Historical Town and their Founder

Town – Founder – Present district
1. Bilaspur (1650-56) – Dip Chand – Bilaspur
2. Hamirpur (1700) – Hamir Chand - Hamirpur
3. Sujanpur (1748) – Abhay Chand - Hamirpur
4. Bijapur Town – Vijay Ram Chand - Kangra
5. Alampur (1697) – Alam Chand - Kangra
6. Sundernagar (1712) – Garur Sen - Mandi
7. Nahan (1621) – Karam Prakash – Sirmaur
8. Shimla (1822) – Major Kennedy - Shimla
9. Chamba (920-940) – Sahil Verman - Chamba
10. Dalhousie (1850) – Lord Dalhousie - Chamba
11. Kangra – Susharma Chandra - Kangra
12. Kullu (1500A.D.) – Bahinguni Pal – Kullu
13. Mandi (1526A.D.) – Ajbar Sen - Mandi
14. Rampur – Raja Ram Singh - Shimla
15. Jubbal (16th century) – Rana Tegh Chand - Shimla
16. Kasauli (1841) – An Englishman - Solan
17. Subathu (1816) - An Englishman - Solan
18. Dagshai (19th century) - An Englishman - Solan


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