Triund

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Triund
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Coordinates: 32°14′59″N76°20′02″E / 32.2496°N 76.3339°E / 32.2496; 76.3339 Coordinates: 32°14′59″N76°20′02″E / 32.2496°N 76.3339°E / 32.2496; 76.3339
CountryIndia
State Himachal Pradesh
District Dharamshala
Elevation
2,850 m (9,350 ft)
Hindi, English
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
Area code(s) +91-01892

Triund is a small hill station in the Kangra district in the state of Himachal Pradesh, India. Triund is a part of Dharamkot. Triund is at the foot of the Dhauladhar ranges and is at a height of 2,828 m.

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