District Sirmaur is located in outer Himalayas which is commonly
known as Shivalik range.This district is bounded by district
Shimla in North Uttar Pradesh in East, Haryana in South and Distt.
Solan in North-West. Like other parts of Himachal Pradesh , it
has beautiful landscapes, bracing climate, big and
small game and legendry temples which hold abiding attraction for the
tourists. To See detail of tourist places and temples click here.
river Giri is the biggest river in the district
which originates from Kotkhai/Jubbal Tehsil of Shimla
district and flows down in the south-east direction. It ultimately
joins the river Yamuna near Paonta Sahib. Lot of tributaries join this
river in its long course, most important of them being
Jalal river which originates from Dharthi range near Pachhad and joins
the Giri River at Dadahu from the right side. The river Giri is very
useful as it a big source of livelihood fishermen in this district. Another
important river which forms the eastern border of the
Sirmour district is the river Tons.
this District, there are four Administrative Sub Divisions,
six tehsils, four
sub tehsils, six community development blocks, two municipal committees and one
notified area committee. Out of 228 panchayats
in this district, 26 are backward declared panchayats.
|For any queries
please contact :-
Sirmaur at Nahan, (Himachal Pradesh)