Valleys of Himachal Pradesh

Valleys of Himachal Pradesh | Famous Valleys in Himachal Pradesh | Frequently Asked Questions- Answers related valleys of Himachal Pradesh (2021)

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Valleys of Himachal Pradesh | Famous Valleys in Himachal Pradesh | Frequently Asked Questions- Answers related valleys of Himachal Pradesh (2021)

Valleys of Himachal Pradesh
Valleys of Himachal Pradesh

Valleys of Himachal Pradesh –

Kangra Valley –

 Kangra Valley is known as Veer Bhumi.  It extends from Shahpur to Palampur.  The major cities of this valley are – Dharamshala.  Nurpur, Palampur, Kangra, Baijnath.  The Dhauladhar mountain range is similar to the crown on the Kangra valley.  The Bid place of the valley is famous for hang-gliding. 

Sangla Valley (Baspa) –

Sangla Valley is situated between 1830 meters to 3475 meters elevation above sea level.  The highest village of Sangla Valley is Chitkul.  ‘Kamru’ and ‘Sangla’ are the main villages of this valley.  Sangla Valley is also known as Baspa Valley.  Baspa is a tributary of the Sutlej.  The Tidong Valley lies north of the Baspa River. 

Balh Valley –

This valley is located in the plains of Mandi district.  It is the most fertile valley in Himachal Pradesh.  The average elevation of this valley is 800 meters.  The Indo-German Joint Agricultural Project in 1962 has led to amazing economic development of this valley.  It is also called the Sundernagar Valley. 

Chamba Valley –

Chamba Valley is known as Ravi Valley.  The Ravi River flows in the middle of the Chamba Valley. Mainly the people of the Gaddi tribe live in this valley.  Chamba, Bharmour, Dalhousie, Khajjiar etc. are the major cities of Chamba Valley. 

Kullu Valley –

Kullu Valley is also known as ‘Devghati’.  Cedar and apple trees are found in this valley.  Manali, Naggar, Banjar, Ani situated in this valley.  The Rupi valley in Kullu is famous for silver mines. 

Paonta Valley –

 This valley is known as Kiarda – Dun Valley.  Yamuna river separates Paonta valley from Dehradun valley.  Giri and Bata are the major rivers of this valley.  Paonta Sahib, Majra, Dhaula Kuan are the towns falling under this valley. 

Lahaul – Spiti –

This valley is located in the highest region of Himachal Pradesh.  The height of this valley is from 3000 meters to 6500 meters above sea level.  Alpine trees are found in this valley.  Potato is mainly cultivated here.  Chandra and Bhaga are the major rivers of this valley.  The Bhaga Valley of Lahaul is also called Rangoli Valley. 

Pabbar Valley –

This valley is also known as Rohru Valley.  Pabbar is the major river of this valley, whose origin is the Chanshal peak. 

Satluj Valley –

This valley extends from Shipki in Kinnaur to Bilaspur district.  The major cities of this valley are Rampur, Bilaspur. 

Sarsa Valley –

Located in Solan district, this valley is also known as Industrial Valley.  The major cities of this valley are Dagshai, Kasauli, Sanawar, Haripur, Ramshaher.  Parwanoo, Baddi, Barotiwala and Nalagarh are its main industrial cities. 

Chauntra Valley –

This valley is located in Joginder Nagar of Mandi district. 

Jaswan-Dun Valley –

This valley is Situated in Una district, this valley is also known as Swan Valley. 

Ashwani Valley –

Keonathali on the left side of this valley and Baghati dialect on the right is spoken.  The major cities of this valley are Shimla, Chail.  Kandaghat, Solan and Dharampur. 

Sun Valley –

It is located in Solan district. 

Dami Valley –

The Dami Valley is situated between the hills of Dhar Bahadurpur and Dhar Bandla in Bilaspur district. 

Kunihar Valley –

Located in Solan district, this valley starts from ‘Kuni Khad’ and extends to ‘Takurdiya’. 

Gambhar Valley –

It divides the Solan district into two parts.  Located on the banks of the river Gambhar, this valley enters Solan district from a place called ‘Shandi’.  After Solan district enters to Bilaspur.  The ‘Arki’ in the Gambhar valley was the capital of the princely state of Baghal. 

Imla – Vimla Valley –

The Imla – Vimala Valley is situated between the Shikari Dhar to Parlog of Mandi district.  Karsog is located in this valley.

Churah valley –

Baira and Siul rivers form this valley in Chamba district.  Tissa and Saluni are located in this valley. 

Gara Valley –

Gara Valley is also known as Chandra Valley.  It is located in Lahaul. 

Chauhar Valley –

The Chauhar Valley is formed by the Uhl River in the northeast of Mandi district. 

Most Important Question- Answers related valleys of Himachal Pradesh

Q.1- Which valley of north Himachal Pradesh is called ‘valley of milk and honey’? 

Answer- Chamba Valley

Q.2 What are the names of 3 valleys of Lahaul – Spiti district? 

Answer -Pinghati, Lahaul – Valley, Spiti Valley. 

Q.3 In which district is the Sangla Valley located?

Answer – Kinnaur District (most beautiful valley of Kinnaur)

Q.4 Who is called Potato Valley? 

Answer – to Lahaul. 

Q.5 Which of the following (Hangrang / Balh / Kunjum / Kangra) is not a valley?

Answer –Kunjum Pass. 

Q.6 In which district is Kunihar Valley located? 

Answer – Solan District

Q.7 Tirthan valley is in which district of Himachal Pradesh? 

Answer -Kullu District. 

Q.8 How many valleys are there in Himachal Pradesh?

Answer – 8 Valleys.

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