Imperial India left many legacies including built heritage. One of these is The Judge’s Court, a Country Manor located in a small village, Pragpur, on the edge of the Himalaya Mountains, at an elevation of 2000 ft. in the cool Kangra Valley.
The Judge’s Court seems lost in time. The site chosen for Pragpur lies in the shade of the Dhauladhar mountains – the white ranges – and is said to be so located as to receive the astral benefice influence of prayers that have been offered for thousands of years at three nearby ancient SHAKTI (Primordial Energy) Temples
The building is a perfect harmony of Hindu and Islamic architectural features mastered over with European techniques.
New-age amenities blende beautifully in tastefully appointed rooms and offer an experience of the best of Indian rural heritage supported by succulent culinary delicacies that add to the highlights of The Judge’s Court experience. Efforts have been made to create a healthy environment and a safe haven.