Gairsain Hill station

The Indian state of Uttarakhand has a town called Gairsain in its Chamoli district that is close to the state's summer capital, Bhararisain. Gairsain, a town and nagar panchayat, is around 250 kilometres from Dehradun and is situated on the eastern edge of the enormous Dudhatoli mountain range in the Chamoli district, almost in the middle of the state. It serves as a sort of link between the Garhwal and Kumaon divisions because it is easily accessible from both of them. It is being regarded as Uttarakhand's potential future permanent capital.
During the statehood movement, Gairsain was intended to be the state capital. Dehradun was chosen to serve as the state's interim capital after it was established on November 9th, 2000. The Dixit Commission was established by the Government of Uttarakhand to look for a permanent capital, but in its final report, the commission concluded that "the interim capital, Dehradun, is a more suitable place as the permanent capital owing to the factors like its distance from the national capital, centralised population, and safety from natural calamities."



Gairsain Chamoli, Uttarakhand, 246428


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