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|Elevation||1,900 m (6,200 ft)|
Shillai is a small town in Northern India, Himachal Pradesh (state). It comes under District Sirmour. Shillai is located on a south east-facing hill at an elevation of 1,900 metres. The hill is called dhar shillai, and is 2,100 meters high. A degree college is proposed to be built there. The local language is Pahari.
Shillai is located on the ridge of a mountain at an altitude of 1796 m. The average temperature ranges from 20° to 30°C in summer and 5° to 20° in winter. Shillai has a temperate climate, in summer the maximum temperature ranges from 24 to 28 degrees Celsius, whereas in winter, snow sometimes fall.
Shillai is divided into two regions: the Village Shillai (lower part) and the Shillai town (upper part). There is a greenbelt of a forest all around and inside the village, which is connected with town by road as well as pedestrian roads.
- Shillai is connected by State Highway No. 1 with Paonta Sahib and Rohru and with Shimla via Sona, Rajgarh, Rohnat. The city is connected with Dehradun by menus bridge, Vikasnagar in Uttrakhand.
- Nearest Railway station is Dehradun.
- Nearest Airport is Dehradun and Chandigarh.
- A helipad is built at Shillai for Helicopter transportation near Naya Village 3 km from Shillai