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The Shimla Kali Bari is a very popular tourist attraction & was built in 1845 and is dedicated to Goddess Kali. People who come to Shimla never miss out on visiting this temple. Located at just one km away from Mall Road- the central hub...More
Simla Kalibari is one of the famous spot to visit at shimla. You can stay here also at very low cost. It take only 300 /- per night per room. As cost is very low so dont expect much comfort. U will not get 24...More
The Kali Bari temple is one of the ancient temples in Shimla built in 1845. It is dedicated to the fearsome reincarnation of Goddess Kali also known as Shyamala. The Goddess is believed to have existed near Jakhoo. The shrine of the blue Goddess existed...More
The temple is near to mall road and dedicated to Goddess kali who is also named as Shyamala, and the city got its name after the goddess as Shimla. The temple is an important worshiped place in the city and also very important tourist place....More
jai maa kali.. one of the famous temple of shimla.. built as early as 1845,,location very central vary close to mall just 1 km away..at onetime even animals were sacrificed..mind
blowing darshan,, easy to approach,, view of shimla from temple is g8..its a huge building...More
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Rooms are quiet good and specious with new sanitary fittings. Checkin and check out times are flexible. Sufficient blankets and quills are provided. But the main drawback is non-availability of hot water.They only provide... More
Rooms are quiet good and specious with new sanitary fittings. Checkin and check out times are flexible. Sufficient blankets and quills are provided. But the main drawback is non-availability of hot water.They only provide hot water for bathing in morning but in irregular manner.At other times not hot water supply is there. During the chilling cold of January it will be much difficult without sufficient hot water. Moreover no provisions of room heater is available.