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                     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.

                     The  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.

                   In this District, there are five Administrative Sub Divisions, six tehsils, seven 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 :-
E-mail   Deputy Commissioner,
Sirmaur at Nahan, (Himachal Pradesh)
173001
INDIA
dc-sir-hp[at]nic[dot] in

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