Location of Sanjauli
Sanjauli, the sub urban region of Shimla is located in the north-western ranges of the Himalayan Mountain Range.
Geography of Sanjauli
Sanjauli is located at an average altitude of 2,398 metres above the sea level.
Education of Sanjauli
Sanjauli is home to the old Government College. This was the first degree college to set up in Shimla in 1969 and the first to be conferred with the status of Centre of Excellence in 2006. The college is affiliated with Himachal Pradesh University and stands close to the Indira Gandhi Medical College. Navbhar is the location of the St. Bede's College Shimla and Jesus And Mary Chelsea Convent School.
Tourism in Sanjauli
As Sanjauli is the sub urban region of Shimla, the city comprises of the Cemetery Road, HB colony, Bhatta Kuffar, Sanjay Van, Dhingu Dhar, Shanan, Navbhar, Chaulanti and areas on the other side of the Sanjauli-Dahli tunnel. The Sanjauli-Dahli tunnel was built at the time when Shimla was the summer capital of British East India Company and the British Government of India. Dhingu Mata Temple is one of the prime attractions of Sanjauli. Sanjauli Cemetery is the only cemetery in Shimla that is still in use. Presently it is used by Indian Christians. Sanjauli Cemetery was originally built by the British Government of India in the year 1921.
Sanjauli Chowk is an area of unique architectural design. There is wide and long market area from Sanjauli Chowk to Sanjauli-Dahli tunnel.
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