Chindi is a beautiful village of Shimla, situated in the Karsog valley. This place is among a tremendous apple orchards and thick mountainous woods of deodars and pines. It is one of the most adorable places of Himachal Pradesh. It provides an excellent sight all tourists that give a peaceful mind and breathtaking views. The sight of drifting mountains together along with the plush green woods and valleys is really something noteworthy. Staying on a holiday in Chindi is a fruitful experience. The important temples around Chindi are Mahung Temple, MamleshwarMahadev Temple, Kamkhsa Devi Temple, Pangna Killa Temple and Shrikari Devi Temple.
PLACES TO VISIT
The broad Karsog Valley rests between Chindi and has beautiful tourist. Chindi is environed by Apple orchards adds more beauty and attraction to Chindi.
The temples of Chindi speak for its architectural beauty and the traditional craftsmanship of the sculptures in it. The important temples include Mamleshwara Mahadev Temple, Kamakshya Mata, Mahunag, Ardhanariswara, Aledi Mahadev, Palinag at Nalagali, thesacred Bhima Rock, Churag temple, Nag Dhamooni at Sairi Bangla, temple at Chatri and the temple of Nag Dhamooni at Saranda. The rise to Shrikari Devi at a height of 3359m is potential from Chindi.
The Views from Kunhoo Dhar at 23km are outstanding.
HOW TO VISIT
The nearest airport is at Shimla at Jubbar-Hatti, 110km away.
The closest Railway station is at Shimla, 87km away.
Chindi is connected by road to Mandi at 100km, Rampurvia Bajna Khud is 92km, Chandigarh is 204kmand Delhi is 457km.
When to visit
Chindi can be visited through out the year except during November to April.