(Last Updated on : 10/08/2015)
Salooni is the tehsil headquarters and sub-division in Chamba district
of Himachal Pradesh
Geography of Salooni
A smaller and more or less continuous range about 2,000 meters high runs south of the snowy ranges, Salooni, at a height of 1764 meters and 56 km from Chamba, offers a panoramic view of the snow-covered hills and peaks. Situated at the top of a ridge and opening into the Bhandal Valley, this scenic spot leads also to Bhaderwah. Salooni has also been featured in many Bollywood movies such as Badhaai Ho Badhaai, Vinashak - Destroyer and Dor.
Administration of Salooni
Salooni contains a combined office building, SDM office, government senior secondary school, Degree College, community health centre and all other important government offices. Salooni falls under Dalhousie as its legislative constituency and Kangra as its parliamentary constituency.
Demography of Salooni
It has a population of about 1800 and lies at a height of 1764 meters. The main entrance to the village of Salooni contains a series of shops and the small ground of the ancient temple of Kali Mata, which has been restored.
Recently Updated Articles in Indian Cities
|• ||History of Chennai|
Chennai, formerly known as Madras, is the capital of the state of Tamil Nadu and is India`s fourth largest city. History of Chennai encompasses the events of the south Indian history, colonialism and then the massive growth of the city during the 20th century.
Kiriburu is situated in the state of Jharkhand. Kiriburu is a residential locale in West Singhbhum district and is situated at a height of 4,300ft from man sea level. It is one of the twin hill stations along with Meghahatuburu.
Unakoti is an archaeological venue in Tripura. This spot also has the importance of pilgrimage tourism. It is a Shaivite place of offering worships with idols and rock-cut images of Lord Shiva and other Hindu deities.
|• ||Lal Mahal|
Lal Mahal of Pune is one of the most famous monuments of Pune. It was built during the rule of Marathas. Shivaji stayed there for many years until he had captured his first fort.
|• ||Lotus Mahal in Hampi|
Lotus Mahal, also called, Chitragani Mahal and Kamal Mahal, is located in the Zenana enclosure of Hampi. It was built in the Indo-Islamic style. It is believed that the royal women used to come here to mingle during evening.