Uttarakhand Stories

7 Wonders of Uttarakhand

by Abhay Aswal
Jun 29, 2016

Valley of Flowers

The only UNESCO World Heritage Site in Uttarakhand, Valley of Flowers has rich diversity of alpine flowers, many of which have not been found outside of Uttarakhand!

Valley of Flowers

Tungnath Temple

Situated at a height of 3,680 m (12,073 ft), Tungnath temple is the highest Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva! Om Namah Shivaya!

Tungnath temple

Tehri Dam

With a height of 260 m (855 ft), Tehri Dam in Uttarakhand is the tallest dam in India and 10th tallest dam in the world.

Tehri Dam

Roopkund Lake

Known as Skeleton Lake, Roopkund has centuries-old human skeletal remains that are still visible at its bottom when the snow melts!

Roopkund Lake

 Patal Bhuvaneshwar Cave

Dedicated to Lord Shiva and 33 types of gods in Hindu culture, Patal Bhuvaneshwar Cave is a limestone cave temple is 160 m long and 90 feet deep from the point of entrance!

Patal Bhuvaneshwar Cave

Nanda Devi Raj Jaat

Organized once in 12 years, the holy pilgrimage of Nanda Devi Raat Jaat has a total distance of approximately 290 km, 230 kms of which are covered on foot! 

Nanda Devi Raj Jaat Yatra

Nanda Devi Peak

Technically, Nanda Devi Peak (7,816 m) is the highest peak in India, located entirely within India. Kangchenjunga, although higher, is shared by India and Nepal.

Nanda Devi Peak

Abhay Aswal

Abhay Aswal

A cartoonist who enjoys doodling. Enjoys writing, movies and art. And football. And sarcasm. And travelling.

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metaanand Says

Aum Nama: Shivayae…,
Thanks for the effort.

My humble suggestion is to show a meditating girl at Paataal Bhubneshwar temple instead of a scared girl. There is nothing to be afraid of in the cave. And also to call it the Paataal Bhubneshwar Temple instead of cave.

It is a wonderful place to meditate.
Dhanyawaad.
Aum Nama: Shivayae…

pooja Says

nice …. cute cartoons … its was really connecting !!!
keep posting bhula !!