Khaneara Tourism & Travel Guide

Trips and Itineraries for Khaneara

This homestay is my own Grandparent's house which was built in 1920's, My Great GrandFather had served for British Army. whenever i visit dharamsala i definately visit Khaneara village to have a peaceful evening....

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Also, 8 Km away from Dharamshala is a village known as Khaneara village....

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Weekend Getaways from Khaneara  

Best time to visit - January,February,March,April,May,June,October,November,December
Simla is the capital and the largest city of the northern India state of Himachal Pradesh, Dharamsala being the other capital. Shimla is also a district which is bounded by Mandi and Kullu in the north, Kinnaur in the east, the state of Uttarakhand in the south-east, and Solan and Sirmaur. Sitting majestically above the lush plains, the British designated the town as the summer capital of India. The higher terrains of the town reflect this British connection, embodied by its buildings, built in the Victorian style, while the lower slopes are occupied with Indian bazaars and restaurants. The nearest broad gauge head is at Kalka - a four- to seven-hour journey from Delhi. After that, take the mountain train from Kalka to Shimla. This railway track has recently been granted the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

About Khaneara

Khaneara is located in a peaceful location in Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh in India. This small village of Gaddis is Nestled at the foothills of the magnificent Dhauladhar mountain range, with eco-friendly construction and natural and pristine surroundings - A perfect getaway destination in the Himalayas. The Gaddis are a tribe living mainly in the Indian states of Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. They are Hindus and belong to several castes. These are nomadic herders who keep on moving with their sheep herds (called 'Revad') through the year in Himalayas in search of grazing land. Climate change, construction of roads, hotels, conservation of forest areas etc. have led to shortage of grazing land and made herding difficult for Gaddi people. Also the new generations of Gaddis are showing reluctance to continue their generations old occupation and they are more inclined towards living a settled life.

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