Overview

If you visit Pauri for once, you'll probably be captivated by its virgin beauty. The mornings are clad in the romantic hues, the evenings are smoldering, while the nights are relaxing as one can look deep into the eye of the universe. This lively city also offers exhilarating treks to the scenic spots. Few of the popular treks that are commenced by many adventure enthusiasts leads through the Nagadev forest, the other starts from Kandoliya to Ransi stadium, offering a spectacular view of the pristine valley. The half an hour Kyunkaleshwar temple trek also offers incredible scenery of Lwalli Ghatti.

District Pauri Garhwal
Nearest Railway Kotdwar- 101 kms
Nearest Airport Jolly Grant Airport- 133 kms
Famous For Hill Station
Altitude 1765 metres above sea level
Languages Hindi-Garhwali
Best Time to Visit March to May and October and November

How to Reach Us

By Road :

Pauri is well connected by motorable roads with major destinations of Uttarakhand state. Buses to Pauri and Kotdwar are easily available from ISBT Kashmiri Gate, Delhi. Buses and Taxis to Pauri are available from major towns of Uttarakhand. Pauri is connected with National highway 119.

By Air :

Jolly Grant Airport is the nearest Airport to Pauri situated at a distance of 133 kms. Jolly Grant Airport is well connected to Delhi with daily flights. Pauri is well connected by motorable roads with Jolly Grant Airport. Taxis are available from Jolly Grant Airport to Rishikesh, Devprayag and Pauri.

By Rail :

The nearest railway station to Pauri is situated in Kotdwara. Kotdwara is well connected by railway networks with major cities of India. Trains to Kotdwar are frequent. Pauri is well connected by motorable roads with Kotdwar. Taxis and buses are easily available from Kotdwar to Pauri. Kotdwar Railway station is situated 101 kms before Pauri.

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Doodhatoli

Situated at an altitude of 3100 m, Doodhatoli is covered with dense mixed forests. Thalisain is the last bus terminus (100 km from Pauri), from where Doodhatoli is at a distance of 24 km by trek. One of the most picturesque places, it commands a panoramic view of the Himalayan ranges and the surrounding areas. The indomitable freedom fighter of Garhwal, Veer Chandra Singh Garwali, was enamoured by the place.

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Neelkanth

Just 32 km from Rishikesh via the Barrage and 22 km via Ram Jhoola, this place abounds in religious fervour, mythological significance and picturesque surroundings. According to a legend, this place derived its name from Lord Shiva. It is believed that it was here that Lord Shiva consumed the venom which came out of the ocean during the 'Samudra Manthan', due to this his throat became blue, thus giving Shiva the name of Neelkanth.

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Kalagarh

Situated at a distance of 48 km from Kotdwar, Kalagarh is an ideal place for nature lovers. The dam across Ram Ganga River is also worth visiting. Accommodation is available at the Irrigation and Forest Rest Houses. The dam provides electricity to the park. The Kalagrah dam is a scenic place where many migratory birds visit during the winter season. One can have a sweet escape at this place and procrastinate amidst the splendour of the quaint surroundings.

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Kanvashram

Situated at a distance of 14 km from Kotdwar, Kanvashram is an important place from the historical and archaeological point of view. It is believed that Sage Vishwamitra meditated here. Indra, the King of sub Gods, was scared by his intense meditation. So he sent a beautiful heavenly damsel named Menaka to disturb him. Menaka finally succeeded in diverting Vishwamitra's attention. After giving birth to a girl she went back to heaven.

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Kandoliya Temple

Located at top hill in Pauri, Kandoliya Temple looks like as giving protection to the Pauri town. From the temple premises one can witness a panoramic view of Pauri market area and far away hills with snow capped mountains. Kandoliya Park surrounded the temple with pine forest. Devotees often enjoy the park after darshan of the deity. There are some slides are also there for kids.

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Chaukhamba View Point

Chaukhamba View Point is a vantage point located about 4 km from Pauri Garhwal. One can have a breathtaking view of the misty Himalayas from this point. The dense oak and rhododendron forests sprawling over the Chaukhamba View Point allures many tourists to elope in nature. The surreal landscape and the varied flora and fauna found at this place attract the tourists for picnicking here.

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Danda Nagraja Temple

One the lap of mountains, Danda Nagraja temple is visible from faraway places and many pilgrims from across the country visit this holy place every year. As per the legends, Lord Krishna came here for the first time in the snake form. he crawled all way up the ridge to reach at top of hill, where temple is now standing. Priests and locals still beliefs about Lord Krishna presence in the temple and if prays sincerely, it fulfils all wishes of devotees.

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Bhairavgarhi - Hanuman Garhi

It is believed years ago Bhairav temple was at Hanuman Garhi earlier known as Langur Garhi. When Gorkha attacked Garhwal Lord Bhairav location was shifted to another hill now known as Bhairav Garhi. It is situated at approx. 9000 plus feet elevation. At Hanuman Garhi now a-days Lord Hanuman deity is present. Bhairav Garhi is a Siddh Peeth. Hanuman Garhi and Bhairav Garhi are situated at a distance of 2 km approx. May end or early June festival is organized by locals.

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Pauri

Pauri is a town and a municipal board in Pauri Garhwal district in the Indian state of Uttarakhand.Pauri is the seat of the Divisional Commissioner of the Garhwal Division. Pauri provides a panoramic view of the snow-covered Himalayan peaks of Nanda Devi and Trisul, Gangotri Group, Thalaiya-Sagar, Nilkantha, Bandar Poonch, Swargarohini, Kedarnath, Kharcha Kund, Satopanth, Chaukhamba, Ghoriparvat, Haathi Parvat, Sumeru, etc.

 

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Binsar Mahadev

Bindeshwar Mahadev, often cited as Binsar Mahadev is one of the prominent Hindu pilgrim places in India. It is situated in the Pauri Garhwal district of Indian State Uttarakhand. The temple is among the oldest Hindu temples that falls in the province of Patti Chauthan. This Hindu temple is situated at a distance of 6 km from Ayarpani en route Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. The Bineshwar Mahadev Temple boasts a remarkable architecture and is visited by a number of devotees every year.

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Pauri

Overview

If you visit Pauri for once, you'll probably be captivated by its virgin beauty. The mornings are clad in the romantic hues, the evenings are smoldering, while the nights are relaxing as one can look deep into the eye of the universe. This lively city also offers exhilarating treks to the scenic spots. Few of the popular treks that are commenced by many adventure enthusiasts leads through the Nagadev forest, the other starts from Kandoliya to Ransi stadium, offering a spectacular view of the pristine valley. The half an hour Kyunkaleshwar temple trek also offers incredible scenery of Lwalli Ghatti.

District Pauri Garhwal
Nearest Railway Kotdwar- 101 kms
Nearest Airport Jolly Grant Airport- 133 kms
Famous For Hill Station
Altitude 1765 metres above sea level
Languages Hindi-Garhwali
Best Time to Visit March to May and October and November

How to Reach Us

By Road :

Pauri is well connected by motorable roads with major destinations of Uttarakhand state. Buses to Pauri and Kotdwar are easily available from ISBT Kashmiri Gate, Delhi. Buses and Taxis to Pauri are available from major towns of Uttarakhand. Pauri is connected with National highway 119.

By Air :

Jolly Grant Airport is the nearest Airport to Pauri situated at a distance of 133 kms. Jolly Grant Airport is well connected to Delhi with daily flights. Pauri is well connected by motorable roads with Jolly Grant Airport. Taxis are available from Jolly Grant Airport to Rishikesh, Devprayag and Pauri.

By Rail :

The nearest railway station to Pauri is situated in Kotdwara. Kotdwara is well connected by railway networks with major cities of India. Trains to Kotdwar are frequent. Pauri is well connected by motorable roads with Kotdwar. Taxis and buses are easily available from Kotdwar to Pauri. Kotdwar Railway station is situated 101 kms before Pauri.

Weather

Attractions

Image

Doodhatoli

Situated at an altitude of 3100 m, Doodhatoli is covered with dense mixed forests. Thalisain is the last bus terminus (100 km from Pauri), from where Doodhatoli is at a distance of 24 km by trek. One of the most picturesque places, it commands a panoramic view of the Himalayan ranges and the surrounding areas. The indomitable freedom fighter of Garhwal, Veer Chandra Singh Garwali, was enamoured by the place.

Image

Neelkanth

Just 32 km from Rishikesh via the Barrage and 22 km via Ram Jhoola, this place abounds in religious fervour, mythological significance and picturesque surroundings. According to a legend, this place derived its name from Lord Shiva. It is believed that it was here that Lord Shiva consumed the venom which came out of the ocean during the 'Samudra Manthan', due to this his throat became blue, thus giving Shiva the name of Neelkanth.

Image

Kalagarh

Situated at a distance of 48 km from Kotdwar, Kalagarh is an ideal place for nature lovers. The dam across Ram Ganga River is also worth visiting. Accommodation is available at the Irrigation and Forest Rest Houses. The dam provides electricity to the park. The Kalagrah dam is a scenic place where many migratory birds visit during the winter season. One can have a sweet escape at this place and procrastinate amidst the splendour of the quaint surroundings.

Image

Kanvashram

Situated at a distance of 14 km from Kotdwar, Kanvashram is an important place from the historical and archaeological point of view. It is believed that Sage Vishwamitra meditated here. Indra, the King of sub Gods, was scared by his intense meditation. So he sent a beautiful heavenly damsel named Menaka to disturb him. Menaka finally succeeded in diverting Vishwamitra's attention. After giving birth to a girl she went back to heaven.

Image

Kandoliya Temple

Located at top hill in Pauri, Kandoliya Temple looks like as giving protection to the Pauri town. From the temple premises one can witness a panoramic view of Pauri market area and far away hills with snow capped mountains. Kandoliya Park surrounded the temple with pine forest. Devotees often enjoy the park after darshan of the deity. There are some slides are also there for kids.

Image

Chaukhamba View Point

Chaukhamba View Point is a vantage point located about 4 km from Pauri Garhwal. One can have a breathtaking view of the misty Himalayas from this point. The dense oak and rhododendron forests sprawling over the Chaukhamba View Point allures many tourists to elope in nature. The surreal landscape and the varied flora and fauna found at this place attract the tourists for picnicking here.

Image

Danda Nagraja Temple

One the lap of mountains, Danda Nagraja temple is visible from faraway places and many pilgrims from across the country visit this holy place every year. As per the legends, Lord Krishna came here for the first time in the snake form. he crawled all way up the ridge to reach at top of hill, where temple is now standing. Priests and locals still beliefs about Lord Krishna presence in the temple and if prays sincerely, it fulfils all wishes of devotees.

Image

Bhairavgarhi - Hanuman Garhi

It is believed years ago Bhairav temple was at Hanuman Garhi earlier known as Langur Garhi. When Gorkha attacked Garhwal Lord Bhairav location was shifted to another hill now known as Bhairav Garhi. It is situated at approx. 9000 plus feet elevation. At Hanuman Garhi now a-days Lord Hanuman deity is present. Bhairav Garhi is a Siddh Peeth. Hanuman Garhi and Bhairav Garhi are situated at a distance of 2 km approx. May end or early June festival is organized by locals.

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Pauri

Pauri is a town and a municipal board in Pauri Garhwal district in the Indian state of Uttarakhand.Pauri is the seat of the Divisional Commissioner of the Garhwal Division. Pauri provides a panoramic view of the snow-covered Himalayan peaks of Nanda Devi and Trisul, Gangotri Group, Thalaiya-Sagar, Nilkantha, Bandar Poonch, Swargarohini, Kedarnath, Kharcha Kund, Satopanth, Chaukhamba, Ghoriparvat, Haathi Parvat, Sumeru, etc.

 

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Binsar Mahadev

Bindeshwar Mahadev, often cited as Binsar Mahadev is one of the prominent Hindu pilgrim places in India. It is situated in the Pauri Garhwal district of Indian State Uttarakhand. The temple is among the oldest Hindu temples that falls in the province of Patti Chauthan. This Hindu temple is situated at a distance of 6 km from Ayarpani en route Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. The Bineshwar Mahadev Temple boasts a remarkable architecture and is visited by a number of devotees every year.

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