Haripurdhar is a small town in Sirmour, Himachal Pradesh, India. The town is situated on a high ridge overlooking a deep valley. The town is at an altitude of 2500 metres above sea level. This town was early known as 'Dungbhangayani'. Earlier this was the summer capital of the of sirmour. Haripurdhar is famous for its clamate and a famous temple called "maa bhangyani".
In the winter season there is heavy snowfall in haripurdhar region and upper hills of renukaji. Tourists enjoy this snowfall, that's why haripurdhar has its own importance.
After the Haripurdhar there is a way to Churdhar which is highest mountain peak of district Sirmour Himachal Pradesh. Churdhar mountain is one of the Shivalik ranges at a height of 11965 feet (it is the highest peak in southern Himachal Pradesh), Churdhar, commonly known as Churichandni (Bangle of Snow), is blessed with some of the most spectacular and beautiful landscapes in this region. The view from the summit embraces a vast panorama of lowland tracts towards the south and snow-capped ranges, including the peaks of Badrinath and Kedarnath in the Garhwal region, towards the north. It is believed that this is the very place where Hanuman discovered the life-restoring Sanjivini booti,which revived Lakshmana, Lord Churdhar Rama’s younger brother. Ruins of an ancient town have been discovered at the nearby Dundi Devi. A wealth of herbs and beautiful alpine flora cover these Himalayan slopes. Walking through the wildlife sanctuary, one spots the spectacular monal, Himachal’s state bird, along with koklass and kaleej pheasants. The canine-toothed musk deer and the endangered Himalayan black bear inhabit the higher forests.