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Pauri District

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Pauri  district is a mix of dense tarai forests inhabitated by wild elephants  and  picturesque hilly areas of Khirsu. It is surrounded by 9 out of  13 districts  of Uttaranchal  (Haridwar, Nainital, Almora, Rudraprag, Chamoli, Dehra Dun, Tehri and Uttarkashi) and  Najibabad  district of   UP.   Kotdwara,  Srinagar,  Dogadda  and Lansdowne are main towns.              
PAURI  TOWN
Situated on the northern side of Kandolia Hills, Pauri Town is Headquarters of Pauri District and Garhwal Division. Beautiful landscape and natural scenery is breathtaking and refreshing. Several Educational Institutions including a Degree College and an Engineering College are located here. Kotdwara 108 KM is the nearest Railway Station.
PLACES OF INTEREST
SPOTS  Km ATTRACTION
KAMALESHWAR TEMPLE

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Old temple of Lord Shiva. 
KANODLIA GAPE &  NAG TIBBA

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Panoramic view of peaks and landscapes.
DEVALGARH

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Old capital of Garhwal and famous temple of Raj Rajeshwari.
KHIRSU

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Splendid view of central Himalayas and a tranquil place surrounded by thick Oak and Deodar forests.
SRINAGAR    Situated on the bank of Alakhnanda river 105 KM from Reshikesh, Srinagar was once capital of Garhwal. It is believed that with a view to kill Kalasura ( a demon) ‘Sri Yantra’ was established on a slab here and Goddess killed the doman at a nearby place Kaliyasaur. Tantrik practices including human sacrifice were prevailing till Adi Shankaracharya thrown the slab into Alakhnanda in 8th Centuary. Baba Gorakhnath Cave, Shankar Math , Jain Mandir and Gurudwara are worth visiting. Seat of H N Bahuguna University. Rishikesh-Badrinath route passes through Srinagar.

MALETHA

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9 KM from Srinagar, it is birth place of Madho Singh Bhandari, the legendry general who scarified his son to construct a tunneled canal in 1635 which still irrigates his village. An memorial has been built in his memory.