It is day 5 in Himachal Pradesh and checked out of my hotel and I went to Shimla's famous Mall Road there is a Hanuman temple over here which is a must visit as it is the tallest Hanuman statue in all over HP you can go to the temple in a cable car which is affordable and you can have a new experience as well if you haven't travelled in a cable car.
Next I when to Wax Museum which is newly built it is nothing much special there but still you can have lovely pictures with the wax statues of Narendra Modi ,Aamir Khan ,Obama ,Harry Potter ,Johnny Depp and other famous figures.
Next I drove back to Chandigarh on the same day and checked into my hotel "the cove " it was the most luxurious hotel and a cosy place to stay.
ORIGIN OF THE NAME:
At its southernmost point it also touches the state of Uttar Pradesh the states name was coined from the Sanskrit him means snow and Anchal means land or award by Acharya Diwakar Dutt one of the states eminent Sanskrit scholars.
TRIBES AND DRESSES OF HIMACHAL:
Brahmin women also wear similar clothing like salwar kameez and Ghagra Choli for occasions and celebrations they wear long pyjamas traditional ghagra choli woven at home with intricate embroidery and new rings and bangles.
TRIBAL HIMACHALLI DRESSES,dohru shall AND busheri topi for men ,women wear bulky silver ornaments that is tribals from Kinnaur.
Tribal people from Spiti wear sultan on the lower part of the body and and chola on the upper part.with belt called "dora" men and women wear long shawl called paltu or Dhatu on their heads alongside brahmins and Rajput there are many tribes which dwell in the hilly state some of them are gaddis,gujjars, kinnars,lahulis and pangawals. The ethnic costumes is similar to Rajput and Brahmins.
3.bhey or spicy lotous stems
4.kaale channe ka khatta
To name a few you can try the Tibetian dishes as well.
Sorry I have not documented much pictures.