Pragpur, a small town located in the regions of Kangra valley at an elevation of 610 meters above sea level. It is also considered as one of the best places to visit in Kangra and counted as a popular tourist destination in the state of Himachal Pradesh. When it comes to climate, it is pleasant throughout the year in Pragpur and famous pilgrim location.
Here are some of the major places that you can visit in Pragpur:
It is one of the most popular sacred spots in Pragpur village situated at a distance of 21km from the Kangra city. Jwalamukhi temple is also significant out of 51 Shakti Peethas of India. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Jwalamukhi, who has a blazing mouth and said to be one of the Avatars of Goddess Sati.
The main attraction of Jwalamukhi Temple is a bright blue flame that emerges from a rock sanctum, and itself worshipped as a manifestation of the goddess.
A small water pond dating back prior 1868, situated in the heart of Pragpur town. Taal is surrounded by the several heritage structures, which provide a beautiful backdrop to those who love to have abstract photography. It is often frequented by native people and known as a favorite picnic spot in Pragpur, Kangra.
The Judge’s court was built in the year 1918 by combining a unique architectural style of Indian and the European styles. This palatial building is spread across 12 acres of land and commissioned by Justice Sri Jai Lal. Currently, the property has been converted to a heritage hotel, which is visited by a huge number of tourists every year.
Being a small village, Pragpur has quite a few number of listed destinations. And, due to preserved structures and buildings, the village has been regarded as a heritage town by the Government of Himachal Pradesh.