Bilaspur is a district located in the state of Himachal Pradesh. IT is a first planned hill town of India where the clouds whispers to the land. It is situated at a height of around 670 meters above sea level. The major attraction of the beautiful town is surrounded by lush hills, scenic beauty and are the majestic peaks that make way for other attractions. Travel to Bilaspur will be increased if you visit early in the morning in monsoon seasons September - December you see natural beauty this is the time when climate of Bilaspur is not too hot, humid, and not too cold.
You can visit this place after the winters in the month March - April. During this time, the cattle fair is held at Bilaspur for four or five days which attracts visitors. Cattle are brought from neighboring parts of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab. you can also enjoy the surrounded seven hills Naina Devi, Kot, Jhanjiar, Tiun, Bandala, Bahadurpur and Rattanpur which are Lying on the bank of Govind Sagar Lake. Bilaspur is one of the finnest places in Himachal Pradesh because of lake due to that lake evening become very pleasant here. Tourist excite to visit here and want to stay more than three days in this Glorious place and then to move forward cities of Himachal Pradesh.
The airport at Bhuntar at a distance of 52 km. The nearer railway station is Joginder nagar at a distance of 135 km and this places is also easily accessible by roads.
It is situated on the top of a hill at the height of 1980 mt above the sea level point in the district near Tepra Village in Paragana Bahadurpur, at a distance about 40 km from Bilaspur. The range is decorated by a beautiful wood of deodar and ban trees. It is around 6 km. above Namhol, from this high place the Ratanpur Fort, Swarghat, the Fatehpur Fort, the Naina Devi hill, plains near Ropar and the mountains of Shimla can be seen easily. This Fort was built prior to 1835, But is in ruins now.
Bhakra Dam is situated at Bhakra village of Bilaspur in Himachal Pradesh, Around 13 km from Nangal township, it is one of the highest straight gravity dams in the world situated in Naina Devi Sub-Tehsil. The lake is about 90 km long covering an area of about 168 sq km of which 90% is in Bilaspur and 10% in Una district. The dam was dedicated to late Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru on November 20th, 1963. The view of huge dam and green jungles around is fascinating indeed.
It is a fort on the top of a hill known as Tiun range, at distance of around 55 Km from Bilaspur, on the Ali Khad crossing Ghumarwin - Ladraur motorable road and about 10 Km. of Ghumarwin proper still serves to remind of the ancient turbulent times when wars in this area were perhaps a routine feature.
To the eastern side of the Tiun range, on the lifty range and peak of Sariun like this strong hold at an elevation of about 1500 mt. above MSL. It is about 58 Km. on the eastern side of the tin range from Bilaspur. The fort was originally built by same Raja of the Suket State and was subsequently wrested by the ruler of Bilaspur.
It is situated in Badol village of Bilaspur. There is a grate legend attached to this temple. The villagers of this place told that one day, Bhura who was an old villager of this place noticed that his cow had shed her milk on a particular place.
It is situated in Sangirathi Village near Bilaspur - Shimla Road. It is situated at a distance around 14 km from the Bilaspur district of Himachal Pradesh.
A famous place of worship in the town is the temple of Shri Naina Devi Ji, located on the hill top which rises some 915 mt. above the sacred town of Anandpur Sahib in Ropar, The temple stands on the top of a hill above a small bazaar and is reached by a long struggle walk of stone steps or by a cable car.
It is situated around 40 km of Bilaspur on the Bilaspur - Chandigarh road. It is located about 1220 mt. from sea level. Naina Devi temple and Bhakra Dam, are also approachable from here very easily. There is a temple which is dedicated to God Lakshmi Narain. An ideal spot for a quiet overnight's stay for the tourists. Himachal Pradesh Tourist department, has recently constructed a Hotel with 8 room.
It is a famous shrine in Bilaspur district around 20 km from Bilaspur and it is 610 meters on the height from the sea level, It is named after renowned 'rishi' Markandeya who lived and worshiped there for many years and wrote Mahabharata. According to a legend a tunnel connected with Markand and Vyas cave and the two 'rishis', Vyas and Markandeya used to visit each other through this cave path. There is a water spring of ancient in this shrine where a night fair is held annually on 'Baisakhi' day, many locally and tourist gather here to celebrate.
Sheetla Mata Temple is situated in a village named Jangla, at a distance of around 1.7 km from city of Himachal Pradesh. This famous temple is built in the middle of a tank, same as Like as the Golden Temple of Amritsar.
This farm comes under the Bilaspur district of Himachal Pradesh, Which is constructed in the year 1962. It is spread over an area of 4.2 acres and has 14 nursery ponds and 2 big ponds.