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* [[Dehradun]] - capital of Uttaranchal.
 
* [[Dehradun]] - capital of Uttaranchal.
 
* [[Leh]] - Capital of [[Ladakh]]  
 
* [[Leh]] - Capital of [[Ladakh]]  
* [[Manali]] - Mountainous region
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* [[Manali]] - Mountainous region, party town
 
* [[McLeod Ganj]]- Home of the Dalai Lama
 
* [[McLeod Ganj]]- Home of the Dalai Lama
* [[Shimla]] - This, the summer capital of former British India, is a small jewel in the lush Himalayan foothills.
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* [[Shimla]] - This, the summer capital of former British India, modern India with English architecture.
 
* [[Srinagar]] - Famous for Dal lake, Located in the picturisque Himalayas
 
* [[Srinagar]] - Famous for Dal lake, Located in the picturisque Himalayas
  

Revision as of 08:33, 12 March 2006

Though the Himalayas stretch across the entire northern border of India, this region covers only those states of India that lie on the northern edge of this mountain range.

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  • Dehradun - capital of Uttaranchal.
  • Leh - Capital of Ladakh
  • Manali - Mountainous region, party town
  • McLeod Ganj- Home of the Dalai Lama
  • Shimla - This, the summer capital of former British India, modern India with English architecture.
  • Srinagar - Famous for Dal lake, Located in the picturisque Himalayas

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