Raj Bhawan Nainital

Raj Bhawan | Governor House Nainital Travel Guide

Raj Bhawan, which is also known as the Governors House. The foundation of the Raj Bhawan was based on the model of Buckingham Palace.The foundation was laid on April 27, 1897, and the building...
Katarmal Sun Temple

Katarmal Sun Temple , Uttarakhand Travel and Tourism Guide

When Pandavas were in exile, one of the conditions that were levied on them by the Kauravas, was "They must maintain their anonymity for fourteen years of their exile". One breach of such a...
Lok Sanskriti Sangrahalaya Bhimtal Uttarakhand

Lok Sanskriti Sangrahalaya Bhimtal , Uttarakhand – Tourism Guide

The Lok Sanskriti Sangrahalaya is a private museum founded by Dr. Yashodhar Mathpal in 1983.  Dr. Mathpal is a trained pre historian and archaeologist, besides being a very well respected artist with a speciality...
Man eaters of Uttarakhand

Man Eaters Of Uttarakhand

A Man -eater is a tiger which  has been compelled by circumstances and in nine cases out  of the ten due to wounds and in the tenth case due to old age that it turn...
Jim Corbett, Legacy, Heritage, Jim Corbett The Hero

Jim Corbett: “The Unsung Hero of Uttarakhand”

"Corbett National Park is one the best getaways from Delhi” such is the popularity of one of the biggest Tiger Conservation Park. In my childhood days I use to wonder ‘If he was a...
Festivals of Uttarakhand

Festivals of Uttarakhand

There is one thing peculiar about hill folks. They have lots of free time. Don't get me wrong. They are not lazy people. They are more like people who like to chill.  That’s why people we have...
Climate of Uttarakhand

Climate Of Uttarakhand – Summer, Monsoon, Winter

I was travelling in a cab yesterday. The best and the smoothest of openers we sometimes have is to talk about the weather. The climate of Uttarakhand this year (fall of  2015) the lesser Himalayas are...
Dwarahat tourism

Dwarahat Tourism & Travel Guide

The history of Kumaon region (Dwarahat) was ruled by Katyuri Kings from around 7th century A.C.E to 11th. They ruled the ‘Katyur valley’ with the capital in Baijnath town. Here’s a fascinating fact, their empire spread...
Almora, Wooden Art, Culture, Almora, India

Wooden Art Of Almora

Beauty not a necessity, barely a nicety – too high on Maslow’s hierarchy . Art and Architecture are a symbol of flourished societies, societies who were able to get through their basic needs of food and security The...