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Settled in the mountain slopes of the Himalayas, Dehradun is the capital of Uttarakhand. It is a standout amongst the most excellent resorts in the sub mountain tracks of India, known for its picturesque environment. The name Dehradun is a gathering of two words "dera" which means camp and " dun" which means valley.
Almora town is arranged on a 5 km mountain go arranged at a height of 1,650 m and from a separation its shape takes after a steed shoe. Almora, another famous slope station of Uttarakhand is known as the social capital of Kumaon. Almora was not found and created by the British, rather it was the seat of the energy of the Chand Dynasty who controlled the place that is known for Kumaon for very nearly a thousand years.
Kausani - The Switzerland of India A backpacker’s happy place and a writer's dreamland, Kausani is one such village of Uttarakhand which is also enjoying its stature as a quaint hill station. Cradled under the sheath of the crimson sun and the dark green hills, Kausani is known for offering a panoramic view of the massive Himalayan peaks such as Trishul, Nanda Devi, and the mighty Panchachuli peaks. The glory of the snow-crowned Himalayan range reaches its pinnacle when the sun rays turn them into gold in morning and red-orange sky at the sunset.
Corbett Tiger Reserve is spread over areas of Nainital, Almora, Pauri Garhwal and Bijnore Districts of Uttarakhand. The reward subject of the Reserve is 1318.54 sq. Km. Including 520. Eighty-two sq. Km. Of core subject and 797.72 sq. Km. Of buffer discipline. The core area types the Corbett countrywide Park whilst the buffer includes reserve forests (496.54 sq. Km.) as good as the Sonanadi flora and fauna Sanctuary (301.18 sq.Km.).
Haridwar is viewed as one of the seven holiest spots (Sapta Puri) to Hindus. As indicated by the Samudra Manthan, Haridwar alongside Ujjain, Nashik, and Prayag (Allahabad) is one of four locales where drops of Amrit, the solution of everlasting status, inadvertently overflowed from the pitcher while being conveyed by the divine flying creature Garuda. This is showed in the Kumbha Mela, which is commended at regular intervals in Haridwar.