Gazetteer of the Sirmur State 1934
|Author:||Kahn Chand Kapur|
|Publisher:||B.R. PUBLISHING CORPORATION|
The territories of the State which once occupied a much larger area lie among the outer Himalayan ranges. It is bounded on the north by the Simla Hill States of Balsan and Jubbal, on the east by the Tons river which divides it from the Dehra Dun District of the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh, from which the Jumna also separates it on the south-east. On the south it borders on the State of Kalsia and the Ambala District of the Punjab. It is bounded on the west by Patiala territory, and on the north-west by Keonthal. The whole territory of the State is, with the exception of the broad valley of the Kiarda Dun, mountainous, with deep valleys lying between ranges of varying elevation.
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