Set high where they lord over the surrounding countryside, or tucked in wood nooks, or placed by elegant promenades, Himachal has an enormous range of heritage properties. Worth nostalgia and comfort skillfully interlaced, here is a window that invites you to share a bygone era & hold its enduring charms. Shimla, the state capital of Himachal Pradesh has some of the world's finest examples of British Colonial architecture. Colonial buildings can be found elsewhere in the state especially in the 'hill stations' of Kasauli and Dalhousie.
In addition, there are forts, palaces, temples, monasteries & residences that follow a much older tradition, to be found all over the state. The thousand year old Buddhist monastery of Tabo in Spiti with its fine wall paintings & stucco statues has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, We are proud to have them as a part of our rich heritage. These provide visitors an insight into local lifestyles, cuisine and culture. A turnover of over a million tourists per year in Himachal makes Shimla a good place to study in. HIHT has opened a Hotel Management Institute in Shimla so that their dream may take shape.
Eligibility: 12th passed /Appeared /Graduate/(Any Stream)
Eligibility: 12th Passed /Appeared /Graduate/(Any Stream)
Eligibility: Graduate (ANY STREAM)
Eligibility: 10th Passed & Above