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Uttarakhand Spritual Tour

Holy Visits is also conducted by the Mandir committee to sacred Temple, Ashram and natural caves in the Himalayan region.

Bhakti Maa Dham (Naukuchiyatal)

Bhakti Maa Dham is a situated in Naukuchiyatal in the lap of the Himalayas. The Dham is a work of beautiful architecture and aesthetic presentation of pious themes create an atmosphere of true spiritual sublimity.Pilgrims are drawn here from all over the world. The majestic mountains, The 52 feet Idol of Hanumanji touching the sky, the artificial caves in the Temple and the lush green forests will embrace and rejuvenate your entire being. Bhakti Dham is devoted to Mauni Mai who adopted the vow of silence at an early age maa communicates by writing on a slate that she always carries with her Though cryptic and pithy the notaions on the slate are heavy in meaning and depth..Maa mostly remain in Dhyan devotee luckly got a chance to meet her

Kainchi Mandir (Neem Kaurari Baba)

One of the temples built by Neem Kaurari Maharajji itself. temple is located in nainital district. The name comes from the fact that the temple is situated between two hills which cross each other and the cradle looks like a scissor (kainchi). It hosts one of the biggest annual bhandaras (on 15 June every year) among the various temples.

Patalbubneshwar Berinag (Berinag)
Is located at an elevation of 1350 mts. above sea level.The way to the temple is through a narrow tunnel shaped cave with more than 200 stairs downword .The narrow passage way opens into a large cave which have in them the stone carvings of many Gods and Goddesses The cave temple of Patal Bhubaneshwar is traditionally believed to be the abode of thirty three crore god and goddess.

Baijnath (Kausani)

The famous temples of Baijnath.Built by Katyuri rulers.Here a cluster of temples hold in their fold beautiful idols of Godcahibhamdess Parvasti chiseled in black stone.Innumerable tales of Lord Shiva and Parvati make these temples a fascinating experience.

Chitai Golju (Almora)

Golju was a warrior of 8th century who fought injustice despite many odds. During Jagar stories of his bravery are still sung. The temple is situated between dense pine forest. Appeals on stamp/ plain paper are tagged around by the persons subjected to unjust. Thousands of big and small bells are tied around the temple in token of gratitude and acknowledgements from devotes who got justice or their wishes were fulfilled.

Jageshwar (Almora)

This deodar filled valley has about 160 temples, and each delicately carved and richly ornamented. It is also a Hindu pilgrimage site Counted among the 12 Jyotirlings in the country, Jageshwar lies in a beautiful narrow valley hedged by monarch-sized, ancient deodars. , the three outstanding ones, in terms of sculpture, are dedicated of Jageshwar, Mrityunjaya and Pushtidevi. Jageshwar temple has sculpted dwarpals standing guard at its entrance . Although the presiding deity at Jageshwar is shiva a strong Buddhist influence is visible in the carvings.

Maa Purnagiri mandir( Tanakpur)
At a height of 3000 mts. above sea level, Purnagiri temple is visited throughout the year by devotees from all parts of the country, who come here in large numbers, particularly during Chaitra Navratri in the month of March - April. The surrounding valleys echo with the holy chantings of the devotees climbing up to the top for darshan, creating an atmosphere of spirituality.

Narayan Ashram(Munsyari)

Narayan Arsram is situated at at an elevation of 2734 mts. above sea level. This was established by Narayan Swami in 1936. The Ashram is a spiritual cum-socio educational center.This Ashram is idyllic surroundings and surrounded by a multitude of flowers. The serene atmosphere, the enervating discourses, the library, meditation-room and samadhi sthal provide solace to the yatris.

Kalika (Gangolihat)
this temple is reputed to be in existence since time immemorial. A reference to the abode of the Goddess Kalika appears in ancient texts the Puranas. The Goddess Haat Kali is also the Isht Devi,, the reverred Goddess, of the Kumaon regiment of the Indian army

Garjia Devi (Ramnagar)

14 kms. from Ramnagar,on the way to Ranikhet, is a huge rock in the midst of river Kosi. This place has been named Garjia Devi after the deity. The temple is visited by thousands of devotees from different parts of the state. A large fair is held here on kartik Poornima. Ramnagar is the last bus terminus, from where Garjia Devi Temple is 14 kms

Naina devi (Nainital)

The charming hill resort of Nainital gets its name from the Goddess Naina Devi. A temple dedicated to the deity stands here.The attractive lake of Nainital is said to be the eyes of Sati, wife of Lord Shiva.When Sati jumped into the sacrificial bonfire. Lord Shiva to mourn the death of his beloved wife carried the body across the country. The remains of her body fell at various places which today are sacred worship places for the Hindus.

Hanuman Garhi (Nainital)
Situated at a height of 1951 meters, with its famous temple, this place is reputed for its glorious sunsets. A very beautiful Hanuman mandir is at the top. Near the temple stands the Uttarakhand Government observatory and the Satellite Tracking Center.

Tracking Center.


Nainital :

A Placid lake surrounded by towering peaks, spellbinding views, Greenery all around, and a tranquil atmosphere.Nainital has earned the epithet of 'Lake District' of India . The most prominent of the lakes is Naini lake .


Is at a distance of 5 km from Bhimtal situated at a height of 1371 m and is a cluster of seven lakes . It is one of the most untouched places in the lake region of Uttaranchal. Saattal now boasts of only 5 lakes as over the years two of the lakes have been dried up. It is famous for fishing and boating.

Bhimtal :

Situated at a cool, comfortable 1371 mts above sea-level, Bhimtal retains its pristine glory with its crystal clear waters and quaint hills surrounding it on all sides.According to legend, Bhimtal came into existence when the mighty Bhim of the Pandavas dug the earth to get water for quenching their thirst during their vanvas. A lake got formed at the place where he dug the earth. The place, where he put his vessel, became the small island in the middle.

Naukuchiyatal :

Is located 1 kms from Bhakti Maa Mandir. This famous nine cornered lake is considered auspicious because the Pandavas are supposed to have bathed here. Legend dictates that anyone who spots all the nine corners of the lake at one go becomes a millionaire. The wooded slopes are thick with oak and pine. The lake is in a picturesque location. A haven for birdwatchers, nature lovers and the regular tourist.

Jim Corbet Park :

Located in the foothills of the Himalayas is the majestic Corbett National Park. Home to a variety of flora and fauna, it is famous for its wild population of Tiger Leopards and Elephants Corbett national park was established in 1936, as the Hailey National Park. India's first national park and the first sanctuary to come under Project Tiger, Corbett supports a variety of vegetation making it the ideal habitat for the Tiger and its prey.


This beautiful place is 2286 mts in altitude and 51 Kms. from Naukuchiyatal. Surrounded by fruit orchards and thick coniferous forest. It is the celebrated scenic spot overlooking long ranges of snow cover Himalayas.

Almora :

with a breathtaking panoramic view of Himalayas, Famous for i
ts rich cultural heritage, unique handicrafts, sumptuous cuisine and magnificent wildlife, coupled with an easy accessibility, Almora promises its tourists a visit full of fun and unforgettable moments.


At Kausani the grandeor of the Himalayan scenery comes alive. The view of the snow covered Trishul & Nanda Devi is so clear that one gets a feeling of the snown being within touching distance. Sunrise and Sunset of Himalayan range have attracted thousands of visitors to this place time & again.


Is an idyllic place for leisurely holidays in peace and tranquility with pleasant weather conditions. one can have the view of the snow-capped ranges of the Himalayas from this hill station. Ramgarh is perfect place for the nature lovers, It is known for orchards of a variety of Himalayan fruits like apples, apricots, and peaches.

Ranikhet :

A small hill station set in the Kumaon hills. It offers the tourists a panoramic view of the mighty Himalayan peaks. The environs of Ranikhet are sylvan, peaceful and attractive. Ranikhet is a cantonment town of Kumoun Regemintal Center and is known for its ancient temples.

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