The renowned Kangra Miniature Paintings originated from this region, with the Guler style being particularly distinguished for its vibrant colours, delicate details, and expressive storytelling.
The last ruler of Guler, Bhup Singh, received a Jagir (land grant) in Nandpur after the state’s annexation by the Sikh Empire in 1813.
Historical Sites and Significance of Nandpur Guler
Guler Fort: This ruined fort now called the Guler Palace, built by Raja Hari Chand in the 17th century, stands as a reminder of the Guler state’s past. It offers panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.
Guler Ghati (Valley): This scenic valley is known for its natural beauty and trekking trails.