Una is one of the districts of Himachal Pradesh, India, and shares its border with the Hoshiarpur District and Rupnagar district of Punjab. The terrain is generally a plain with low hills. Una has been identified as a main industrial hub and has become a transit town for travellers going to the famous city of Dharamshala or locations within the Himalayas such as Kullu, Manali, Jawalamukhi, and Chintpurni.
Una District of southhimachalpradesh Himachal Pradesh was carved out of the erstwhile Hoshiarpur District in September 1972. Situated at an altitude varying between 350-1200m Una District spans between 75°58'2" - 76°28'25"East Longitude and 31°17'52" - 31°52'0" North Latitude.
Una District records a net population of 4,47,967 and possesses an essentially agrarian economy where rice, maize, wheat, pulses, sugarcane, vegetables, condiments and non-food crops like fiber, groundnut and fodder crops are grown in plenty.
Una District marked by its pleasing ambiance and scenic beauty; plethora of marketplaces celebrates a host of festivals and fairs like the Holla Mohalla and Sawan Asthmi fairs and the Prakash and Baiskahi festivals all through the year. Besides the pristine Chintpuri temple, Bangana-Lathian-Piplu and sanctified Dera Baba Bharbang Singh gurdwaras attract hordes of tourists from all across the world.