Uttrakhand

Uttarakhand is often referred to as the Devbhumi the Land of the Gods, due to a large number of Hindu temples and pilgrimage centres found throughout the state. Uttarakhand is known for the natural environment of the Himalayas, like a surreal landscape that comprises of lofty mountains, imposing glaciers and surreal lakes. Uttrakhand is a famous tourist destination in India that not only for honeymooners and families but all age’s persons ..

Description of Uttrakhand

Uttarakhand is often referred to as the Devbhumi the Land of the Gods, due to a large number of Hindu temples and pilgrimage centres found throughout the state. Uttarakhand is known for the natural environment of the Himalayas, like a surreal landscape that comprises of lofty mountains, imposing glaciers and surreal lakes. Uttrakhand is a famous tourist destination in India that not only for honeymooners and families but all age’s persons there are lots of things to explore. The state is divided into two divisions, Garhwal and Kumaon, with a total of 13 districts. The interim capital of Uttarakhand is Dehradun, the largest city of the state; the natives of the state are generally called Garhwali. Dotted with sacred Hindu temples and trekking trails, this North Indian state is a travel destination where along with seeking the blessing of the Almighty. A progenitor of rivers like Ganga and Yamuna,the state volunteers for some exhilarating wildlife tourism opportunities whereas adventure tours are a way to get intimate with the nature of Uttarakhand.

Geography of Uttrakhand

Uttarakhand has a total area of 53,483 km of which 86% is mountainous and 65% is covered by forest. Most of the northern part of the state is covered by high Himalayan peaks and glaciers. In the first half of the nineteenth century, the expanding development of Indian roads, railways and other physical infrastructure was giving rise to concerns over indiscriminate logging, particularly in the Himalaya. The highest elevations are covered by ice and bare rock. Below them, between 3,000 and 5,000 metres (9,800 and 16,400 ft) are the western Himalayan alpine shrub and meadows. Two of the most important rivers in Hinduism originate in the glaciers of Uttarakhand, the Ganges at Gangotri and the Yamuna at Yamunotri. They are fed by myriad lakes, glacial melts and streams. These two along with Badrinath and Kedarnath form the Chota Char Dham, a holy pilgrimage for the Hindus.

Uttarakhand hosts the Bengal tiger in Jim Corbett National Park, the oldest national park of the Indian subcontinent. The Valley of Flowers, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the upper expanses of Bhyundar Ganga near Joshimath in Gharwal region, is known for the variety and rarity of its flowers and plants.

Weather of Uttrakhand

Due to the beauty of nature and amazing climate in Uttarakhand, it remains accessible to tourists throughout the year. However, summer and winter are the most favourable. The summer season is a ideal time to enjoy precious time with his family and friends. Tourist come here to relife the from the summer in other parts of the country and relish activities like trekking, peraglading, river rafting, rock liming etc. On the other side, winters in Uttarakhand are perfect to enjoy the beauty of the state all blanketed by the snow.

Best Time to Visit Uttrakhand

SUMMER

The weather during summer season remains moderate in some places, whereas some towns and villages in the upper realm stay untouched from the heat of the sun. The temperature in summer in Uttarakhand ranges 20°C to 40°C (in Terai Region of the state) and April to June are the months of summer. It is during this time, a lot of devotees also perform the pilgrimage. The season is also ideal for trekking

MONSOON

During the period of July to September, the monsoon season marks the state of Uttarakhand. The temperature of Uttarakhand in monsoon ranges between 15°C and 25°C and the place receives heavy rainfall during this time. Thus, it is advisable to check the weather forecast before planning a trip.

WINTER

During the winter season, Uttarakhand looks most scenic as it snows at several places in the state. The temperature usually ranges between 0°C and 15°C. Additionally, October to March is considered as the months of winters in Uttarakhand. The weather during these months is chilly and snowfall is quite obvious.

How to reach Uttrakhand

Uttarakhand is well connected  with all  state's of India. Visit Uttarakhand anytime of the year and that too comfortably. The state at the moment has two operational airports and a few railway stations as well.

BY AIR

The airports, where the flights from different states fly in, go by the name of Pantnagar Airport which is situated in the Pantnagar in Kumaon Region, Jolly Grant situated in Dehradun and Naini Saini Airport in the Pithoragarh. Jolly Grant is the most well-connected of the three airports in Uttarakhand and Pithoragarh is yet to open for public.

BY RAIL:

Easing up the connection for the tourists, Uttarakhand railways department is maintaining 16 big and small railway stations which connect Uttarakhand with Lucknow, Delhi, Kolkata, and to several other major cities, towns in India. Haridwar, Dehradun, Kathgodam, Rudrapur, Tanakpur, Pantnagar are a few railways stations that contribute in making travelling easy inside the state as well as from other parts of the country.

BY ROAD

Roadways offers the best connectivity in the state. There are well-connected highways like NH 108, NH 109, NH 119, NH 121, NH 123 and NH 72A that connect the state with other parts of the country. With an efficient bus unit, Uttarakhand offers excellent accessibility. Taxis are also available to most of the destinations in the state, and thus, is the best mode of transport.

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