The Chamba Valley lies in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.
This district consists mainly of the valley of the Ravi -- which
forms part of the Indus River system -- and the Brahmour. It is
a region enclosed by two spur ranges of the Great Himalayan range
-- The Dhauladhar and the Pangi -- Pir Panjal ranges.
Pir Panjal range runs towards the north, the Dhauladhar is the
first granite range in the system when approached from the south.
And it is between these two ranges that the River Ravi, a major
tributary of the Indus, has carved its valley.
|Snowed up huts in late March, Dalhousie.|
Credit: Debangsu Sengupta