One look at Kasauli, a charming town in Himachal Pradesh, and you will feel that you have been taken back in time, to the colonial era of the 19th century. The place seems to have stood still in time, without being affected by it to a great extent. The paved lanes, old-world shops, gabled houses with colonial facades and small orchards, all remind you of the time when the country was neither so polluted, nor so populated.
Clad with forests of chir-pine, Himalayan oak and huge horse chestnuts, the hills surrounding Kasauli presents a gripping sight. As you move through the narrow roads of the hill resort, which slither up and down its course, you come face to face with enchanting vistas. The hill station was developed by British during the 'hey day' of their empire. Today, Kasauli draws tourists from all over India with its mystical charm and is contributing to travel & tourism in Himachal Pradesh.