Sites In KUMAON
Kumaon is a rigion of natural beauty from uttaranchal, Wide Himalayan mountain range, Rich in heritage, Colour full in culture, peaceful and loving in people's nature.
Every part, every city, every village, every town, every river, every mountain and every thing of Kumaon has it's own uniqueness. For Tourist it's a region adorned by temples, forest. It offers a clear picture of the imposing Himalayas. For pilgrims kumaon a buzz with festivals during chait and ashwin months of Navarats. For students and research's Kumaon has it's significance from historical, archaeological and sculptural aspects.
Welcome To Almora District Of State Uttaranchal
The district Almora is visited by many prominent persons of India Such as Swami Vivakanand, Mahamata Gandhi and Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru .This place is adorned with natural beauty and provides a spectacular view of the Himalayas.
With some of the great hill resorts of Uttaranchal such as Chaukori, Ranikhet, Sitlakhet, Binsar, Kausani and Bageshwar Almora is a favorite tourist destination and attracts thousands of nature lovers.
The picturesque district of Almora is a fine combination of scenic Himalayan mountain beauty, ancient cultural, Customs, Traditions, thickly wooded forests, scenic valleys, quaint cottages, gushing rivers and many more ..
Every thing of Almora is inspiring whether it's Baal Mithai or Cool Climate.
District Bageshwar is place of temples and rivers. Bgeshwar is situated on the bank of two famous rivers Gomati and Saryu. As the name suggest this place is blessed by Lord shiva.Here most of the temples belong to the different Avatar of Lord Shiva and Maa Parvati. Bagnath temples is the prominent temples in this region and hosts the biggest Uttarayani Mela in all over kumon.
district comes in the Kumaon region .It was once the capital of the Chand dynasty.Champawat is not only famous for its natural beauty, glaciers, meandering streams, pilgrimage centers but also as a newly developed district .It is a peaceful place with peace loving people and enchanting natural beauty....
Nainital is one of the most beautiful gift Which mother nature has given to Uttaranchal in the Himalayan region This place is blessed with scenic natural splendor and varied natural resources. Having more than seven or eight big lakes lakes, Nainital is also called the Lake District of India.
The most prominent of the lakes is Naini lake surrounded by hills from all the sides. Some famous places in this district are Nainital, Corbet Park, Ramnagar, Bhowali, Ramgarh, Mukteshwar, Haldwani, Kaladhungi, Bhimtal, Saattal and Naukuchiatal. Nainital's picturesque beauty and splendure climate is a perfect place for romance with awe-inspiring and pristine Mother nature. Nainital is set in two parts, Tallital and Mallital, with the lake separating them. Mallital is the southern side of the lake, while Tallital consists of the northern upper reaches. The town was destroyed during the Landslip of 1880, and later rebuilt by the British. It is renowned for its lake, bird's-eye views, and prestigous educational institutions.
The district of Pithoragarh was carved out of the district of Almora and became a separate district in the year 1960.the headqurter of district Pithoragarh is the city Pithoragarh itself.head offices of all Govt. departments are situated in the city.District Pithoragarh has good civic facilities .
Pithoragarh is rich in natural beauty and it offers best view of the Himalaya.Some of the peaks like Nanda Devi ,Panchchuli ,Trishul , Nandakhat falls in this district.District pithoragarh has some finest glacires in the world such as Milam Glacier,Sunder Dhunga Glacier, Ralam Glacier, Namik Glacier.
District Udham Singh Nagar is carved out from Nainital District in the year 1995.The district is divided in three main sun division Kashipur ,Rudrapur and Khatima.
The district was named after Late Udham Singh to commemorate this great freedom fighter who killed General Dyre for his sinful act at Jaliyanwala Bagh .
The official Website of Kumaon Mandal Vikas Nigam Limited is offering online booking visit http://www.kmvnres.org .