Parwanoo is a small municipal council located in the Solan district of Himanchal Pradesh. The town is spread across Shiwalik range and is divided into six sectors. Parwanoo is an industrial town known for fruit processing unit of Horticulture Produce Marketing and Processing Corporation Ltd (HPMC) and cattle feed and pesticide unit of HP Agro Industries. The town is also known for what is known as Timber Trail and Cable cars. Some other area of interest in around the city are Gurkha Fort and Fruit orchards. Kalka Heritage rail passes through this town. The temperature of this small town can be considered as moderate as the temperature varies from hot summers to cool winters.
Summer: 21°C to 33°C
Winter: 5°C to 15°C
Monsoon: 11°C to 27°C
It is one of the major attraction of Parwanoo. The trail is spread over two hills of the Shivalik Range and is connected by a cable car, which offers the picturesque views of the Kaushalya Valley. The trail is located at the height of 5,000 ft above sea level.
Shri Balaji Temple
Shri Balaji temple is one of the ancient Hindu temple of Parwanoo. The shrine was buried in earth until 1988. The temple is situated at Bhairo ki Ser Village, one can be reached here via Kalka City.
Kali Mata Temple
Kali Mata Temple is an important Hindu temple of this region, which is located at just 2 kms away from Parwanoo. A lot of devotees visited the shrine during the Navratri festival.
It is one of the major attraction of Parwanoo. The town is the home of various industries which are dedicated to processing jams, fruit pulps, jellies etc. It is the popular picnic destination for this region, which offers the beautiful scenery and amazing weather.
Located at just 4kms away from Parwanoo, Kalka is a small and beautiful city in Panchkula District. The town is situated on the foothill of Himalaya, which named after Goddess Kali. One of the major attractions of this town is the Kali Mata Temple, dedicated to the Hindu Goddess Kali. The town is also known for Kalka - Shimla Railway.
Located at the distance of about 22kms from Parwanoo, Dharmpur is known for Mansa Devi Temple, which attracts many devotees across the country. The town is also known for one of the best hospitals in India for the treatment of tuberculosis.
Situated at 16 kms away from Parwanoo, Subathu is a small town in the Solan district of Himachal Pradesh. The town was established as a cantonment after the British dislodged the Gurkhas from the hills in the early part of 19th century. The major attractions are such as The Kuthar Palace, the Army Cantonment and the buildings which was built during the British era.
Gurudwara Nada Sahib
Situated at the banks of Ghaggar River in Panchkula District, Gurudwara Nada Sahib is a famous religious site of Sikhs. It is said to be that after a battle with Mughals in 1688, Guru Gobind Singh stayed here for some time while travelling from Paonta Sahib to Anandpur.
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Parwanoo is a small hill station, hence there is no Malls and multiplex are available here. Entertainments in this town is mainly depends local cinema halls which is located around the town.