Bharmour in Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh is one of the most fascinating tourist places in India. To speak about the inhabitants, they mainly belong to the Gaddy tribe. Therefore, the most speaking language in Bharmour is Gaddy and Hindi.
This place cannot be considered as a tourist spot alone. Its ancient history is also worth reading. Owing to the ancient name as the Brahmaputra, it was the capital of the old Chamba district.
Bharmour falls in between Pir Panjal and Dhauladhar range and known to be shiva Bhoomi or the adobe of shiva. It situates in the altitudinal range of 7000 feet with the elegance of mountain beauty in Champa district.
The place is best known for the age-old temples where the main deity is Lord Shiva. The Chaurasi temple is the most famous among them. It stood for the test of time for the last 1400 years. The term ”chaurasi”, in the local dialect stands for the number Eighty-four. The number takes into account the number of shrines built in its surroundings for eighty-four saints. Other major temples in the peripherals of Chaurasia temple are Lakshana Devi temple, Mani Mahesh Temple, Narsimha temple and Lord Nandi temple and so on. In most of this temple, the main deity and idol are Shivalinga.
Bharmour is in it’s favorable climate from April to October and it can be best visited during this time.
During winter the temperature falls very low.
This place put forth a blending up of spirituality as well as aesthetic natural beauty!!