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Places worth a visit

I would be visiting Dalhousie in Dec '14. I have shorted below places for visit. Kindly advice if I should add/remove any of the place.

Luxmi Narayan temple

HARI RAI TEMPLE

Khajjar

Lakkarmandi

Kala Top

Bara pathar

walk to the Satdhara

Panchpula

St. Andrews Church (1903)

St. Patricks Church (1909)

Bakrota hill

Norwood Paradham

Dainkund

Kyanance building

Subhash Baoli

St. Johns Church (1853)

St. Francis Church (1894)

garam sadak

mall road

banikhet

Chamera Dam project

Thank you in advance !!!

Mumbai, India
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1. Re: Places worth a visit

hi shiningsun51

some must visit are -

day trip to kala top/khajjiar/chamba

other sightseeings are

Luxmi Narayan temple

Lakkarmandi

walk to the Satdhara

Panchpula

St. Andrews Church (1903)

St. Patricks Church (1909)

Bakrota hill

Dainkund

St. Johns Church (1853)

St. Francis Church (1894)

mall road

chamera Dam project

if you like to visit churches then , only do .

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2. Re: Places worth a visit

Hi Lalbahadur

Can Kalatop/khajjar and chamba be covered in single day? We are travelling with 3 kids ( age 2,3 and 7yrs) and aged parents. What are the places to visit in chamba?

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