Hoshiarpur"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

  • Sightseeing

     

    Kamahi Devi - The Kamahi Devi Temple is at a distance of around 11 km from Jhir di Khuhi on the main Mukerian-Talwara Road. It is situated in the Beh Nangal village and is believed to have been built by the Pandavas. This temple was originally named as the Kamakshi Devi Temple which was later on changed to Kamahi Devi Temple.

     

    Takhni-Rehmapur Wildlife Sanctuary - The Takhni-Rehmapur Wildlife Sanctuary lies on the foothills of the Shivalik Range of the Himalayas in the district of Hoshiarpur. The sanctuary, covered with chir pine, dry deciduous and moist deciduous forests, is home to several animals like barking deer, sambar, jungle cat, jackal, hare and wild boar, along with varied species of birds.

     

    Gurdwara Guru Dian Tahalian - Gurdwara Guru Dian Tahalian located in Gaunspur village was built in remembrance of Guru Hargobind Sahib. It is believed the guru used to tie his horses on the tahli trees and hence the religious site has been named Gurdwara Guru Dian Tahalian.

     

    Gurdwara Garna Sahib - Gurdwara Garna Sahib, situated in Bodal village, is around 4 km away from Tahsil Dasuya. It was built to commemorate the visit of Guru Hargobind Sahib, the sixth guru of the Sikh community. The gurdwara is named after the garna tree where the guru used to take rest. The gurdwara has an octagonal-shaped dome and marble floor in the inner sanctum. It is also famous for an annual fair celebrated during the Baisakhi Festival.

     

    Citrus County - Citrus County is a farmhouse in Hoshiarpur that spreads over 75 acres. Its premises encompass kinnow and other plantations along with flowers, palms and lush green lawns, besides having guest-houses.

     

    Tomb of Shah Noor Jamal - The Tomb of Hazrat Shah Noor Jamal in the Saleran village is around 15 km away from the city of Hoshiarpur, on the Hoshiarpur-Dharamshala Road. It was built in Hijri 1334 and is famous for the two day annual fair held in the month of March. The tomb has three graves, including the grave of Shah Bur Jamal, a Muslim saint and the graves of his parents.

     

    Gurdwara Tahli Sahib - Gurdwara Tahli Sahib is about 5 km away from Tanda Urmar, on the main Jalandhar-Pathankot Road. It lies around 2 km north of Monak Kalan village and was built in remembrance of Guru Hargobind Singh.

     

    Gurdwara Akalgarh - Gurdwara Akalgarh was built in the memory of Guru Hargobind Singh, who stayed here for sometime on his way to Kiratpur. There is another gurdwara situated nearby, in the village of Moela Wahidpur. The Gurdwara Akalgarh is famous for the annual fair held in the month of June.

     

    Dera of Baba Charan Singh - The Dera of Baba Charan Singh was founded over three centuries back and has been visited by 12 gurus. On every Baisakhi Day, the 12th guru sits on the gaddi of the Dera.

     

    Sheesh Mahal - Sheesh Mahal, located within Hoshiarpur city, was constructed in 1911 by Lala Hans Raj Jain. The interior walls and roofs of the palace are decorated with glass work. The first floor has paintings depicting the coronation ceremony of George V while the ground floor has statues of different gods and goddesses.

     

    Gurdwara Jand Sahib - Gurdwara Jand Sahib, located in village Lahili Kalan, was built to commemorate Sikh Guru Har Rai Sahib ji. There is a jand tree in the gurdwara complex that is believed to be present here since the time of the Sikh guru.

     

    Gurdwara Harian Velan - Gurdwara Harian Velan was built in remembrance of the Sikh Guru Har Rai Sahib ji, who visited the village in 1651. It lies at a distance of around 11 km from the city of Hoshiarpur.

     

    Dera Santgarh - Dera Santgarh lies at a distance of around 13 km from Hoshiarpur in the village of Harkhowal. It was established by Baba Jawala Singh, between1930 and 1932. During the month of Kartik, an annual fair is held at this place for two days to observe the death anniversary of the baba. This fair is attended by a large number of devotees, who can stay at the 40 rooms available at the dera and even get free food.

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  • Hotels of Hoshiarpur

    Maharaja Palace Hotel, Hoshiarpur

    Sutheri Road

    The Maharaja Palace Hotel, Hoshiarpur is located near Govt. College Chowk in Hoshiarpur and has hindrance free connectivity to places like Takhni-Rehmapur Wildlife Sanctuary 26 km (approx.), Kamahi Devi 48 km (approx.),

    3,160.00 Avg/night

    Presidency Hotel, Hoshiarpur

    Busstand Road

    The Hotel Presidency is located in the heart of city of saints, Hoshiarpur. It is at a distance of 94 km from Ludhiana Airport, 3 km from Hoshiarpur Railway Station and 850 m from Bhagwan Valmiki Inter State Bus Terminal

    2,280.00 Avg/night

    Kangs Nirvana Resort And Spa, Hoshiarpur

    JAIJON DOABA

    The Kangs Nirvana Resort And Spa, Hoshiarpur is situated in Jaijon Doaba and has hindrance free linking to places like Takhni-Rehmapur Wildlife Sanctuary 61 km (approx.),Kamahi Devi 83 km (approx.), Gurdwara Tahli Sahib

    4,670.00 Avg/night

    Amber Hotel, Hoshiarpur

    Tanda Chowk

    The Amber Hotel, Hoshiarpur is located at 2 kms from Hoshiarpur Railway Station and 2.4 kms from Hoshiarpur Bus Stand. Guests can find some must visit areas of attraction, which are closed to the hotel like Gods Tabernac

    1,300.00 Avg/night

    Shiraz Regency Hotel, Hoshiarpur

    Khanpuri Gate

    The Hotel Shiraz Regency is located at Khanpuri Gate, Hoshiarpur. Sheesh Mahal (Approx. 1 km) and Vaishno Mata Temple (Approx. 2 km) are proximate places to explore from the hotel. The Sheesh Mahal is one of the most exq

    2,500.00 Avg/night

    Citrus County Farm Stays, Hoshiarpur

    Chhauni Farms

    Citrus County Farm Stays offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property is

    7,000.00 Avg/night

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    Kamahi Devi - The Kamahi Devi Temple is at a distance of around 11 km from Jhir di Khuhi on the main Mukerian-Talwara Road. It is situated in the Beh Nangal village and is believed to have been built by the Pandavas. This temple was originally named as the Kamakshi Devi Temple which was later on changed to Kamahi Devi Temple.

     

    Takhni-Rehmapur Wildlife Sanctuary - The Takhni-Rehmapur Wildlife Sanctuary lies on the foothills of the Shivalik Range of the Himalayas in the district of Hoshiarpur. The sanctuary, covered with chir pine, dry deciduous and moist deciduous forests, is home to several animals like barking deer, sambar, jungle cat, jackal, hare and wild boar, along with varied species of birds.

     

    Gurdwara Guru Dian Tahalian - Gurdwara Guru Dian Tahalian located in Gaunspur village was built in remembrance of Guru Hargobind Sahib. It is believed the guru used to tie his horses on the tahli trees and hence the religious site has been named Gurdwara Guru Dian Tahalian.

     

    Gurdwara Garna Sahib - Gurdwara Garna Sahib, situated in Bodal village, is around 4 km away from Tahsil Dasuya. It was built to commemorate the visit of Guru Hargobind Sahib, the sixth guru of the Sikh community. The gurdwara is named after the garna tree where the guru used to take rest. The gurdwara has an octagonal-shaped dome and marble floor in the inner sanctum. It is also famous for an annual fair celebrated during the Baisakhi Festival.

     

    Citrus County - Citrus County is a farmhouse in Hoshiarpur that spreads over 75 acres. Its premises encompass kinnow and other plantations along with flowers, palms and lush green lawns, besides having guest-houses.

     

    Tomb of Shah Noor Jamal - The Tomb of Hazrat Shah Noor Jamal in the Saleran village is around 15 km away from the city of Hoshiarpur, on the Hoshiarpur-Dharamshala Road. It was built in Hijri 1334 and is famous for the two day annual fair held in the month of March. The tomb has three graves, including the grave of Shah Bur Jamal, a Muslim saint and the graves of his parents.

     

    Gurdwara Tahli Sahib - Gurdwara Tahli Sahib is about 5 km away from Tanda Urmar, on the main Jalandhar-Pathankot Road. It lies around 2 km north of Monak Kalan village and was built in remembrance of Guru Hargobind Singh.

     

    Gurdwara Akalgarh - Gurdwara Akalgarh was built in the memory of Guru Hargobind Singh, who stayed here for sometime on his way to Kiratpur. There is another gurdwara situated nearby, in the village of Moela Wahidpur. The Gurdwara Akalgarh is famous for the annual fair held in the month of June.

     

    Dera of Baba Charan Singh - The Dera of Baba Charan Singh was founded over three centuries back and has been visited by 12 gurus. On every Baisakhi Day, the 12th guru sits on the gaddi of the Dera.

     

    Sheesh Mahal - Sheesh Mahal, located within Hoshiarpur city, was constructed in 1911 by Lala Hans Raj Jain. The interior walls and roofs of the palace are decorated with glass work. The first floor has paintings depicting the coronation ceremony of George V while the ground floor has statues of different gods and goddesses.

     

    Gurdwara Jand Sahib - Gurdwara Jand Sahib, located in village Lahili Kalan, was built to commemorate Sikh Guru Har Rai Sahib ji. There is a jand tree in the gurdwara complex that is believed to be present here since the time of the Sikh guru.

     

    Gurdwara Harian Velan - Gurdwara Harian Velan was built in remembrance of the Sikh Guru Har Rai Sahib ji, who visited the village in 1651. It lies at a distance of around 11 km from the city of Hoshiarpur.

     

    Dera Santgarh - Dera Santgarh lies at a distance of around 13 km from Hoshiarpur in the village of Harkhowal. It was established by Baba Jawala Singh, between1930 and 1932. During the month of Kartik, an annual fair is held at this place for two days to observe the death anniversary of the baba. This fair is attended by a large number of devotees, who can stay at the 40 rooms available at the dera and even get free food.

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