Una district in Himachal Pradesh shares its borders with Hoshiarpur district in Punjab. The topography is plain, surrounded by small hills. Una is basically used a transit town for travellers travelling to the celebrated city of Dharamshala. Una is home to the 'Killa', a historical fort and ancestral home of the descendants of the guru of the Sikhs, Guru Nanak. Religiosity further steeps the place and is ideally mirrored amidst the number of temples that exist here. Majority of the populace speak Punjabi and Hindi. The key festivals celebrated in Una include Prakash Utsav and Baisakhi. The primary attractions are Chintpurni Devi Temple, Joggi Panga, Dharamshala Mahanta, Dhunsar Mahadev Temple, Talmera, Shivbari Temple, Gagret and the mini secretariat.
Sheetla Devi Temple, Una, Himachal Pradesh- Sheetla Devi Temple is dedicated to another form of goddess Durga, with lodging facilities available in a nearby hill town.
Chintpurni Devi Temple, Una, Himachal Pradesh- Chintpurni Devi Temple is loaded with legends, thereby appealing thousands of devotees to visit Chintpurni Mata.
Gurudwara Dera Baba Bharbhag Singh, Una, Himachal Pradesh-Built to reminisce a noble Sikh Guru, Gurudwara Dera Baba Bharbhag Singh organises religious fairs annually.
(Last Updated on : 01-09-2010)