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Kashmir is a well-known north western region of the India. However, until mid-19th century Kashmir was denoted as the valley between the Great hills of Himalayas and the Pir Panjal Hills. Though, it is changed as the larger area which includes the Indian controlled state of Jammu and Kashmir. Some part of Kashmir is administered by Pakistani and China.

  

 

Kashmir is turned as the vital center of Hinduism and Buddhism. As per record's Shah Mir was the first Muslim ruler of Kashmir came into notice in 1349. He was the ruler who inaugurated the Swati dynasty or Salatin-i-Kashmir. After his rule, another the next five centuries were ruled by Muslim rulers. These five centuries include the Mughals, who came into action from 1526 to 1751. The last ruler group of Muslims in Kashmir was Afghan Durrani Empire, and their period was from 1747 to 1820. The Sikhs came into action in 1846, and the first Sikh ruler was Ranjit Singh.

 


Kashmir is the ancient Sanskrit word which means land of Kashyap Rishi. According to Hindu Granthas, Kashyap Rishi was Saraswat Brahmin. He was one of the Saptarshis, who played the vital role in founding and formalizing prehistoric Vedic Religion. Later other honourable Kashmiri Pandits named this valley as Kashmir.


Kashmir is always an outstanding experience and people are visiting this beautiful place every year. Experts say this place is heavenly blessed with lots of attractive spots. The main part of visiting Kashmir is it is open for complete year and visitors can enjoy any season at this place. The sheer nature and beauty containing snow, which gives the feeling of silver mountains is amazing. The huge variety of flora and fauna made this place heaven on earth. People who love nature or want to make their honeymoon special should visit Kashmir. The adventure seekers will also get lots of things in this valley as the big hills and flowing water allow them for trekking and rafting events. The majestic mountains, salubrious climate, romantic rivers, valleys with fully covered snow and amazingly designed Mughal gardens are best places to visit in Kashmir.

 

  

There are plenty of attractive places where visitors can enjoy and make their moment memorable. This hill station is having huge snow that means people can enjoy skiing and some other activities. 



Tourist Attractions in Kashmir:

Sonmarg: this is the spot having astonishing flower carpeted field, which is covered with beautiful glaciers, snowfields, miniature plateaus, islets and pines. Sonmarg is just 80 kms distant from Srinagar. This place added into the list of highest hill ranges of the world. The sparkling effects and amazing view of the valley from Sonmarg could be diverse experience for visitors. The adventures journey of the valley is also special.

 

Gulmarg: this world is made after combination of Gul and marg words. The meaning of both words is meadow of a flower. The green slopes and famous beautiful view of nature at Gulmarg are special. It is situated at Baramula district of J&K. The magical meadows with hill resort and snow clad peaks can give the feeling of heaven. Lots of Bollywood movies being made on Kashmir and many big projects are also made on such a beautiful place.

 

 

 

Pahalgam: this is another tourist attraction spot where people can enjoy the natural beauty. The Sheshnag Lake and Lidder River at Pahalgam are best areas to visit.

 


Srinagar: this is the capital of Jammu and kashmir State of India. Srinagar is added into the list of most absorbing and fascinating cities of the world. The place is having lots of sacred pilgrimages, aromatic Mughal and beautiful lakes with lots of astonishing gardens. Dal and Wular Lake at Srinagar are special and people can enjoy the houseboats and many other things.

 

Houseboats: kasti, houseboats and small boats are famous for Kashmir. The beautiful lake with houseboats allows the people to live on water. The houseboats are available for different types, and the services provided such boats are also different. However, charges are varying according to boat and features offered by the boat owners. Many boats are even more luxurious then five-star hotels so visitors can select the houseboat according to their choice. 

 


Reach Kashmir through different ways:

By Air:

The airport to reach Kashmir is Srinagar. This airport is properly connected with Delhi and many states and cities of India. The frequent flight to Delhi through Jammu is also possible as various airlines are offering the flights from Kashmir to Delhi and other cities.


By Rail: 

Srinagar is the major station to reach Kashmir. The well-known train through out the country is Jammu Tawi and it is available from almost every city and state of India. Advance booking of ticket is available with this train and visitors can enjoy the journey with wonderful nature views throughout the journey. During the holidays or season visit, visitors will get some additional trains as well to reach Kashmir.


By Road: 

Kashmir is well-linked through roads as well. NH1A is connecting Srinagar to Jammu. The roads are clear and properly managed by BRO. The several sharp inclines and hairpin bends could be little dangerous but the journey through road is more excited and adventurous. The roads are maintained by the BRO (Border Roads Organization). Their responsibilities include cleaning the road of any obstructions caused due to natural causes like landslides or heavy snowfall. The world-known Jawahar Tunnel is one which connects Jammu to Kashmir Valley through Pir Panjal range.

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Temple is the world-famous holy place for Hindus. This temple is devoted to Maa Shakti, situated in the mounts of Jammu and Kashmir. Vaishno Devi Mata is also recognized as Mata Rani and Vaishnavi. Vaishno Mata is the Mother Goddess of Hindus.

 

 

 

Katra is the nearest town of this temple and the only spot to reach Vaishno Mata Temple. Katra is in the district Reasi in the well-known state of India Jammu and Kashmir. This temple is one of the mainly respected places of adoration in India. This place of pilgrimage is situated at altitude of 5200 feet. The distance between Katra and Temple is around 14 kilometers. Roughly, 8 million devotees are reaching to this temple each year. 

 


This temple is the 2nd most visited spiritual place in India, after Tirupati in South India. Maintenance of the temple is done by Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board. Indian railway has a link between Udhampur and Katra, which is being constructed to provide comfort to the visitors and pilgrimage. Closest airport to Katra is Jammu Airport, and visitors will get very high frequency of flights. Many domestic and international airlines are offering services to Jammu Airport.

 

 

As per Hindu epic, Mata Vaishno Devi was born in the south India in the residence of Ratnakar Sagar. Before the birth of child, Ratnakar swears one day that he will not interfere in the desire of child. The nick name of Ma Vaishno Devi was Trikuta. Afterward she was called as Vaishnavi as she took birth from Lord Vishnu's family. At the age of 9, she wanted her parents’ permission for doing reparation on the seaside. Vaishnavi prayed to Rama, who was the form of Lord Vishnu. Lord Rama gave the name Vaishnavi to Trikuta and assured her that Lord Rama will take rebirth in Kaliyuga and marry her as Kalki.

 

 

Meanwhile, Lord Rama asked Vaishnavi to contemplate in the cavern established in the Trikuta Range of hills, located in North India. Rama gave Trikuta a bow and darts, monkey’s army and lion as her shield. Mata Vaishnavi determined to perceive 'Navratra' for the success of Lord Rama in opposition to Ravan.

 

 

Shree Dhar was the keen devotee of Mata Vaishno Devi, and he was residing in a town known as Hansali, which is just 2 kms distant from Katra.

 

Mata Vaishno temple is situated between big hills of Katra, and the Bhairav temple is another pleased holy spot for Hindus. History behind the Bhairav temple is Mata Vaishno forgive him for his bad works and granted the freedom from the series of rebirth. She grants him a benefit that every devotee had to visit Bhairav Nath's temple situated on the higher hills of Katra.

The way to the temple is vertical and entails extended walk climbing. Otherwise horses and palanquins are available too. From a last couple of years the Helicopter service is also started as a part of journey to the temple.

 

Places to visit near Vaishno Devi Temple:

Banganga: This is the holy river known as Ganga. The chilled water of the river comes across the big hills allows pilgrims to take bath and move further.

 

Geeta Mandir: The next temple for a devotee is Geeta Mandir.

 

Charan Paduka: Charan Paduka means foot signs, and devotees can watch the signs of foot of Mata Vaishno in this temple.

 

Ardhkuwari: this is the holy place again near to Katra, and visitors can visit the goddess temples at this place. This is also the beginning point of Mata Vaishno Devi Journey. Visitors can have food items at this spot and can enjoy the beautiful nature view. Lots of facilities such as medical aid, drinking water, free accommodation, blankets and many other services are available at Ardhkuwari.

 

Sanjichhat: visitors will see lots of natural views from different spots, and Sanjichhat is one of them. This is the spot from where people can hire the helicopter to reach the temple without difficulties. The beautifully designed spot is the attractive place for visitors.

 

Ample of bhawana are developed near Mata Vaishno Devi's temple so devotees can take a rest in these bhawana before continuing the journey.

 

Lots of facilities are provided to the devotees by the concerned board of Mata Vaishno temple. So tourist can enjoy the natural beauty, as well as they can get blessings of Mata by visiting the temple.How to reach Vaishno Devi:
By Air: closest airport to Vaishno devi is Jammu, which located at just 50 km distance from Katra. Jammu is properly linked with lots of major airports of India such as Delhi, Srinagar  and Ladhakh. Frequent flights of various domestic and international companies are available to reach Jammu.

By Train: closest station is Jammu and proper trains are available from various parts of the country. A direct train from Trivandrum is biggest route which connects the Jammu through numerous states of country.

By Bus: The JKSRTC (Jammu and Kashmir State Road Transport Corporation) buses are available for tourist to reach Jammu from where they can easily reach through taxi or other sources to Katra. Deluxe buses are also available for devotees to reach Katra and start their journey.

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India is turned as the favourite destination for a tourist these days. The reason behind is popularity of tourist destinations as many big websites are created with countless information on numerous spots. Kanyakumari is the place having religious background and some astonishing natural spots for vacations. Southern India is unique with ample of religious and historical places covered with the Indian Ocean. Kanyakumari is the place where three different seas are getting united.

   This beach city is named on goddess Amman Kanyakumari, which is the reason that people have religious faith in this place. The exuberant view such as sunrise and sunset is special thing to watch in Kanyakumari. The big beaches allow an unlimited tourist to enjoy the waves of sea and beautiful beaches. The sands at such beaches are unique with multicolor. With enormous tourist reaching this spot every year makes it a different Indian tourist place, particularly for such people love nature. Kanyakumari is also famous because it is the end location of India where the India ends their land limit. The next land destination after Kanyakumari is Sri Lanka and because of such a thing Kanyakumari is having lots of importance for Indians.
 A tourist attraction at Kanyakumari:Kanyakumari Shrine: the shrine where worship of Goddess Durga is performed is Kanyakumari temple. This shrine place is fanatical to Goddess Parvati. Lady of Ransom Church: the next attraction spot of Kanyakumari is ransom church. This church was assembled in the 15th century so its architectural design is special to watch. Rock Memorial: Swami Vivekananda memorial is also exclusive spot for a tourist in Kanyakumari. This is the location where Swami ji took long time for meditation. This memorial is constructed in 1970 on the rock in the sea. The big statue of Tamil writer Thiruvallur is also special thing to watch in this memorial.   Mahatma Gandhi Memorial: another spot in Kanyakumari is Gandhi Memorial, which provides the immense civilizing significance. Mahatma Gandhi toured to Kanyakumari in 1925 and spends his valuable time at this place. Constructed period of this commemorative plaque is 1952. Government Museum: positioned on the Gandhi Road, government museum was constructed in 1991. Here tourist can view sculptures, paintings and portals of early period. Vattakottai Fort: a fort known as Vattakottai was constructed by Captain Lannoy on sea board. The motive for structure was to provide shelter to Dutch people. Padmanabha Puram Palace: a well-known palace of Kanyakumari is located close to Thuckalay. Thuckalay is the small town of near Kanyakumari spread in just 4 kms. The hills of Veli are natural spot for a tourist where the greenery and enjoyable view are available. Kanyakumari is the small town who can effortlessly be covered in less time so tourist can enjoy the spots multiple times. Spending moment of life could be amazing at this place. Some more destinations available are Lord Datta Temple, Suchindram, Panchappathi, Nagercoil, Udayagiri Fort, Mathur Hanging Trough, Wax museum, Chitharal Jain Monuments, Thirunandikkara temple, Thengapattinam Beach, Olakaruvi waterfalls, Keeriparai, Kodhayar, Pechiparai Reservoir, Thiruparrapu Falls, Muttom, Sanguthurai Beach and Mukkudal reservoir. These all spots are special and available for tourist all time.  Attainment to Kanyakumari: By Air: closest airbase to Kanyakumari is Trivandrum which is properly connected with International Airport. It is just 87 km away from the city Kanyakumari. Trivandrum is also linked with major cities through domestic airlines. By Train: Kanyakumari is the junction which means the big rail network is available to reach this place. Trivandrum Central is another big station allied to almost every part of India. 

By Bus: countless private and government bus services are accessible from Kanyakumari to various other big cities of India. TNRTC (Tamil Nadu Road Transport Corporation) buses are available to reach Kanyakumari with no worries.

  
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Kashmir Tours, Kashmir Tourism, Kashmir Holidays, Kashmir Travel Packages, Srinagar Packages, Gulmarg tour Packages, Jammu & Kashmir India

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Dal Lake - Sri Nagar

Dal Lake is a lake in Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. The urban lake, which is the second largest in the state, is integral to tourism and recreation in Kashmir and is nicknamed the "Jewel in the crown of Kashmir" or "Srinagar's Jewel".

The lake covers an area of 18 square kilometres (6.9 sq mi) and is part of a natural wetland which covers 21.1 square kilometres (8.1 sq mi), including its floating gardens. The floating gardens, known as "Rad" in Kashmiri, blossom with lotus flowers during July and August. The wetland is divided by causeways into four basins; Gagribal, Lokut Dal, Bod Dal and Nagin (although Nagin is also considered as an independent lake). Lokut-dal and Bod-dal each have an island in the centre, known as Rup Lank (or Char Chinari) and Sona Lank respectively.

 

Dal Lake is also a major tourist attraction of Srinagar. The lake is filled with houseboats and its a real pleasure to roam the lake in a Shikara.

 

Houseboats and the Dal Lake are widely associated with Srinigar and are nicknamed "floating palaces", built according to British customs. The houseboats are generally made from local cedar-wood and measure 24–38 metres (79–125 ft) in length and 3–6 metres (9.8–20 ft) in width and are graded in a similar fashion to hotels according to level of comfort. Many of them have lavishly furnished rooms, with verandas and a terrace to serve as a sun-deck or to serve evening cocktails. They are mainly moored along the western periphery of the lake, close to the lakeside boulevard in the vicinity of the Dal gate and on small islands in the lake. They are anchored individually, with interconnecting bridges providing access from one boat to the other. The kitchen-boat is annexed to the main houseboat, which also serves as residence of the boatkeeper and his family.

Each houseboat has an exclusive shikara for ferrying guests to the shore.[34] A shikara is small paddled taxi boat, often about 15 feet (4.6 m) long) and made of wood with a canopy and a spade shaped bottom. It is the cultural symbol of Kashmir and is used not only for ferrying visitors but is also used for the vending of fruits, vegetables and flowers and for the fishing and harvesting of aquatic vegetation. All gardens in the lake periphery and houseboats anchored in the lake are approachable through shikaras. The boats are often navigated by two boatmen dressed in "Phiron" (traditional dress) and carry 'Kangris' or portable heaters on the boat. A shikara can seat about six people and have heavily cushioned seats and backrests to provide comfort in Mughul style. All houseboat owners provide shikara transport to their house guests free of charge. The shikara is also used to provide for other sightseeing locations in the valley, notably a cruise along the Jhelum River, offering scenic views of the Pir Panjal mountains and passing through the famous seven bridges and the backwaters en route.

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India,Yaaritrip South Goa Beach Think Goa beaches and you have visuals of Arambol, Mandrem, Morjim Vagator, Anjuna Baga Calangute Candolim Miramar and Dona Paula come to mind. There is no denying the fact that the beaches, most of them located in North Goa, are ideal for beach holidays. But there is more to Goa and beaches in South Goa can match those to the north in scenic splendour. This tourist season, visit South Goa beaches and trust us, you will not be disappointed. Palolem: A popular tourist attraction in South Goa, the crescent-shaped beach is surrounded by hillocks and palm trees. Palolem is a natural bay surrounded by lofty headlands on either side. Because of its crescent-shape, you can view the entire beach from either end. The beach, about one mile long, offers a lot in terms of water sports. The beach is featured as the Goan residence of Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) in the film The Bourne Supremacy (2004). The sea is shallowest at the northern end. Polem: Goa’s southernmost beach rarely figures on the itineraries of tourists visiting the beach state. However, it has ensured Polem is bereft of the hordes that throng the beaches and made it an ideal for those wanting to enjoy a quiet holiday. Polem lies 27 km from Palolem Beach and is the southernmost beach in Goa. About 700 m long, the Polem beach is sickle-shaped. The beach is ideal for a picnic or a seaside stroll. Palolem beach: If you are looking to escape the crowds and laze on the beach, do some sunbathing and do nothing else, then Patnem fits your requirements. The white sandy crescent shaped seashore is among the quietest beaches of South Goa. Find a beach chair or a hammock and let the sea breeze lull you to sleep. When you wake up, gorge on some of the most sumptuous and exotic fresh seafood to try out the Goan cuisines. Once you are done with it, reclaim your position on the chair or the hammock. Rajbagh beach: Nice, beautiful and clean, Rajbagh in South Goa is ideal for a do nothing vacation. Also known as Raj Baga or Rajbaga, Rajbagh Beach is situated close to Palolem. Almost the entire Rajbag coastline is occupied by luxury five-star. Though not a private beach, Rajbagh gets very few visitors other than the hotel guests. Facilities are very few except for those provided by the hotel. Consequently, they are priced on the higher side. Talpona beach: A sleepy little fisherman’s village, Talpona boasts of one of the cleanest beaches in South Goa. The beach is about one km stretch of golden sand and stands at the mouth of the Talpona River. The sea is quiet and calm, water is clean and crystal-clear. Visitors to Talpona are rare and often the beach is completely empty. Talpona has escaped the rampant commercialization you find in the beaches elsewhere in Goa. Talpona beach is ideal for those seeking solitude and don’t go if you are looking for watersports or other beach activities.
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Amritsar is a well-known city of the northern area of India. It is also the administrative headquarters of Punjab State, India. According to population survey done earlier the population of this city is more than 1,500,000. It is the small city located at 217 km distant from Chandigarh and 32 km distant from Lahore, Pakistan. It is the closest border city between Pakistan and India.

 

 

The world-famous Golden Temple/Darbar Sahib is the home of Harmandir Sahib. This is the reason it is the big religious and cultural center of the Sikh religion. People from different nations are reaching to this temple because of spirit as it attracts more visitors than Taj Mahal of Agra.  Approximately, 100,000 visitors are visiting the temple on week days and the counting increases on week ends. Because of such evaluation, it has become the number one destination for NRI people as well. This temple is also having the big history and religious stories behind its creation. The incident happened in 1919 made the Amritsar a big name in history. Jallianwala Bagh Massacre in 1919 under the government of British Rule spotted the place with big dark in Indian's life. Later, it becomes well-known to the world after Operation Bluestar occurred 1984 by late PM of India, Indira Gandhi. Many other reasons such as tourism, fabrics and carpets, handicrafts, farm produce, service trades and light engineering also give the popularity to Amritsar then other small cities.

Amritsar is the smallest city by area but big city by commercial use. It was founded by Guru Ram Das in 1574. Sooner Guru Ram Das had begun structure of the temple in Santokhsar Sarovar in 1564. However, it took some years to get completed and the temple was ready by 1588. The Harimandir Sahib Darbar is known as Golden Temple.

 

Golden Temple: It is the main attraction and a big spiritual place of Amritsar. This temple is made of gold upon marble base, and the temple is lies inside the lake. Visitors should cover their head with a hankie or a scarf prior to ingoing the Gurudwara as it is in the rules of Punjab Religion.

 

 

Jaliwanwala Bag: the British Police fired arbitrarily in 1919 on a calm meeting of people gathered in insist of freedom. Brigadier General E.H. Dyer killed hundreds of men, women and children on the spot. The bullet marks of that incident are still alive and people can watch them by visiting the bag.

 

 

Wagah Border: one more outstanding tourist attraction in this city is not a shrine but every-day event. This border is the control line between Pakistan and India. The change of the guard in the evening is the most known event and people from every part of the country are reaching there to watch the March.

 

 

Tarn Taran: this shrine is situated at 22 KMs distant from Amritsar constructed in honor of Guru Ram Das.

 

 

Reaching Amritsar

By Air: The airport in Amritsar is Raja Sani International Airport. The service offered by this air base is excellent. It is properly linked with other parts of the country, and many air companies are providing regular flights to reach there. People can search the seats in Jet Airways, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Air India. People from different nations will also get the flights direct to Amritsar.

 

By Train: Amritsar is the well-known city of Punjab, and it is directly connected to via train route.

 

By Road: Karnal Road is the direct connected road from Delhi to Amritsar. Frequent buses are accessible by Inter State Bus Terminal Delhi to Amritsar.

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India is the rich country for tourism destinations and visitors from around the world are reaching India’s various spots to make their holidays memorable. Masuri is one of the cities of Uttaranchal, and the closest tourist spot is Mussoorie. The average population of this stunning hill station Masuri is not more than 47699.

 Of course, India is having loads of hill stations such as Dehradun, Nainital and many more, but Masuri is the one hill station where nature has created countless astonishing scenes by itself. Once a tourist reaches this place, they can also attain to other surprising destinations like Dhanaulti, Dehradun and Kalsi, which are again beautiful places with many sightseeing spots.  The biggest railway station to reach Masuri is Dehradun, which is identified as DDN in railway charts. The station is 1.0 kilometer away from Masuri. While talking about the closest airport to Masuri then people should get the ticket to Dehradun as that is the big air network in Uttaranchal.  Talking for the particular picnic spot in Masuri, then tourist can enjoy the parks, Bohra waterfalls and high hills with tea farms. However, the nearby tourist places of Masuri are available with ample of spots. Dhanaulti is the place where a tourist can spend lots of time as this place is fully covered with White Mountain. Dhanaulti is also identified as Dhanolti so a tourist must not get confused if they hear about any of the names. Chamba is another nearest tourist place of Dhanolti so reaching this place allow a tourist to enjoy some more spots. Tourist spots in Dhanolti are Chamba, New Tehri, Barehipani and Joranda Falls, Dashavatar Shrine, Chanderi, Deogarh, Jain Temples, Surkanda Devi and Kanatal.
 
Nearby city Dehradun is also the tourist place situated next to Masuri. Anotherhill station with natural beauties and amazing spots allow a tourist to enjoy the tourist destination. Visitors can enjoy Tibetan Temple, Tapkeshawar Temple, Sahastradhara, Laxman Siddh, Chandrabani, Malsi Deer Park, Sai Darbar, Lachhiwala, Robber’s Cave (Guchhupani), Dakpathar, Bhagirathi Resort, Santala Devi Temple, Asan Barrage Water Sports Resort, Tapowan, and Rajaji National Park as tourist spots in Dehradun.   Kalsi is one more destination situated near Masuri. This place is special to enjoy the jungle safari, camping, climbing, mountain biking and many other adventures sports.

 Attaining Masuri:By Air: The closest airbase to reach Masuri is the JGA (Jolly Grant Airport) positioned 24 km distance from Dehradun. Frequent flights are available from various cities of India, especially from Delhi. By Rail: railway station near Masuri is Dehradun, which is just 34 kms away. Frequent rails from Delhi, Amritsar, Mumbai, Varanasi and many other cities are available to reach Dehradun. 

By Road: properly managed roads allow a tourist to reach the Masuri with no worries. The direct taxi and buses from diverse cities permit tourist to reach this favourite Indian tourist place without any trouble.

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Most Beautiful Places in Himachal Pradesh in India Located at the foothills of the world famous mountains of the Himalayas, Himachal Pradesh is a beautiful mountainous landscape in India. This hilly state of India is made up of a series of valleys, lofty snow covered peaks, charming crystal lakes, fast flowing rivers and perennial mountain streams, and magnificent biodiversity. Himachal Pradesh is one of the most beautiful states in India and is a sought out destination for adventure lovers.

 

1. Khajjiar 

Located 2,000 meters above sea level in the lap f Himalayas, Khajjiar is a hill station in Himachal Pradesh. It sits on a small plateau with a small stream-fed lake in the middle that has been covered over with weeds. Khajjiar offers a beautiful panoramic view of the densely populated forests and the meadows and snowy peaks of Himalayas.

 

2. Chandra Tal Lake

Situated at an altitude of about 4,300 meters, Chandra Tal Lake is also  known as the Moon Lake as it’s the source of river Chandra. Mountains of scree overlook the lake on one side, and a magnificent cirque presents a view on the other. Surrounded by snows and acres of scree, this deep blue-Water lake has a circumference of 2.5 kilometers.

 

3. Sar Pass

The Sar Pass is a popular tourist destination and a great pace for adventure lovers and treks. The Sar Pass lies 14,000 meters above sea level and is known as a place of uttermost peace and natural scenic beauty. Sar Pass Trail offers an opportunity to enjoy the exquisite beauty of the Parvati valley with Kasol, Tila Lotni, Biskeri and Manikaran as its beauty spots.

4. Rohtang Pass

 

Rohtang Pass is a high mountain pass on the eastern Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas. It offers a panorama and spectacular mountain view. Rohtang Pass is one of the most popular tourist spots in Himachal Pradesh and is one of the few destinations in India where one can go skiing as it snows for almost all the months of the year.

5. Suraj Tal Lake

Suraj Tal Lake or the Lake of Sun God is is a sacred body of water just below the Bara-lacha-la pass in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Suraj Tal Lake is situated at an altitude of 4980 meters above sea level. It is one of the highest lakes in India and 21st highest in the world.

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India Tourist Place - YaariTrip: Chamba to Chamoli (Himachal) - Riding through Preserved Forests

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The state of Uttarakhand is blessed with such natural beauty that every city or town in the state steals your breath away. One such town is Chamba. Chamba is a lesser known tourist spot in Uttarakhand, which is probably the reason why it has retained its natural beauty and charm. Chamba is refreshingly beautiful and is covered in a green spread of tall pine and deodar trees. Chamba lies 50 kms from the well known hill station Mussoorie. Situated at an elevation of 1600 m, Chamba is a land of scenic, serene and sublime beauty. There are a few tourist spots worth visiting near Chamba. These include Dhanaulti which is about 29 kms from Chamba. Situated at an altitude of 2286 metres, Dhanaulti is a hill station that lies between Chamba and Mussoorie and is a feast to the eyes with its luxuriant spread of rhododendrons, alpine and oak trees.

 

About 8 kms ahead of Dhanaulti lies the Surkanda Devi Temple. According to mythology, the head of Sati, Lord Shiva’s wife, fell here as he was carrying her charred body to Kailash. Located at an elevation of 2757 metres, the place provides a fantastic view of the Himalayas on one side and Dehradun and Rishikesh on the other side.

 

Our journey begins at Chamba, which is situated at a distance of 183 kms from Chamoli Gopeshwar-our destination. The route is along the NH 58 and crosses a lot of places that offer spectacular scenic beauty and make the journey all the more enjoyable and invigorating.

 

New TehriOur first stop is at the New Tehri, which is about 10.9 kms from Chamba. Situated at elevation of 260 metres, New Tehri is a relatively new settlement which was made after the old town of Tehri was excavated to make space for the Tehri Dam. Tehri was the site of protests during the Chipko Movement. 

 

The other fabulous site is the Tehri Jheel, which is believed to be the largest man made lake in Asia. The sight is unbelievably serene and the tranquility gets to you as you pass through this beautiful little city refreshing you with the freshness of the surroundings.

 

SrinagarEn route to Chamoli Gopeshwar, we come across the picturesque town of Srinagar, which lies approximately 77.5 km from New Tehri. Located at an elevation of 560 m, Srinagar is the biggest town in the Garhwal hills and is an important cultural and educational hub. Also because of its location, it also serves as a major valley market to the townspeople.

 

RudraprayagRudraprayag like Devaprayag is a place of religious importance to Hindus. It is one of the five confluences of the river Alakanand. This town was once known for the infamous man-eating leopard which was later killed by Jim Corbett. GocharAbout 22.8 kms later, Gochar is in sight. Situated on the banks of the Alakananda River, thissmall town falls on the way to Badrinath. Located at an altitude of 800 metres, this town is encircled by seven mountains. The main attraction of the city is the annual Gochar Mela which is held from November 14 every year.  Chamoli GopeshwarAbout 41 kms further on the NH 58 and you reach the picturesque hill town of Chamoli Gopeshwar. Situated at an elevation of 1300 metres, Chamoli Gopeshwar is well known for its pleasant weather, scenic beauty and its temples. The entire journey is so refreshing and rejuvenating and the hill town of Chamoli is a scenic wonder in itself. Wrapped up among the snow capped mountains, the small town has a lot of mythological stories to tell. The Tunganath, Anusuya Devi, Rudranath and Badrinath temples are the most famous temples of this region. So, take a good long break from the road once you reach Chamoli, sit back and enjoy the scenic beauty.
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An azure sky above, the silvery Dhauladhar ranges on one side, the lush green fields on the other and a smooth road right in front of you, can be reasons enough to send you into Wordsworthian bliss. If William Wordsworth could dance with joy at the sioght of the golden daffodils beside the lake, I was no less exultant with the fields beside a tiny well with a traditional petite pulley. As always the Kangra valley bubbling with life and colours.
The Kangra valley in Himachal Pradesh is vibrant  with life; only one needs to be receptive to it twittering birds roosting at the Pont dam, chirping children at play, the leisurely pace of life and the beauty of humans and nature. It is all so poetic! So inebriating! The valley unfolds its mystery with a slow rhythm, reserving the best secrets for those who venture further. I am an ardent admirer of Kangra's enigmatic appeal, its art, culture and history, the sacred awe of its temples, its deep, unfathomable valleys and the crowning Dhauladhar. Sharing it with family allowed me to encounter and savour it all over again with fresh eyes.

 

The usual sight-seeing landmarks that one wishes to frequent during a trip are all common knowledge; beautifully worded and enticingly illustrated tourist brochures say it all - routes, climate, places to see in the vicinity. The "fact files" are thee to guide you briefly. But there is more to a journey than sigh-seeing; it is the colour, the rhythm of life, the beauty on roadsides that can be a part of your being. The joy as well as hassles of travelling on Indian roads tell much more and stay longer in memory. It was the beauty of a simple farmer woman's visage that started me on my search for the varied aspect of life during my travels this December.
We had taken a wrong bifurcation and stopped to enquire the route. A farmer woman working by her field on the road side lifted her head when we asked her. God, what beauty in simplicity! It was a simple face, with buttery complexion, large black eyes and a large red ‘bindi' on her forehead. We marveled at the confidence with which she gave the required directions, on another occasion, taking a village road we enquired of a gentleman, "How is the road?" "Oh, ticham tich. Eddam tich!" that was his rustic humour to convey brifly that the road was "A-one". Such jovial people make the drive happy as you tend to enjoy the jokes for long till you stumble upon something new.
As if to add more colours to the existing ones, there were the local buses - deep red, mauve,green and yellow. Some had fancy names - there was a "Rajdhani Express with ‘sadharam kiraya", there was a "Suparfast Express" which stopped at every nook and corner hailing passengers and then there was a New-Luk Bus which rattled miserably. But that is life in the country side and one has to have nerve to feel it, to laugh at it and to board the "express of life"!
We had taken a temple circuit but it was the trifle of life, the trinkets that held my fancy. To spirituality, later - till them, let us hail life as it is a glorious testimony to the shining moment of Truth!8

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