Chail is a beautiful mountain station, located in the Solan district of Himachal Pradesh. The cricket and polo field is also very famous here. The wildlife sanctuary of Chail is also very special, which attracts wildlife lovers. Along with wildlife, there are also several types of trees and plants in this sanctuary.
State and history
Chail which is situated at 2,226 meters above sea level and located on Sadh Tiba hill, is a very beautiful place in Himachal Pradesh. Patiala’s Maharaja Bhupinder Singh was banished from Shimla by order of Lord Kitchener. To take revenge on this, Bhupinder Singh made Chail his capital of the time and built the beautiful Chail Mahal here.
Chail Mahal was built in 1891 and is a real estate of Chail. In addition, the wildlife sanctuary of Chail, where a variety of tree plants is found, is one of the main attractions of Chail. In this sanctuary there are many wild animals, such as: