List of Residential Boarding Schools in Himachal pradesh

Boarding Schools in Himachal pradesh by Location
Boarding Schools in ArkiBoarding Schools in Baddi
Boarding Schools in BaklohBoarding Schools in Banjar
Boarding Schools in BhotaBoarding Schools in Bhuntar
Boarding Schools in BilaspurBoarding Schools in Chamba
Boarding Schools in ChaupalBoarding Schools in Chuari Khas
Boarding Schools in DagshaiBoarding Schools in Dalhousie
Boarding Schools in DalhousieBoarding Schools in Daulatpur
Boarding Schools in Dera GopipurBoarding Schools in Dharamsala
Boarding Schools in GagretBoarding Schools in Ghumarwin
Boarding Schools in HamirpurBoarding Schools in Indora
Boarding Schools in JawalamukhiBoarding Schools in Jhakhri
Boarding Schools in JogindernagarBoarding Schools in Jubbal
Boarding Schools in JutoghBoarding Schools in Kangra
Boarding Schools in KasauliBoarding Schools in Kotkhai
Boarding Schools in KulluBoarding Schools in Kumarsain
Boarding Schools in ManaliBoarding Schools in Mandi
Boarding Schools in Mehatpur BasdehraBoarding Schools in Nadaun
Boarding Schools in Nagrota BagwanBoarding Schools in Nahan
Boarding Schools in Naina DeviBoarding Schools in Nalagarh
Boarding Schools in NarkandaBoarding Schools in Nurpur
Boarding Schools in PalampurBoarding Schools in Paonta Sahib
Boarding Schools in ParwanooBoarding Schools in Rajgarh
Boarding Schools in RampurBoarding Schools in Rewalsar
Boarding Schools in RohruBoarding Schools in Sabathu Cantonment
Boarding Schools in SantokhgarhBoarding Schools in Sarkaghat
Boarding Schools in SeoniBoarding Schools in Shamshi
Boarding Schools in ShimlaBoarding Schools in Solan
Boarding Schools in SundarnagarBoarding Schools in Talai
Boarding Schools in TheogBoarding Schools in Tira Sujanpur
Boarding Schools in UnaBoarding Schools in Yol Cantonment
About Himachal pradesh
Himachal Pradesh (Hindi: [ɦɪˈmaːtʃəl pɾəˈdeːʃ] (listen); lit "snow-laden province") is a state in the northern part of India Situated in the Western Himalayas, it is one of the eleven mountain states and is characterized by an extreme landscape featuring several peaks and extensive river systems Himachal Pradesh shares borders with the Union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh to the north, and the states of Punjab to the west, Haryana to the southwest, and Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh to the south The state shares a border to the east with the Tibet Autonomous Region in China.

The predominantly mountainous region comprising the present-day Himachal Pradesh has been inhabited since pre-historic times having witnessed multiple waves of human migration from other areas Through its history, the region was mostly ruled by local kingdoms some of which accepted the suzerainty of larger empires Prior to India's independence from the British, Himachal comprised the hilly regions of Punjab Province of British India After independence, many of the hilly territories were organized as the Chief Commissioner's province of Himachal Pradesh which later became a union territory In 1966, hilly areas of neighboring Punjab state were merged into Himachal and it was ultimately granted full statehood in 1971.

Himachal Pradesh is spread across valleys with many perennial rivers flowing through them Almost 90% of the state's population lives in rural areas Agriculture, horticulture, hydropower and tourism are important constituents of the state's economy The hilly state is almost universally electrified with 995% of the households having electricity as of 2016.

The state was declared India's second open-defecation-free state in 2016 According to a survey of CMS – India Corruption Study 2017, Himachal Pradesh is India's least corrupt state