Indian hill station Shimla, circa 1880. Photo: Getty Images Indian hill station Shimla, circa 1880. Photo: Getty Images
Indian hill station Shimla, circa 1880. Photo: Getty Images

Seven Indian hill stations that still beckon when summer becomes too hot to handle

  • Built by the British as a respite from Indian summers, the subcontinent’s hill stations are as charming as ever
  • At Udagamandalam, or Ooty, the game of snooker was invented, and Gulmarg is still home to the world’s highest green golf course

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Indian hill station Shimla, circa 1880. Photo: Getty Images Indian hill station Shimla, circa 1880. Photo: Getty Images
Indian hill station Shimla, circa 1880. Photo: Getty Images
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