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Suraj Singh

Suraj Singh4.3/5

1 review

The best place to go with anyone

Pauri is surrounded by huge and beautiful hills. If anyone want to spend their summers at some place then Pauri is the best one. Travellers visit this place because its very beautiful and a competitor of hill stations like Shimla, Manali, etc. But the best part is you don't have to spend much of your penny to roam around as you would do in other hill stations. The places like, Lansdown, Pauri main market, Kandoliya temple are the best and must places to visit. You could feel the nature over there. You can have the Garhwali style of fast foods like momos, veg roles. There is a restaurant in a isolated place for love birds to spend some time and have the best food. Pauri main market is a place to shop everything at the best price. You can also visit the Govind Ballabh Pant Engineering College which beautify the place more. Talking with village people, hanging around the natural sightings, and having the taste of delicious food are the things which are gonna keep you busy all the time. To reach Pauri you should come by road because through this way only you will get to see the natural beauty. Do visit this place guys. Its awesome and yes if you want to experience snowfall visit the place in winters.

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Mister India

Mister India4.6/5

2 reviews

Had a great fun in mountains

Pauri is a hill station in Uttarakhand. This place is like heaven in Garhwal. The city is surrounded with Himalaya mountains. There are Mang temples of Lord Shiva, a beautiful park, and snowfall in winter. I like this place very much because of environment of Pauri. I frequently visit Pauri in summer also. Here climate changes frequently.

Recommended Duration in Pauri

Number of days to spend in Pauri as recommended by our travellers.

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Pauri Overview

Pauri is a city as well as a municipal board in Pauri Garhwal district in the Indian State of Uttarakhand. Situated 1379 metres above sea level on the northern slopes of the Kandoliya Hills, it is the headquarter of the district of Pauri Garhwal of the Garhwal Division.

The main language of Pauri is Garhwali. The climatic conditions of Pauri are between sub-temperate and temperate, which makes the city extremely cold in winters but the summers are comparatively pleasant.

The location of the city of Pauri provides a complete view of many snow clad Himalayan peaks namely Bander Punchh, Jonli, Gangotri group, Nandadevi and Trisul, Chaukhamba, Ghoriparvat, Hathiparvat, Swarga-Rohini, Jogin Group, Thalaiya-Sagar, Kedarnath, Sumeru, Neelkanth, and many more.

These peaks also hold religious significance for the place due to which there is a large turnover of devotees every year during winters. However, for sightseeing, summers are more pleasant and enjoyable than winters.

There are many other small towns to visit around the city of Pauri like Dhoodhatoli, Thalisain, Binsar and Kandoliya. At Dhoodhatoli, there is a famous memorial, which was built in the memory of Garhwali freedom fighter, Veer Chandra Singh.

The area of Binsar is surrounded by dense forests, which contains trees of Rhododendron, Oak and Deodar. Kandoliya has the Devta temple, which is dedicated to the local God, Bhumi-Devta.

Apart from the Devta temple, Pauri itself is home to many popular temples like the Siddhibali Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Hanuman along with other temples like the Durga Devi Temple, Shri Koteshwar Mahadev Temple and the Medanpuri Devi Temple. The Temple of Ghandiyal Devta is one of the most ancient temples of the city.

The Chila Wildlife Sanctuary present near the city is also a prominent tourist destination. At a stretch of 4 km from the city, there is the Chaukhamba Viewpoint that comprises dense forests of Dwarikhal along with a wide variety of flora. Tara Kund is another significant place to visit in Pauri. Tara Kund is famous for its ancient temples and a miniature lake.

The city of Pauri is surrounded by the districts of Chamoli, Nainital, Bijnor, Dehradun and Haridwar, which are quite popular tourist destinations. Pauri is well connected with all these destinations by road as well as through its railway head at Kotdwar. The airport, Jolly Grant also provides access to the city through airways.

Photos of Pauri

Pauri, Uttarakhand

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Rahul Khatri

Morning after Snowfall
Pauri, Uttarakhand

Photo by

Amit Bamola

Pauri-Ghantaghar
Pauri, Uttarakhand

Photo by

Siddharth Rawat

Amazing view of sky

There is so much to see in Pauri.

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