Dalhousie is affectionately known as honeymooner's heaven, it is an extremely wonderful slope station situated in the territory of Himachal Pradesh. This slope station is named after the British Governor General of nineteenth century, Lord Dalhousie. This pleasant slope station is a portal to the deep rooted Chamba Hill State which is presently known as Chamba District of Himachal Pradesh India. Pleasant snow loaded pile of Dhauladhar is also noticeable from this beautiful slope town. This intriguing slope town of Dalhousie was exceptionally prevalent among the British Army Personnel in 1860's. Dalhousie is also exceptionally available as it around 550 km from New Delhi the capital city of India, 52 km from Chamba through Banikhet and 43 km by means of Khajjiar and the nearest railroad station is Pathankot and Chakki rail line station which are 85 km.
Sardar Ajit Singh was a valiant flexibility warrior, who inhaled his keep going upon the arrival of Indian Independence, 15 August 1947. His 'samadhi' remembrance is situated at Dalhousie in Panjphulla, which is a charming spot with a characteristic tank and water streaming underneath little scaffolds from which the place got its name. There is a 'samarak' in his memory at Panjphulla. While in transit to Panchpula is Satdhara Springs Gurgling with reviving water, accepted to contain some restorative properties. Panchpula stream is the primary wellspring of water supply to Dalhousie and Bahloon. The stream springs from the north side of Dayankund which keeps running down a grand gorge to the waterworks of Panchpula.