Naggar is a whimsical town located in Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. The meaning of the name of this town translates into the learned man. This region was found and ruled by Kullu rulers. Naggar was developed under the British rule because it served as the gateway to the various hill stations like Shimla, Manali, Dhanaulti, and Mcleodganj. Naggar is a well-known holiday destination in Himachal Pradesh.
Beckoned by the snow-laden peaks of the majestic Himalayas, Naggar is elevated at a height of 6,700 feet above the sea level. Its craggy terrains sprawl across 30 sq. km. and are fed by the tributaries of the river Beas. Naggar faces a moderately cool climate. The median mercury levels, amid the year, range between 12°C-23°C. During extreme winters, the mercury levels fall below 5°C. Naggar receives an apt rainfall during monsoons.
The town of Naggar is endowed with the beauty of nature in profusion. The lush green hillocks, as well as the small lakes, are the right place to bask in the shimmering sun. One can visit the places like castle of Naggar, Roerich Art Gallery, Vasuki Nag Temple and nearby hill towns like Manali, Shimla, Dhanaulti and Mcloedganj etc.