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It can also be called Himalaya in Himachal or Himachal in Himalaya. ‘Hi’ in Hindi literally means snow or ice and ‘alaya’ means house, which makes the Himalayas ‘home of the Himalayas’ and from there the name Himachal is ‘Land of Snow’.

The Himalayas also influence the climate of Himachal. The drastic change in the height of the mountains (from 450 m to 6500 m) creates a huge difference in climatic conditions.

The mouth of this moisture gives rise to many rivers, which flow under the name of Himachal, namely Sutlej, Beas, Ravi, Chenab and Yamuna. It is also the cause of dozens of lakes in Himachal Pradesh.

Himachal Pradesh is a hill state in India’s northwestern region, nestled in the Western Himalayas. It is surrounded on the north by the union territories of Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh, on the west by Punjab, on the southeast by Uttarakhand, on the southwest by Haryana, and on the east by the international boundary of Tibet.

Himachal Pradesh is a hilly state with the majority of its territory located in the Dhauladhar Mountain Range’s foothills. The highest mountain peak in Himachal Pradesh is Reo Purgyil, which stands at 6,816 metres above sea level. Himachal Pradesh is a state that is divided into valleys by several perennial rivers.

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