Kinnaur, otherwise called “Place where there is god” is around 235 Km from Shimla and is known for its tranquility and excellence of the rich green and rough mountainscape having Satluj, Baspa and Spiti waterway winding through it. All the valleys are strikingly wonderful. The inclines are secured with thick wood, plantations, fields and picturesque villages. The much religious Shivlinga lies at the peak of Kinner Kailash mountain. The delightful locale was opened for the outsiders in 1989. What’s more, it is not just the beautiful excellence which offers to the young and old alike yet in addition the ways of life of the general population, their way of life, legacy, traditions and conventions.
Since it imparts its outskirt to Tibet the influence of Tibetan culture is unequivocally felt here. Kinnaur is otherwise called the ‘Place where there are children’s stories’ and remains snow-clad for six months, very like Spiti and Lahaul. Isolated into two principle valleys – Sangla Valley and the Hangrang Valley, Kinnaur is separated into three authoritative regions, Pooh, Kalpa, and Nichar. This is a place where there is mountain villages with slate-roofed sanctuaries, immense apple plantations, diving gorges between transcending snow-topped peaks, and hair-raising streets – and past it lies remote Spiti, which consolidates with Kinnaur into a loop from Shimla to Manali, or Keylong that is an unending succession of amazing view.
The Kinnauris are glad however benevolent individuals who for the most part get by from cultivating and apple developing. You can remember them all finished India by their green felt basheri caps. To really value their property, you have to leave the fundamental street, a lot of which is scarred by the various dam extends that are transforming the intense Sutlej River into a massive generator.