Glimpses of Palampur Town with Travelling Camera

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Palampur, a dream place to live... Really, I have been to Palampur many times and more I visit this place, more I fell in love with this place... Town with wonderful views of snow covered Dhauladhar Mountains, Naturally rich has most of the modern facilities available...

Glimpses of Palampur Town with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ Sharma @ www.travellingcamera.com : Palampur, a dream place to live... Really, I have been to Palampur many times and more I visit this place, more I fell in love with this place... Town with wonderful views of snow covered Dhauladhar Mountains, Naturally rich has most of the modern facilities available...Here is a view from Tea Gardens near Neugal Cafe...Just entered into Palampur Town: From this Photograph you can make an idea that mountains around Palapur are clearly visible from most of the areas in this town... Weather in this town is amazing... Its not as crowded as Shimla and is comparatively rich in terms of basic facilities like Water, Light etc..A Photograph shot from moving car in the middle of Palampur Market... You can also see snow covered hills from here also ;-) .. Palampur Market is lovely place to spend your evenings..Most of the telecommunication service providers are there in Palampur and its not only the case for telecom services, but other types are services are also available with broad range of varieties. Palampur is very well connected through Bus, Train and there is also an Airport in Kangra....More clear view of Dhauladar Mountains from Neugal Khad....Palampur was a part of the local Sikh Kingdom before it came under the British raj. It was one of the leading hill states and was once a part of the Jalandhar kingdom. There are countless water streams, tea gardens and rice paddies. The town of Palampur came into being when Dr. Jameson who was Superintendent of Botanical Gardens and introduced the tea bush from Almora in 1850. The bush thrived and so did the town which became a focus of the European tea estate owners. Since then the Kangra tea of Palampur has been known internationally. 


Here is a view from Tea Gardens near Neugal Cafe...

Glimpses of Palampur Town with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ Sharma @ www.travellingcamera.com : Palampur, a dream place to live... Really, I have been to Palampur many times and more I visit this place, more I fell in love with this place... Town with wonderful views of snow covered Dhauladhar Mountains, Naturally rich has most of the modern facilities available...Here is a view from Tea Gardens near Neugal Cafe...Just entered into Palampur Town: From this Photograph you can make an idea that mountains around Palapur are clearly visible from most of the areas in this town... Weather in this town is amazing... Its not as crowded as Shimla and is comparatively rich in terms of basic facilities like Water, Light etc..A Photograph shot from moving car in the middle of Palampur Market... You can also see snow covered hills from here also ;-) .. Palampur Market is lovely place to spend your evenings..Most of the telecommunication service providers are there in Palampur and its not only the case for telecom services, but other types are services are also available with broad range of varieties. Palampur is very well connected through Bus, Train and there is also an Airport in Kangra....More clear view of Dhauladar Mountains from Neugal Khad....Palampur was a part of the local Sikh Kingdom before it came under the British raj. It was one of the leading hill states and was once a part of the Jalandhar kingdom. There are countless water streams, tea gardens and rice paddies. The town of Palampur came into being when Dr. Jameson who was Superintendent of Botanical Gardens and introduced the tea bush from Almora in 1850. The bush thrived and so did the town which became a focus of the European tea estate owners. Since then the Kangra tea of Palampur has been known internationally. 

Just entered into Palampur Town: From this Photograph you can make an idea that mountains around Palapur are clearly visible from most of the areas in this town... Weather in this town is amazing... Its not as crowded as Shimla and is comparatively rich in terms of basic facilities like Water, Light etc..

Glimpses of Palampur Town with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ Sharma @ www.travellingcamera.com : Palampur, a dream place to live... Really, I have been to Palampur many times and more I visit this place, more I fell in love with this place... Town with wonderful views of snow covered Dhauladhar Mountains, Naturally rich has most of the modern facilities available...Here is a view from Tea Gardens near Neugal Cafe...Just entered into Palampur Town: From this Photograph you can make an idea that mountains around Palapur are clearly visible from most of the areas in this town... Weather in this town is amazing... Its not as crowded as Shimla and is comparatively rich in terms of basic facilities like Water, Light etc..A Photograph shot from moving car in the middle of Palampur Market... You can also see snow covered hills from here also ;-) .. Palampur Market is lovely place to spend your evenings..Most of the telecommunication service providers are there in Palampur and its not only the case for telecom services, but other types are services are also available with broad range of varieties. Palampur is very well connected through Bus, Train and there is also an Airport in Kangra....More clear view of Dhauladar Mountains from Neugal Khad....Palampur was a part of the local Sikh Kingdom before it came under the British raj. It was one of the leading hill states and was once a part of the Jalandhar kingdom. There are countless water streams, tea gardens and rice paddies. The town of Palampur came into being when Dr. Jameson who was Superintendent of Botanical Gardens and introduced the tea bush from Almora in 1850. The bush thrived and so did the town which became a focus of the European tea estate owners. Since then the Kangra tea of Palampur has been known internationally. 

A Photograph shot from moving car in the middle of Palampur Market... You can also see snow covered hills from here also ;-) .. Palampur Market is lovely place to spend your evenings..

Glimpses of Palampur Town with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ Sharma @ www.travellingcamera.com : Palampur, a dream place to live... Really, I have been to Palampur many times and more I visit this place, more I fell in love with this place... Town with wonderful views of snow covered Dhauladhar Mountains, Naturally rich has most of the modern facilities available...Here is a view from Tea Gardens near Neugal Cafe...Just entered into Palampur Town: From this Photograph you can make an idea that mountains around Palapur are clearly visible from most of the areas in this town... Weather in this town is amazing... Its not as crowded as Shimla and is comparatively rich in terms of basic facilities like Water, Light etc..A Photograph shot from moving car in the middle of Palampur Market... You can also see snow covered hills from here also ;-) .. Palampur Market is lovely place to spend your evenings..Most of the telecommunication service providers are there in Palampur and its not only the case for telecom services, but other types are services are also available with broad range of varieties. Palampur is very well connected through Bus, Train and there is also an Airport in Kangra....More clear view of Dhauladar Mountains from Neugal Khad....Palampur was a part of the local Sikh Kingdom before it came under the British raj. It was one of the leading hill states and was once a part of the Jalandhar kingdom. There are countless water streams, tea gardens and rice paddies. The town of Palampur came into being when Dr. Jameson who was Superintendent of Botanical Gardens and introduced the tea bush from Almora in 1850. The bush thrived and so did the town which became a focus of the European tea estate owners. Since then the Kangra tea of Palampur has been known internationally. 

Most of the telecommunication service providers are there in Palampur and its not only the case for telecom services, but other types are services are also available with broad range of varieties. Palampur is very well connected through Bus, Train and there is also an Airport in Kangra....

Glimpses of Palampur Town with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ Sharma @ www.travellingcamera.com : Palampur, a dream place to live... Really, I have been to Palampur many times and more I visit this place, more I fell in love with this place... Town with wonderful views of snow covered Dhauladhar Mountains, Naturally rich has most of the modern facilities available...Here is a view from Tea Gardens near Neugal Cafe...Just entered into Palampur Town: From this Photograph you can make an idea that mountains around Palapur are clearly visible from most of the areas in this town... Weather in this town is amazing... Its not as crowded as Shimla and is comparatively rich in terms of basic facilities like Water, Light etc..A Photograph shot from moving car in the middle of Palampur Market... You can also see snow covered hills from here also ;-) .. Palampur Market is lovely place to spend your evenings..Most of the telecommunication service providers are there in Palampur and its not only the case for telecom services, but other types are services are also available with broad range of varieties. Palampur is very well connected through Bus, Train and there is also an Airport in Kangra....More clear view of Dhauladar Mountains from Neugal Khad....Palampur was a part of the local Sikh Kingdom before it came under the British raj. It was one of the leading hill states and was once a part of the Jalandhar kingdom. There are countless water streams, tea gardens and rice paddies. The town of Palampur came into being when Dr. Jameson who was Superintendent of Botanical Gardens and introduced the tea bush from Almora in 1850. The bush thrived and so did the town which became a focus of the European tea estate owners. Since then the Kangra tea of Palampur has been known internationally. 

More clear view of Dhauladar Mountains from Neugal Khad....

Glimpses of Palampur Town with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ Sharma @ www.travellingcamera.com : Palampur, a dream place to live... Really, I have been to Palampur many times and more I visit this place, more I fell in love with this place... Town with wonderful views of snow covered Dhauladhar Mountains, Naturally rich has most of the modern facilities available...Here is a view from Tea Gardens near Neugal Cafe...Just entered into Palampur Town: From this Photograph you can make an idea that mountains around Palapur are clearly visible from most of the areas in this town... Weather in this town is amazing... Its not as crowded as Shimla and is comparatively rich in terms of basic facilities like Water, Light etc..A Photograph shot from moving car in the middle of Palampur Market... You can also see snow covered hills from here also ;-) .. Palampur Market is lovely place to spend your evenings..Most of the telecommunication service providers are there in Palampur and its not only the case for telecom services, but other types are services are also available with broad range of varieties. Palampur is very well connected through Bus, Train and there is also an Airport in Kangra....More clear view of Dhauladar Mountains from Neugal Khad....Palampur was a part of the local Sikh Kingdom before it came under the British raj. It was one of the leading hill states and was once a part of the Jalandhar kingdom. There are countless water streams, tea gardens and rice paddies. The town of Palampur came into being when Dr. Jameson who was Superintendent of Botanical Gardens and introduced the tea bush from Almora in 1850. The bush thrived and so did the town which became a focus of the European tea estate owners. Since then the Kangra tea of Palampur has been known internationally. 

Palampur was a part of the local Sikh Kingdom before it came under the British raj. It was one of the leading hill states and was once a part of the Jalandhar kingdom. There are countless water streams, tea gardens and rice paddies. The town of Palampur came into being when Dr. Jameson who was Superintendent of Botanical Gardens and introduced the tea bush from Almora in 1850. The bush thrived and so did the town which became a focus of the European tea estate owners. Since then the Kangra tea of Palampur has been known internationally...

Comments

Parnashree Devi said…
Very well written ....you made my mind to visit Palampur...Nice Post
Thanks Parnashree...

I love this place...
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ANEESH said…
hey this would be the best way for me to show my friends how my PALAMPUR is.
thanks a lot.

please to let me know when you visit my home town "PALAMPUR" next would take to many other places where most of the locals wont have see.
Hey Aneesh,

Thanks for leaving comment here !

I will surely get in touch with you when I go to Palampur again. I love your place man !!
Bhavna Negi said…
OH Man!! Amazing place..!! and even amazingly captured!!
I am in love with Palampur!! seems like my place to escape
Bhavna - Personally I don't like any of these clicks but Palampur is close to my heart. I visit Palampur 3-4 times in an year.

You must go and there are lot other interesting places around the same.
Unknown said…
I have visited once this amazing place .but still I can remember its eternal beauty.thanks everyone.
Unknown said…
I have visited once this amazing place .but still I can remember its eternal beauty.thanks everyone.
Robby said…
This is really nice, I loved the images they give a personal touch to your travel. I too am planning to travel to Palampur thanks for the heads-up. By the way, do you know any 5 star hotels in palampur?

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