Dharampur is a town in Mandi District in Himachal Pradesh State. It approximately 20 km from Sandhole and Sarkaghat - Jogindernage state highway.Its Pin Code is 175040.




8 km from Sandhol, Jaisinghpur is situated on the right bank of river Beas. It was named after the name of Katoch king of Princely ordered state Kangra- Lambagraon, Maharaja Jai Singh. It is known for its chaugan, temples famous of these are Sheetla Mata on Tinbar-Palampur road. A Bridge over river Beas at Harsipatan has enabled 24X7 motorable connectivity between Sandhole & Jaisingpur




Palampur one of the major town of the Kangra valley is 60 KM from Sandhole. It is a one of the leading hill station and is famous for Kangra tea. This area has a number of water tributaries, beautiful landscape and in lap of the Dhauladhar ranges which are covered by snow for most part of the year. Hot spots includes:
Neugal Cafe on the canal from Neugal from where you can view the dhauladhar hills and also can get the view of Neugal khad.
Sourabh Van Vihar a green park in the memory of Army officer and martyr in Kargil war, Captain Saurabh Kalia.
The art gallery of renowned painter Sardar Sobha Singh in Andretta village
Mata Bandla Devi's temple



Sujanpur Tihra


20 km from Sandhol, Sujanpur is situated on the left bank of river Beas. It had been the the capital of Katoch Dynasty. It is famous for kangra paintings, temples and chaugan. Sujanpur is also famous for its annual holi fair, celebrated in the month of March/April during the festival of colour holi. It was the capital of Katoch rulers Raja Sansar Chand, whose fort is located on the hill top Tihra, about few kms from the town.


Village Ootpur


Ootpur is a small village in Tehsil Lad Bharol Distt Mandi HP. It is surrounded by khadd Binwa (Binnu) and Beas River. It has many scenic views. It is well known for its kind and brave people. People are hard working and they do farming on their land. Major crops grown are wheat, barley and maze. Villager had made a significant contribution to Indian army and freedom struggle of India. For more information visit the official site ootpur.in village.


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