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Pauri Garhwal

Places to visit in Pauri Garhwal

Some of the best places to visit in Pauri, Garhwal are Kandoliya temple, Danda Nagraja Temple, Jwalpa Devi Temple, Nag Dev Temple, Chaukhamba viewpoint, Khirsu, Adwani and Buda Bharsaar Temple.

Pauri is famous for its temples. Around the year tourist from all over the world visit to Pauri, Garhwal for its scenic natural beauty, devotees visit religious temples to seek blessing, natural waterfalls, mountain covered with snow during winters.

Kandoliya Temple in Pauri, Garhwal

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I reached the pauri bus stand.  From here the kandoliya temple is approx. 2 km.  the temple is located on the hill top.  I was thrilled to see the whole pauri from the temple.  Even in the summers you will see the snow on the hill top of the mountain.

The pine Trees are all over the hills as if surrounding the temple. After the darshan you may visit the Kandoliya Park to enjoy the natural serenity.  

Though the Kandoliya temple is located inside the dense forest of pine trees.  Near to Temple there is a Kandoliya park.  The place is serene and peaceful.

As reported by the locals, there may be possibility of wild animals due to the dense forest, please take necessary precautions.

Kyunkaleshwar Mahadev Temple in Pauri, Garhwal

Kyunkaleshwar temple is dedicated to lord Shiva and lord Ram. It is believed that in the 8th century Swami Adi Guru Shankara Charya had established. 

From the Temple arena the view of Himalayas is breath-taking.

The architecture of Kyunkaleshwar temple is similar to Kedarnath temple. To reach the temple devotees, tourists had to walk up to 2 km from Pauri bus stand through the dense pine forest.

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Sanjay Rai Sharma is a Facilitator and a writer. He writes blogs, mostly on travelling while exploring the natural mystic capturing scenic beauty of nature into words, exploring unknown places and capturing memories in the form of photography. On a mission to inspire and share valuable insights to fellow explorers.

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