Haler, Himachal Pradesh

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Haler is located in Himachal Pradesh
Haler is located in India
Location in Himachal Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 31°53′49″N 76°38′13″E / 31.897°N 76.637°E / 31.897; 76.637Coordinates: 31°53′49″N 76°38′13″E / 31.897°N 76.637°E / 31.897; 76.637
Country  India
State Himachal Pradesh
District Kangra
Elevation 562 m (1,844 ft)
Population (2001)
 • Total 679
 • Official Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 176091
Telephone code 911892xxxxxx
Vehicle registration HP-56

Haler is small village near Tehsil Jaisinghpur. It has an average elevation of 558 metres (1,831 feet).Haler is a village of Himachal Pradesh, under Tehshil Jaisinghpur, Kangra district, India. It is located between Dalu village and Thanpal village.It is situated on the Bank of River Beas.A famous Nag Naguli temple 4 km near from haler and this temple situated in LAP of mountain, due this many of pilgrim arrive there.And here is also a Sita ram temple that is situated in the shore of Haler Khad. In haler there is govt school that provide education up to 10th class.

Village profile[edit]

As of Census of India 2001[1]

Area details
Area of village (in hectares) - 126
Number of households - 146
Population data based on 2001 census
Total population - Persons - 679
Total population - Males - 306
Total population - Females - 373
Scheduled castes population - Persons - 104
Scheduled castes population - Males - 48
Scheduled castes population - Females - 56
Education facilities
Number of primary schools - 1
Number of middle schools - 1
College available within range - Within 5 km
Medical facilities
Allopathic hospitals available within range - More than 10 km
Maternity and child welfare centre available within range - Within 5 km
Primary health centre available within range - Within 5 km
Number of primary health sub centre - 1
Post, telegraph and telephone facilities
Number of post office - 1
Number of telephone connections - 14
Banking facilities
Commercial bank available within range - Within 5 km
Land use (Two decimal) in hectares
Number of forest land - 2
Number of government canal - 0
Number of private canal - 22.00
Total irrigated area - 22.00
Unirrigated area - 22.00
Culturable waste (including gauchar and groves) - 25.00
Area not available for cultivation - 55.00

The roads, water, electricity and government school till +2 are available 24x7 and are due to the tireless efforts of Lt. Mr. Dalbir Anoop Thakur and his wife Lt. Mrs. Nirankari Thakur. They died at an early age of 56 and 42 but their whole life has been around the development of the village where they were born.


  1. ^ Census of India