Imagine ambling through the pathways as the sun with a dash of redness rises up the skyline to turn into a mild yellow gold artwork; mornings of such sorts are a feast to the soul and Kalpa is famous for such beautiful sunrises. The Narayan Nugani temple in Kalpa exhibits the sincerity of the craftsmanship of the region without even slight failure in Kalpa Kinnaur.
Kalpa is a small town in the Sutlej river valley, above Recong Peo in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh, Northern India, in the Indian Himalayas. Inhabited by Kinnauri people and is famous for its apple orchards. Apples are a major cash crop for the region. The local inhabitants follow a syncretism of Hinduism and Buddhism, and many temples in Kalpa are dedicated to both Hindu and Buddhist gods and goddesses. The average literacy rate of Kalpa is around 83.75%. One of the famous music directors of Himachal Pradesh, Surender Negi, is from Kalpa. India’s first-ever voter Shyam Saran Negi also belongs to Kalpa.