Dalhousie attractions

Hindu Temple in Dalhousie

Jai Pohlani Mata Temple

From the military barrier at Dhainkund, a beautiful 1.5km ridgeline walk leads to the Jai Pohlani Mata Temple, with a teahouse and great views of the Pir Pinjal range to the north. The scenic trail continues 5km sou…
Church in Dalhousie

St Francis Church

Built in 1894, St Francis Church stands just above Subhash Chowk.
Church in Dalhousie

St John Church

Colonial-era Protestant church built in 1863.
Area in Dalhousie


About 22km down the Chamba road from Dalhousie, the large, bowl-shaped, pine-ringed marg (meadow) at Khajjiar, touted as a 'mini-Switzerland', would be beautiful if it wasn't thronged by holidaymakers and horse-ride…
Hindu Temple in Dalhousie

Jagdamba Mata Temple

Half a kilometre down the road from Khajjiar meadow, the little Jagdamba Mata Temple is almost dwarfed by the recently erected 25m-high statue of Shiva that towers over it.
Religious Site in Dalhousie

Tibetan Rock Paintings

A number of Tibetan refugees have made their homes in Dalhousie and have adorned Garam Sarak with several painted rock carvings of Buddhist deities.
Hindu Temple in Dalhousie

Khajjinag Temple

Among the restaurants at Khajjiar hides the Khajjinag Temple, with crude effigies of the five Pandavas installed in the 16th century.