Pragpur is a quaint village that is located in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. This village was founded in the 16th century by Kuthiala Soods. The name of this village translates into full of pollen. During the spring season, the gardens of Pragpur bloom with numerous flowers. This village is counted amid the frequented tourist destinations in Himachal Pradesh.
Encircled by the foothills of the mighty Himalayas, the village of Pragpur is elevated at a height of 2,130 feet above the sea level. The hilly terrains of Pragpur unfold over 10 sq. km. and are fed by the waters of the river Beas. The climate of this village is described as moderate cool in nature. Throughout the year, Pragpur experience a cool weather as the median temperatures scale between 16°C-27°C. This village receives an adequate of rain shower with an annual average of 2000 mm.
Pragpur offers numerous must-visit destinations to its visitors. Tourists flock to the exquisite nearby attractions like the valley of Kangra where trekking and fishing can be enjoyed, orchards of lemon and orange, religious sites like Chhinnamasta Temple, Jwala Devi Temple, and the local markets of Pragpur.