Lansdowne- The cantonment town
Hey people welcome to a new page on the blog; Lansdowne, the cantonment town of the British at a height of 1,706 m in the mountains. Originally named Kaludanda named after one of India’s viceroys, Lord Landsdowne in 1887. Lansdowne was a major place of Indian British freedom fighters from British Garhwal.
People interested in spooky places should also visit the Kitchener cemetery as many graves of the British era give you an eerie feel and you will shivers up and down your spine.
Places to visit
The War memorial at the Parade ground is attraction for visitors. It is a picturesque hill station with blue pine trees.The Annual Shardasotav is held during the festival of autumn.