Shimla is very stunning capital city of Himachal Pradesh and officially summer capital of India and the name of Shimla were given from the “Goddess Shyamla”, who was avatar of Goddess Kali. Shimla is bounded by Mandi and Kullu in north, Kinnaur in the east and Uttrakhand is on south-east. This lovely hill station was discovered by the British and declared summer capital of India in 1864. Shimla is most visiting spot in the Himachal Pradesh that is called the queen of Hills station. It is a perfect natural scenic place in Himachal.
The mall road is main shopping mark in North Shimla and the prettiness of the road boost owing to many restaurant, clubs, banks and tourist office and you can look also the mall road is busiest commercial area and entry of vehicles is totally banned. Many visiting spots are around the Mall Road such as Photo Art Gallery, Tara Devi Temple, Shimla Water Catchment Sanctuary and Dorje Drag Monastery.
The hill is 2 kms from the Shimla at altitude 8000 ft, main hill station of the city and snow covered mountain. The hill is extremely good-looking blemish for natural lover sightseer and here very ancient Jakhoo Temple also available for the visitors and on the top you can look Hanuman Temple and countless monkeys.
The Shimla state Museum was opened in 1974 and situated at the top of Mount Pleasant that was constructed to preserve the record of the ancient time of the city and the biggest collection of ancient and British time that are on around 9000 objects. The museum is very good looking place in the city for tourist.
Very Lovely Township on the 1283 meter on the Shimla-Kalka railway line they also called as Potter’s Hill. The hill is also part of the seven hills and very charming spot as well as famous for its university of Himachal Pradesh.
You can visit here through the year, but if you want to make more interested to your trip than summer and in monsoon is the better time for you. Temperature of the station will change frequently according to seasons.