Norwood Paramdham in Dalhousie

Norwood Paramdham Overview

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Bordered by deodar trees and perched on the upper side of Bakrota Hill, Norwood Paramdham was the religious abode of Swami Satyanand in 1925 who wrote many religious books during his stay at this house. It is known that he meditated here and took his last breath here and since then the place has been named as Paramdham. Locals call it as Kainth Wali Kothi and it is approximately 5 kilometres from Gandhi Chowk. With a capacity of accommodating more than 250 people, now-a-days, several satsangs (religious meetings) are organised by Bhagat Hans Raj ji (Guruji’s follower) and a huge number of people visit this place.

  • Opening Closing Time : 8 am to 6:30 pm

  • Entrance Fee Free

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Location

Bakrota Hill | 5 Km from Gandhi Chowk, Dalhousie