Naldehra is picturesque and beautiful village near Shimla which was discovered by Lord Curzon; the British Viceroy to India. He was so amazed with the surroundings that he decided to build a 9 hole golf course in the region. Lord Curzon named the golf course after his third daughter Alexandra Naldehra. Naldehra is at an elevation of 2044 m above sea level. The name of the town is a combination of two words, ‘nag’ and ‘dehra’, which means the ‘abode of the king of snakes’.
Naldehra Quick Facts :
Location : Himachal Pradesh
Height : 2044 Meters from sea level
Distance : 382 km from Delhi, 25 Km from Shimla
Population : Naldehra Village has a total of 63 people &16 houses as per 2011 census