Welcome to Municipal council Nalagarh

Nalagarh (also known as Hindur or Nawalgarh) is a city and a municipal committee in Solan district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It was the seat of the eponymous princely state during the British Raj, and known in medieval period as the state of Hindur. It was founded by the Chandella Rajputs in 1100 AD. At present Nalagarh is an emerging town for industries as it hosts production units for leather, steel, chemicals, thread mills and breweries; thus air pollution is quite a concern here. It is situated at 65 km distance from nearby major city Chandigarh.

The Nalagarh Fort is one of the major tourist attractions in Nalagarh. The historical monument is one of the very few forts of Himachal located on a hillock at the foothills of the Himalayas. Built in a traditional Rajput style with a blend of Mughal style, the architecture of the fort is worth seeing.
Fort is surrounded by unbelievable greenery as far as eyes can see and the valley views and Shiwalik hills that are seen from here are magnificent. Away from the sophistication of the city it is an ideal getaway into history.
The fort has been renovated and has been converted into a luxurious heritage resort with all modern amenities. The resort is spread over 20 acres with orchards and lawns built maintaining the traditional look.