Paragpur is a heritage village located in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. This village is located in the Kangra region, and you can easily explore the valley through visiting Paragpur. The village of Paragpur is a place of high historical, cultural and religious importance. There are many places that you can visit in the village of Paragpur, and the Taal is the most popular tourist hotspot in Paragpur. The Taal is a pond located in the centre of the village. The entire village has been constructed around the lake. There are many other heritage structures around the Taal, and these are the Radha Krishna Mandir, Naun and Nehar Bhawan.
You can also visit Butail Niwas, which is a very unique building located in the village of Paragpur. This building, which is more than 100 years old, is an important place to visit in the village of Paragpur. You can also visit The Judge’s Court, which is a manor built in an Indo-European style of architecture, is another must visit location in the village of Paragpur.
This village celebrates Lohri Festival, which marks the sun's movement from the southern to the northern hemisphere. A wrestling festival is also celebrated at the beginning of September. The village is preserved to a large extent due to the foresight and efforts of the descendants of Kuthiala Sood, who have also converted their family manor into a nostalgic homestay.
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by Afia Ahmad on Mar 21, 2014
Village tourism, which is also known as rural tourism, focuses on those tourists who want to participle in rural lifestyle and eco-tourism.
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