Shimla is present Capital of Himachal Pradesh India. In British Rule Shimla was the Summer Capital of British India. Shimla is also known as the HILLS QUEEN SHIMLA and blessed with many Historical places, Natural beauties, Religious places and temples. Jakhoo Temple, Kalibari Temple, Tara Devi Temple, Sanktmochan Temple etc. and Historical Places such as The Christ Church, The Ridge, The Mall, Gaiety Heritage Cultural Complex, State Musium of Shimla, Advance Studies, Hp university Summer hill Shimla etc.
Narkanda is very popular tourist place in Himachal Pradesh. It has an average elevation of 2621 mtrs about (8600 feet). Hatu Peak is just 5-7kms from Narkanda at the hight of 11000ft. Which is most place of attraction among tourist or visitors. Apple is main crash crop here.
Jakhu / Jakhoo is a famous temple dedicated to the monkey god- Lord Hanuman.
Situated at the highest peak in the hill capital of Himachal, at about 8500 feet in the east of historical ridge ground in Shimla, the temple is said to be existing from the times of Ramayana.
This temple of Lord Hanuman, the most faithful aide to Lord Rama is located in the thick forests of Jakhu hills. The devotees need to cover a steep hill trek of around 2 kms to reach the temple. The temple can also be visited on the back of ponies that are available on hire at the base of the hill.
The Sankat Mochan Temple is one of the most popular worship places in Shimla. The temple is located in the midst of lush green trees just below National Highway 22. Tourists can see the Himalayan ranges and the widespread city of Shimla.
The Sankat Mochan Temple houses the idols of Lord Shiva, Lord Rama and Lord Ganesha in separate complexes along with Lord Hanuman in the main temple. The temple of Lord Ganesha is designed in the South Indian architectural style.