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Chamba, a state of Northern India, is bounded on the north and west by the Cashmere territory, by a range of mountains separating it from Kashmir, on the east by the British parganas of Bangahal and Lahaul in Kangra district, and on the south by mountains separating it from the Kangra Valley. Its area is about 3,200 square miles. Among its rivers are the Ravee and Chenab, whose banks are lined with immense forests leased to the British Government. The chief town bears the same name and is situated on the Ravee.