Dagshai is one of the most established cantonment towns in the Solan area of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is arranged over a 5,689-foot 1,734-m high hillock that stands sphinx-like with on leg on each side of the Kalka-Shimla Highway at a point around 11 km from Solan. It was established in 1847 by the East India Company by anchoring free of cost five towns from Maharaja of Patiala otherwise known as Bhupinder Singh of Patiala. The name of these towns were Dabbi, Badhtiala, Chunawad, Jawag and Dagshai. There is a little non military personnel town, and the two schools take up the majority of this peak station.
There are no inns in Dagshai, yet the place has a ton of excursion spots with fabulous perspectives. From a few spots one can see the whole Panchkula and Chandigarh lights during the evening. Likewise, one can see Timber Trail Heights and Timber Trail Resorts, Parwanoo There is a railroad station on the Kalka Simla line at Kumar Hatti, from where Dagshai is around 1.5 kilometers tough. The following towns toward the path towards Simla are Barog and Solan. Solan is around 11 km from Kumar Hatti by street, and Dagshai is somewhere in the range of 3 km from Kumar Hatti. From Kumar Hatti there is additionally a street to Sarahan and Nahan.