Sujanpur Tira: It was founded by Raja Abhay Chand, the king of ruling
Katoch dynasty of Kangra in 1748 A.D. There is a tomb of Nawab Gulam Mohammed
of Rampur. There are five old temples at Tira and Sujanpur. The temple
dedicated to Gauri Shankar was built during the time of Raja Sansar Chand in
1793 A.D. in the sacred memory of his mother. The temple of Murli Manohar and Narbadeshwar
(built by Pransani Devi, The Suketi rani of Raja Sansar Chand) were also builit
in this time in 1970 and 1823 A.D. respectively. Other temples of repute are
the Mahadev temple, Devi and Vyasheshwar dedicated to Rishi Vyas) temple.
Obreen’s horses grave ( he was Raja Sansar Chand’s commander) is also located
in Sujanpur. This territory was first visited by a German, named ‘Traveck’ and
then by a British traveller named ‘Moorcraft’. Sujanpur place is suitable for
adventure sports like Paragliding, Angling, Rafting and trekking in and around
Nadaun: In Princely days, it is used to be the headquarters of the Nadaun Jagir,
Maharaja Sansar Chand of Kangra used to hold his court during summer for a
number of year during his reign. Nadaun is also Known for Bilkleshwar Mahadev
temple which is said to be have been founded by the Pandavs. Nadaun is famous for its beautiful people and a Gurudwara
founded in A.D. 1929. Nadaun was a gay place, during the reign of Sansar Chand
II. There was a saying current in Kangra hill (Who that comes to Nadaun will
not go away). This is explained by the fact that there were two hundred singing
and dancing girls at Nadaun and whoever come under the spell of these
enchantresses never thought of leaving. Thus writes Ghulam Mohiuddin in Tarikh-i
Punjab. It is peaceful town with a good Rest House, an Old Palace and Shiva
temple. The Palace Building at Amtar still houses some of the paintings of that
time. Jawalajee temple is also not very far and can be visited from here. This
place provides excellent facilities for Mahaseer fishing in the Beas River
flowing close by. Another attraction is the river rafting from this place to
Dehra and further. There are beautiful camping sites for anglers.
Deotsidh Temple: It is situated on the border of Bilaspur (70 Kms), Hamirpur (30 Kms) and is
well connected by roads from all sides. During Navratras,
there is a continuous stream of visitors to receive blessings of the Babaji.
Government makes arrangements for stay in tented colonies and provides water,
toilets and other essential services. Additional accommodation and installation
of rope way to Shah - Talai is expected to attract more tourists. This temple
is one of the biggest revenue earning institutions of the Himachal state and is
visited by nearly 45 lakhs of devotees across the country every year. ‘Mela’s
are organized during Holi festival. Sunday is considered auspicious day of
Babaji and consequently attracts huge devotees on this day.
Markanda: It is located in district Hamirpur, 6 KM away from Dera
parol on the bank of Kunah Khad is the place of Markandya Rishi. According to
Puranas, it is there that the idol of Rishi Markandya was installed. A Natural
water spring is also located there. The fair of markanda is also famous.
Bhota: It is located on Dharamshala-Shimla road at a distance of
15 KMs. from Hamirpur towards Bilaspur. The place is famous for Radha Swami
Satsang and one of the largest charitable hospital of the state have been
constructed by the same religious trust.