Working in Dharamshala

Invitation to work and live in heaven.

For those who don’t know

Dharamshala is a cosmopolitan town in the north India, nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas, in the state of Himachal Pradesh. It is one of the best connected yet isolated place for travelers and traders.


Always a Holiday

Enjoy the natures bounty which this town has to offer. A backpackers paradise, there are exciting opportunities to go trekking, swimming,  paragliding, playing cricket or learning about miniature paintings.

Night life in Dharamshala?

The silent canopy that the stars create with moonlight falling on the snow clad Himalayas, we don’t believe any night life can match.

Not that there’s just this, there are cafe’s, clubs and restaurants to hangout with friends.

Night view of  Dharamshala Cricket Stadium, May 15th, 2011

Small Town?


  • The town has an airport at Gaggal with flights connecting the nation’s capital.
  • There is regular bus service to all big cities on roads which travelers can enjoy.
  • Large markets in Mcleodganj, Dharamshala and Kangra with the best Tibetan and Indian handicrafts and garments. Of-course there are the Adidas and Pizza Hut’s of the world too.
  • There are good schools, medical and engineering colleges and 2 universities in and around Dharamshala.
  • Artists from all over the world love to perform gigs in this ‘small town’. You will always hear the best melodies.
  • Dharamshala Cricket Stadium has already hosted IPL’s and one day international matches. This venue is more loved than any other throughout India.

Cultural trends are exalting

  • You can spend days on the streets meeting people from all sorts of cultural diversities, Not to forget there are tourists from each and every part of the world here.
  • Artists from around the world love to perform here.
India Miss Tibet Pageant

Dharamshala weather

While Dharamshala was warm and sunny this winter, Delhi was cold and foggy.

Climate and surroundings


  • There are the mountains for the likes, and there are lakes.
  • There’s wilderness, the animals and the noises of the markets.
  • There is snow in the winter with sun shining warmth.
  • There is heat in the summer with the snowy peaks blowing cool.
  • There are the rains that drench your soul for months and breeze from the Himalayas keep the freshness flowing.

Social interactions are more informal


  • A couple of years in Dharamshala and you will know most of the people.
  • The ‘Kangri Dham’ feasts you in a way no pizzas and burgers can.
  • From Italian to Korean, all specialized restaurants are open around for all kinds of taste buds.
  • For the book lovers, there are book cafe’s and ample literature to read, available around the streets of Dharamshala And Mcleodganj