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Uttarakhand Pilgrimage Tour Package

The northern Indian state of Uttarakhand is widely popular as the ‘Land of Gods’. Uttarakhand is India’s capital for a holistic experience as well as for some spiritual upliftment. There is something for everyone – Pilgrimage, Temples, Wildlife tours, Bird Watching, Rafting, Mountaineering, Skiiing, Trekking, Camping, Yoga and Meditation and much more.Chamoli, Binsar, Jim Corbett National Park, Almora are some of the hill stations in Uttrakhand, which are touched with purity and are a paradise for nature lovers.

The Simply Heaven on earth, Uttarakhand is often referred to as the Devbhumi or Land of the Gods due to the many Hindu temples and pilgrimage centre.The most famous temples in Uttarakhand includes Chardham temples,Badrinath Temple,Panch Kedar,Panch Prayag and Dhari Devi, Find here the list of popular Shiva temples in Uttarakhand. Tungnath is one of the highest Shiva temples in the world and is the highest of the five Panch Kedar temples located in the mountain range of Tunganath in Rudraprayag district, in the Indian state of Uttarakhand.Uttarakhand can be visited throughout the year except for the peak monsoon season in July and August.The various traditions, religions, fairs, festivals, folk dances, music are what distinctly separate them from the rest of the crowd.The main occupation of the people of Uttarakhand is agriculture and there are no manufacturing industries. Tourism is another mode of economy to the people. Uttarakhand also known as Devbhumi is famous for pilgrimage, talking of its desserts few famous sweet dishes of Uttarakhand includes: Jhangore ki kheer.

First, it is within the mountains of Uttarakhand that two of India’s most important rivers originate, the Ganges River and the Yamuna River. Second, the mountains also provide a habitat for rare and threatened species of both plants and animals.The northern part of the state of Uttarakhand is shrouded by Himalayan ranges and glaciers, whereas the lower parts of the state are thickly forested. The Himalayan ecosystem plays host to a large number of animals, plants and rare herbs.

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