Himachal Pradesh celebrates “Himachal Day” on 15th April every year and this day is a public holiday. Himachal Pradesh was formed on this day in the year 1948 and for this reason it is considered as the year knot of Himachal Pradesh. Although Himachal got the status of a state post in the year 1971, but due to its status as a separate state, this day is celebrated as a holiday here. The lofty mountains of Himachal, shouldering the border of Tibet, have been a source of inspiration for many writers as well as being a place of picnic for many people. The combination of natural beauty and different cultures here is a unique experience in itself and dense forests live on the land here. Its name ‘Himachal Pradesh’ itself refers to the mountainous magnificence of this place; Because “Himachal” is derived from a word which means “inhabited in the snow cover”. Mainly processions are taken out here. But apart from this many local programs are also organized”. Also, there are many things you can do here that help you experience the natural beauty of the place. Himachal Pradesh literally means “snow covered area”. Himachal Pradesh is located in the northern part of India. It is bounded by Jammu and Kashmir in the north, Punjab in the west, Haryana in the south-west, Uttarakhand in the south-east and Tibet in the east. The total area of Himachal Pradesh is 55,673 square kilometer. The official languages of Himachal Pradesh are Hindi and Sanskrit. Presently the Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh is Jai Ram Thakur, while the Governor of Himachal Pradesh is Rajendra Vishwanath Arlekar.