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Bir, Himachal Pradesh, India

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The Homestay is located in the village Chaugan in Bir in Himachal Pradesh in India.It has a huge courtyard and a terrace.It's a lovely place nestled amidst lush green farms on all four sides of the house and the Himalayas at the backdrop.

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No parties or events Check in is anytime after 12PM (noon) This is a home given out to our guests. All I ask is to treat the home like you would do your own.

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Profile Image Bir is a village located in the west of Joginder Nagar Valley in the state of Himachal Pradesh in northern India.The homestay is at Chaugan village at Bir in Kangra of Himachal Pradesh. Bir is a noted centre for ecotourism, spiritual studies and meditation. Bir is also home to a Tibetan refugee settlement with several Buddhist monasteries and a large stupa.Chaugan is a Village in Baijnath Tehsil in Kangra District of Himachal Pradesh State, India. It is located 48 KM towards East from District head quarters Dharamsala. 6 KM from Baijnath. 131 KM from State capital Shimla It is known to be the Paragliding centre of India.So if you are in Himachal and at Bir,you come drop by to stay and have a beautiful experience staying at Janhabi's Homestay.

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Bir is located at in the Tehsil (administrative subdivision) of Baijnath, in the District of Kangra in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.

It is situated approximately 50 km (31 mi) southeast of Dharamshala at a distance of two to three hours by road. It is 14 km south of Billing, which lies on the way to the Thamsar Pass leading to Bara Bhangal.

Geologically, Bir is situated in the Joginder Nagar Valley, Dhauladhar Range of the foothills of the Indian Himalayas.

The nearest railway station is Ahju, on the narrow-gauge line running between Pathankot and Jogindernagar via Kangra.

Road access to Bir is from the Bir Road turnoff (signposted) on N H20 (now NH 154), approximately midway between Baijnath and Jogindernagar.

In popular culture

Bir was the setting for Khyentse Norbu's first feature film, The Cup (Phörpa) (1999), which was based on events that took place in Bir during the 1998 World Cup final and was shot on location in Bir

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