Kasauli is an exceptional spot for the honeymoon lovers and the general tourists in Himachal Pradesh. This is also called the hill station with the colonial effect. From Shimla, the distance of this hill station is 77km. Located on the elevation of 1800 meters; Kasauli is among the cool health resorts of India. The climate of Kasauli is moderate and in the winter season, the temper falls down to 2 degree Celsius. Apart from the natural beauty of the region, one can also see the monumental beauty. The Baptist church of Kasauli, built in the year 1923, is a classic example of the colonial architecture. There is another church here called the Christ Church and was built in the year 1853. The beauty of the stained glasses in the church is awesome and one can find the pictures of Christ, Mary and many saints of Christianity. Here, one finds a famous Gurudwara of Sikh religion. Another important attraction of the region is the Kasauli Brewery. This is oldest Scotch whisky manufacturing unit in Asia. The club of Kasauli is famous. This is a wonderful spot for the night enjoyment that include the dinner and dance parties.
Kasauli churches and their architecture
Kasauli is a cantonment hill station established in the year 1842 for the British army personnel and their families. The Christ church and Lawrence school chapel are exotic attractions. Around the Christ church, one finds the fir and chestnut trees. This church is the part of the Anglican Church and later came under the CNI [church of north India]. On Sunday, the church is open to the visitors and the people having faith in Christ. The stained glass painting on the main wall is the principal attraction. In this church, there is the old wood furniture reflecting excellent quality of that time.