Haripurdhar of Sirmaur district in Himachal Pradesh has started attracting tourists from all over the country. Due to overcrowding and frequent traffic jams in Shimla, Kullu, Manali and Dharamshala, tourists from North India have now turned to the beautiful plains of Haripurdhar in Sirmaur. Today, a tourist group from Bhiwandi, Rajasthan reached Haripurdhar in a tempo traveler and had a lot of fun at the camping site named Manav Hill Resort. These tourists, who reached Haripurdhar in Rajasthan with a temperature of more than 50 degrees Celsius, were seen shivering with cold at 15 to 17 degrees Celsius. Not only this, in the evening, these tourists urged the owner of Manav Hill Resort, Mela Ram Sharma, to light a bonfire so that the shivering cold could be avoided. Most of the tourists sat near the bonfire covered with blankets.
Hemendra Singh Raghav, the head of the 15-member team who came from Rajasthan to visit Haripurdhar, told that in the month of June, he has not found such a beautiful atmosphere anywhere, as much as he has enjoyed in these beautiful plains of Haripurdhar. He said that in the plains, we are not able to live peacefully even in air-conditioned rooms, while the entire atmosphere of the litigants here is pleasant even with air-conditioners.
Advocate Umashankar Sharma, who came from Bhiwandi, Rajasthan, told that he has visited many areas in India but the beautiful valleys of Haripurdhar have fascinated him and he will keep coming to this area every year during the summer season. He said that if the Himachal government improves the condition of the roads here, then there can be a lot of increase in the movement of tourists from the country and abroad and this area can develop very well from the point of view of tourism.
Praising the Manav Hill Resort, he said that a very beautiful camping site has been developed here and tourists like the camping site full of calm and picturesque views. The behavior of the people here is also very polite and friendly and in their behavior the saying of ‘Atithi Devo Bhava’ is fulfilled.
Melaram Sharma, Managing Director of Manav Hill Resort in Haripurdhar said that these tourists from Rajasthan were served Himachali cuisine which they liked very much.