The Kangra District Gazetteer Of Years 1924-25

Consists of information about geographical, topographical features such as river systems, Geology, Fauna and Flora such as wild animals and plant species; demographic patterns such as births and deaths, socio-religious variations such as distinctions of caste, religion and language, dress, housing and food patterns; major occupations in agriculture, industry and commerce; governmental, administrative and financial management systems. Kangra lies in the lap of the Himalayan Dhauladhar Range, during the British rule Kangra comprised 2,763 square miles . After the Anglo-Sikh war of 1846 Kangra came under the direct control of the British.


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