Dalhousie bags best hill station of India award

Delhi: Dalhousie, a picturesque hill station in Himachal Pradesh, on being selected as the most favoured hill station in India was conferred an award here today.

Tariq Anwar, minister of state for agriculture, food processing industries presented the award The Outlook Traveller Award. 

On behalf of Himachal Tourism, Vijay Sharma, a general manager collected the award for Dalhousie being rated the most favoured hill station.

Outlook editor Vinod Mehta was also present on the occasion.

Named for a Lord Dalhousie, the hill station in the northern district of Chamba, was a much favoured destination during British Raj days.

Noted freedom fighter, Netaji Subash Chandra Bose used to holiday at the hill station.

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