Rewalsar, Himachal Pradesh: Rewalsar is a town and a Nagar Panchayat in the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh and is about 25 km from the district headquarters Mandi. Rewalsar is located at a height of 1360 m above sea level and its geographical coordinates are 31°38′02″N 76°50′00″E. Rewalsar lies in the Southern Himalayan belt and comes under the Beas Circuit of Himachal. The Mandi district shares its boundaries with Kangra, Kullu, Hamirpur, Sohan, Bilaspur and Shimla. The area is irrigated by the Beas River.
Rewalsar is a town and a Nagar Panchayat in the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh. It is also referred to as Topeka by the Tibetans. The unique feature of the town is that it is sacred to followers of different religions - Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism.
Rewalsar is an ideal relaxation place away from stress and the city chaos. One can enjoy the splendid natural beauty from the hills and also spend time in the shrines to attain peace and tranquility. What else can one want on a holiday, a complete eye and mind unwinding. The religious shrines and the mountain breeze is such a stress buster that you feel completely rejuvenated by the end of the trip. The vegetation of the place adds to the freshness of the air.
Horticulture is the main occupation of the residents and the cultivation mainly consists of vegetation crops and fruit crops.
The Sisu fair held in late February/early March, and the festivals of Baisakhi are the important festivals of Rewalsar.
The nearest town is the district headquarters Mandi which is about 25 km from Rewalsar. Mandi is a place of 81 temples and referred to as Choti Kashi.