A fantastic example of colonial engineering. Water was transported from here to Shimla in what are believed to have been the first steam pumped pipes in India. Nowadays, this 12 square kilometre forest is abundant in Himalayan flora, fauna and still boasts an intricate network of rainwater streams.
Originally the residence of Lord Dufferin, Viceroy of India (1884–1888), the Viceregal Lodge peers over...Explore
A meticulously compiled museum about the Indian Army; its soldiers, regiments and the intense pride they...Explore
Jakhoo Hill is the highest peak in Shimla city. Standing at 2,438 metres, it offers a different but...Explore