The district of Sirmaur in the southeast corner of the State is divided by river Giri into two parts, the Cis Giri and the Trans Giri. Cis- Giri in which falls, Naha, the Headquarters of Sirmaur District shows slightly higher development indicators that the other area. The tourists however would find places of pilgrimage and interesting legends associated with these in both sides of the river. The princely state of Sirmaur had its capital in Sirmaur Tal, not far from Paonta Sahib. When it was destroyed in a flood, the Capital was shifted to to Rajvan and then to Kalsi and during the rule of Raja Karm Prakash (1615-1630), Nahan was spotted as the place fit to be the capital.