Dalhousie cantonment is a town in Chamba area in the province of Himachal Pradesh, India. Dalhousie cantonment was built up in 1867. It has been delegated a classification IV Cantonment by Director General of Defense bequests. The cantonment board, which is in charge of the administration of the cantonment, comprises of 4 individuals, including 2 chose members. Brig. JS Bhardwaj, Commander 323 Mountain Brigade, is the President of the Cantonment Board. The cantonment board runs an elementary school 24 understudies, a little hospital beds, and a visitor house.
There are four holy places in Dalhousie. St. Andrew's Church and St. Patrick's Church, are situated in Balun, Dalhousie Cantonment. Dalhousie cantonment had a populace of 1962. Guys establish 56% of the populace and females 44%. It has a normal height of 1954 meters 6410 feet. Dalhousie has a normal education rate of 76%, higher than the national normal of 65.38%. Male proficiency is 79% and, female education is 72%. In Dalhousie, 14% of the populace is under 6 years old. Dalhousie is an extremely mainstream vacationer goal with its most well known fascination is the Khajjiar.