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List of Residential Boarding Schools in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh

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About Shimla
Shimla (English: ; Hindi: [ˈʃɪmla] (listen)), also known as Simla, is the capital and the largest city of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh In 1864, Shimla was declared as the summer capital of British India After independence, the city became the capital of Punjab and was later made the capital of Himachal Pradesh It is the principal commercial, cultural and educational centre of the state It was the capital city of British Burma (present-day Myanmar) from 1942 to 1945.

Small hamlets were recorded prior to 1815 when British forces took control of the area The climatic conditions attracted the British to establish the city in the dense forests of the Himalayas As the summer capital, Shimla hosted many important political meetings including the Simla Accord of 1914 and the Simla Conference of 1945 After independence, the state of Himachal Pradesh came into being in 1948 as a result of the integration of 28 princely states Even after independence, the city remained an important political centre, hosting the Simla Agreement of 1972.

After the reorganisation of the state of Himachal Pradesh, the existing Mahasu district was named Shimla Shimla is home to a number of buildings that are styled in the Tudorbethan and neo-Gothic architectures dating from the colonial era, as well as multiple temples and churches The colonial architecture and churches, the temples, and the natural environment of the city attracts tourists Attractions include the Viceregal Lodge, the Christ Church, the Jakhoo Temple, the Mall Road, the Ridge and Annadale The city centre's northern most point is Jakhoo and the southern most location is Annadale, and the easternmost point is Sanjauli and western point is Chotta Shimla.

The Kalka–Shimla Railway line built by the British, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is also a major tourist attraction Owing to its steep terrain, Shimla hosts the mountain biking race MTB Himalaya, which started in 2005 and is regarded as the biggest event of its kind in South Asia Shimla also has the largest natural ice skating rink in South Asia Apart from being a tourism centre, the city is also an educational hub with a number of colleges and research institutions