About Solan(Himachal pradesh)
Solan is a scenic hill station situated in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The city is also known as the Mushroom city of India due to its vast mushroom plantations. Besides mushrooms, Solan is famous for its immense tomato production, thereby earning itself another name - the city of red gold. Striking the perfect balance between peaceful and energetic, Solan is a hilly area that offers plenty of activity options such as camping and trekking. Besides outdoor adventures, things to do in Solan range from visiting the Shoolani Devi Temple and tasting mouth watering Himachal food. The outskirts of the city are replete with rare species of animals such as the Himalayan black deer. Located just a few km from Solan, the Gurkha fort and the Kuthar fort are sites you must visit in Solan, and there are several parks here too that you can stroll through in the mornings. The beautiful fountains and the breathtaking rides will keep you entertained. Simultaneously, Solan also has sites of historic interest such as the Thoda Dance wall painting.
Kasauli is a quaint little town in the Solan District, on Kalka - Shimla Highway, known for its colonial ambience. Surrounded by a mixed forest of chir-pine, Himalyan oak and horse-chestnuts, Kasauli is famous for its monuments which date back to the colonial period. St. Patrick's R Catholic Church is the prime attraction of Kasauli.
Mohan Shakti National Park
Located on the foothills of the Himalayas, Mohan Shakti National Park is one of the most picturesque picnic spots you’ll see. The Park is situated amidst thick oak trees and terraced gardens. Being situated on the foot hills, the park offers some amazing and breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. The Park contains several temples and sculptures of various Hindu deities reminiscent of Akshardham temple in Delhi. Mohan Park is managed by the Mohan Meakin Brewries but one needs to be careful as the road leading to the park is steep and dangerous, so only if one can drive downhill, should one visit the place in the car. Also make sure you bring some eatables and drinking water.
Karol Tibba
Karol Tibba along with the adjoining Meteol Tibba is one of the most famous attractions at Solan. The names refer to two peaks located in the Himalayas. The peaks are frequently visited picnic spots that can be accessed through a fairly easy trek trail via Chail and can only be viewed from Solan. Karol Tibba also houses places of immense historical and religious importance, a cave in the Himalayas that was believed to be inhibited by the Pandavas during their exile in the Mahabharatha.
The Mall Road
The primary shopping area of Solan, the Mall road is the place you want to be if you want to experience the handicrafts, arts and various cuisines of Solan along with a plethora of shops and bazaars. Now, whenever talking about ‘Mall’ in the north-eastern states in india, do not expect an actual ‘ Shopping Mall’. The mall road is an Indian Style bazaar that contains various shops and showrooms of the top modern world product brands and bookstores. A day at the mall is a must, especially when you want to buy a souvenir or two to remember your visit.
Shoolini Mata Temple
One of the prime attractions in Solan, The Shoolini Mata temple is dedicated to Shoolni Mata after whom the town was named. The temple is said to be built on the remains of an older temple the existence of which is presumed to precede the Town of Solan. It is frequented by a huge number of visitors daily and especially during the fair organized at the end of June that lasts for 3 days.
Barog, Solan
Barog is a small hill station in Solan district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The station lies on UNESCO World Heritage Site Kalka–Shimla Railway. Set in the mountains Barog is just 60 km from Chandigarh on the Kalka-Shimla highway.
Barog was settled in the early 20th century during the building of the narrow gauge Kalka-Shimla Railway. Currently many residents have their long stays in their houses and flats in Barog. Mostly they are Sikhs from Punjab. It used to be an important stop in the early decades of the century when the Kalka-Shimla toy train stopped here for an hour while the sahibs and memsahibs enjoyed a lavish lunch.

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