of Hindur founded by Raja Ajai Chand in 1100 A.D.It was ruled by the Chandela Rajputs who originate from Chanderi in the Bundelkhand region of Central India. The famous Khajuraho Temples were built by the Chandela Kings of yore.The Fort was built during the region of Raja Bikram Chand in 1421. The present Raja of Nalagarh & his relatives extend a Royal Welcome.
A small hill station of Himachal Pradesh, Parwanoo is situated near the border that the state shares with Haryana. It is located along the National Highway No. 22. Once a small village, Parvanoo has now evolved into a thriving industrial town that is known for its food processing and pharmaceutical industries. The natural beauty of the hill resort makes it important from the tourism point of view. Parwanu also serves as the base station to the nearby attractions, such as Renuka Lake, Subathu cantonment area, Dagshai, Pinjore Gardens, Kasauli, etc.
The drive to Parwanoo is full of beautiful views of twisting and turning roads and soaring peaks, quite characteristic of this hilly region. Many hotels, restaurants and lodges have sprung up to fulfill the need of the tourists and visitors who travel to the city. People are warm and friendly and there are lots of long drive possibilities that the town has to offer. Apart from its own tourist attractions, Parwanoo also boasts of a number of excursions, where tourists can go and enjoy themselves.
The scenic beauty and serenity of Kasauli along with its warm and friendly people make it a charming hill station. Kasauli retains an old-world-charm reminding one of the by-gone British era. This quiet little place with its gabled houses, cobbled pathways, quaint shops and manicured gardens provides magnificent views in a very subtle way to its visitors.
Narrow winding roads of Kasauli offers gorgeous views of plains of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh at night and the silver lining of River Satluj flowing through them. One can see Choor Chandni peak from here, the 'Mountain of the Silver Bangles' where snow shines in the moonlight as a bangle moving down the hill. The Upper and Lower Malls run through Kasauli's length. It is 20 km from Barog and 60 km from Chandigarh.