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Nalagarh is a beautiful hill station in Solan district of Himachal Pradesh. It was founded by the Chandella Rajputs in 1100 AD. It was the seat of the eponymous princely state during the British Raj, and known in medieval period as the state of Hindur. The Chandela Rajputs were great patrons of art and architecture of Nalagarh. In the early twentieth century, Nalagarh State was one of the Simla hill states, under the government of the Punjab. The country was overrun by the Gurkhas for some years before 1815, when they were driven out by the British, and the raja was confirmed in possession of the territory. Located at an altitude of 1220 ft above sea level, the Nalagarh Valley is a long band surrounded by the spurs of the outer Himalayas to its north-east and the heavily eroded range of the Shivaliks in the south and west. It is very famous for its picturesque beauty.