Hill station

Location in Himachal Pradesh, India

Coordinates: 31°47′54″N 76°07′28″E / 31.798229°N 76.124525°E / 31.798229; 76.124525Coordinates: 31°47′54″N 76°07′28″E / 31.798229°N 76.124525°E / 31.798229; 76.124525
Country  India
State Himachal Pradesh
District Una
Elevation 1,000 m (3,000 ft)
  Official Hindi, Pahari,
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 177109
Telephone code 911976

Bharwain (Hindi: भरवाईं is an administrative division (tehsil) and hill hamlet[1] village in Chintpurni region in the Una district of the state of Himachal Pradesh in India. It is an entry point to the Chintpurni Temple. The area is situated between the western Himalaya in the north and the Shiwalik (or Shivalik) range bordering the state of Punjab.


Bharwain is situated at a distance of about 2 km from the Chintpurni Shakti Peeth Temple on the Hoshiarpur Dharmshala highway. Bharwain is an administrative seat as well, as it is a sub-tehsil[2] under the Amb block. Bharwain is also a PWD circle that covers a many blocks of the Una district. This place borders the Kangra district to the north.


There is a lot to see and do in and around Bharwain:







Bharwain is situated at the altitude of around 1000 meters and is part of the Una district, Himachal Pradesh. It is located on the Hoshiarpur-Dharmashala road. This road is part of the State Highway network.


Spring : About mid-February to mid-April. The winter starts losing its bite around mid-February.

Summer : Mid-April to end of June. It is hot in summer and light cottons are recommended.

Rainy season : July - September. Still quite warm and, of course, humid. Lots and lots of rain.

Autumn : October - November. Days are pleasantly warm, nights are cool. May need light woollens at night or early mornings.

Winter: December - January. It is quite pleasant during the day and you may get by with one layer of woollens. The winter nights are cold and an extra layer of woollens is required.

In general, temperatures in Thaneek Pura, Chintpurni are about 5-8 Celsius lower than in the Punjab and Haryana plains and in Delhi.


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