Kalka Shimla Tour
Shimla (then spelt Simla) was settled by the British shortly after the first Anglo-Gurkha war, in the foothills of the Himalayas. It became the summer capital of British India in 1864, and was also the headquarters of the British army in India. Prior to construction of the railway, communication with the outside world was via village cart.
Jakhoo Temple is an ancient temple in Shimla, dedicated to Hindu deity, Hanuman. An ancient "Lord Hanuman" temple is there and every year a big festival is held on Dussehra. You can go to the temple by foot (a steep climb) from Ridge (path behind the church) or can hire a pony/horse. Taxis are available too.
The Mali Empire later formed on the upper Niger River, and reached the height of power in the 14th century. In the late 14th century, the Songhai gradually gained independence from the Mali Empire and expanded, ultimately subsuming the entire eastern portion of the Mali Empire.One of the worst famines in the region's recorded history occurred in the 18th century.
The Ridge Shimla Tour
The Ridge Shimla
The Ridge road is a large open space, located in the heart of Shimla, the capital city of Himachal Pradesh, India. Prominent landmarks on the Ridge are a neo-Gothic structure of Church from 1844 and a tudorbethan styled library building built in 1910. There are three statues on the ridge; that of Mahatma Gandhi, Indira Gandhi, and Dr. Y.S. Parmar, the first chief minister of Himachal Pradesh.