Packers & Movers Himachal Pradesh
Packers and Movers Himachal Pradesh
OM Trans Relocation Packers Movers Himachal Pradesh the state of India where the roads are major mode of transportation in the hilly terrains. Landslides and snow sometimes make some of the roads closed during the winter and monsoon seasons. OM Trans Relocation Packers and Movers is fully aware of such situation and plan your move or transport of goods accordingly so that you face no problems. We possess enough resources, techniques, efficient manpower to cover the all area of Himachal Pradesh for your relocation needs and requirements with qualitative services.
- Car and Goods Relocation
- Storage Services
- Office Relocation
- Households Relocation
- Domestic Moving
- International Moving
About Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh! is a part of the Indian Himalayas. It has wide valleys imposing snow mountains, limpid lakes, rivers and gushing streams. After India became free in 1947, a number of princely hilly states were integrated into a single unit to be administered by the Government of India. Himachal Pradesh came into being as a state of the India Union on April 15, 1948, by integrating 31 big and small hill states of the region. In 1956, it was converted into a Union Territory. Subsequently, some more hill areas of the Punjab state were added to this Union Territory and it was made into a full-fledged state, the status that it continues to have now. Himachal Pradesh today is one of the most important tourist destinations in India. The high hills of Himalayas welcome the trekkers from all over the world.
Brief History of Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh region was called ‘Deva Bhoomi’. In early period, tribes like the Koilis, Halis, Dagis, Dhaugris, Dasa, Khasas, Kinnars and Kirats inhabited it. The Aryan influence in this area of India dates to the period before the Rigveda. Sankar Varma, the king of Kashmir exercised his influence over regions of Himachal Pradesh in about 883 AD. This region witnessed the invasion of Mahmud of Ghazni in 1009 AD, who during that period invaded and looted the wealth from the temples in the North of India. In about 1043 AD the Rajputs ruled over this territory. Known for its vibrant and exquisite natural scenery it received the royal patronage of the Mughal rulers who erected several works of art as an appreciation of this land. In 1773 AD the Rajputs under Sansar Chand possessed this region, till the attack by Maharaja Ranjit Singh in 1804 which crushed the Rajput power here. The Gurkhas who migrated from Nepal captured this area and devastated it. In the early 19th century the British exercised their influence and annexed the areas of Shimla after the Gurkha War of 1815-16. It became a centrally administered territory in 1948 with the integration of 31 hill states and received additional regions added to it in 1966.
Rivers of Himachal Pradesh
The major river systems of the region are the Chenab, the Ravi, the Beas, the Sutlej and the Yamuna. These perennial rivers are fed by snow and rainfall and are protected by a fairly extensive cover of natural vegetation.