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Himachala Pradesh 
Himachal Pradesh - Index Nainital - Parvathi
Nainital - Kasar Mandrem
Chadgav Renuka
Kangra - Bajreswari Trilokpur
Daulakhan Bhagani
Paonta Simla
Jwalamukhi  Kangra - Bajreswari
Manali Kullu
Sarahan Naggar
Solan Mandi
Kullu - Devi Nainidevi
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The very mention of Simla. the capital of Himachal Pradesh lying on the steep slopes of a twelve kilometre long crescent shaped ridge, poresenting a panoramic view of the snow capped Himalayas, enthralls the visitors infinitely and propells the listeners for a visitation. For people living on plains, its eyeful appeal affords an exhilarating experience and detains them longer than expectation. This lovely city endowed with Nature's gifts is housing several places of worship for many deities of Hindu Pantheon. The Tara Devi temple built on a vantage point amidst spectular scenery lures both theists and tourists alike. It is one of the much-frequented picnic spots affording a lovely view of the whole Simla town. This is a modestly built temple commanding streams of devotees throughout the year. Daily worship is offered with due devotion. The Mother's image adorned with garlands is quite imposing and raises the hands of visitors instantly.

It can be reached by four wheelers from bus stand 7 km off the heart of Simla. On account of its location atop a ridge, covering a part of the distance on foot is a MUST.

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