One of the most prominent tourist destinations in Himachal Pradesh, Kangra, historically known as Kiraj and Trigarta, was founded by Katoch Kshatriya Rajputs of Chandervanshi Lineage, in Kangra district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.
Located at an average altitude of approximately 2404 feet, the Kangra district stretched from the Jalandhar Doab far into the southern ranges of the Himalayas.
One of the oldest forts of India, as well as the oldest in Himachal Pradesh, the Kangra Fort, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Kangra.
A wonder of the world for being likely contender for the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Masroor Rock Cut Temple built by Pandavas, also known as Himalayan Pyramids, is another major tourist attraction in the district.
Kangra Fort, Baijnath Temple, Brajeshwari Temple, Kareri Lake, Indrahar Pass, Dhauladhar, Jwala Devi Temple, and Chamunda Devi Temple are some of the prominent tourist attractions in the district.