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My first solo drive to Golden Pagoda, Namsai   So it was three years back when I was in Doomdoma, district Tinsukia in Assam , I had just learned how to drive and was planing where to go for my solo drive. At first I thought I would just go for a drive around the town, but as I drove through the beautiful tea estates along the road I couldn’t resist going further. I started my drive from Doomdoma, Assam and ended up driving to Golden Pagoda , in district Namsai in Arunachal Pradesh . It is a 64 km drive which took around 2 hrs and the route is via NH 15. Travelers can take a bus or a taxi from Tinsukia to Namsai. Tinsukia is an industrial district of Assam. It has the oldest oil refinery in India in Digboi and is famous for open cast coal mining in areas like Margherita and Ledo. It also has a cosmetic plant of Hindustan Unilever (HUL). The district produces tea, oranges, ginger, other citrus fruits and paddy (rice). ...See more

    • karan thapa  #Buddhateachings #Buddha #Namsai #ArunachalPradeshTourism #NamsaiTourism #GoldenPagoda #GoldenPagodaNamsai 14:56 08/05/2020
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Uttarakhand Tourism :  Nepalese Food Nepalese food has evolved from India’s neighboring Himalayan friend Nepal. Nepal is a multicultural and multi-ethnic country having 126 distinct ethnic groups, speaking 123 different mother tongues. Tourism is one of the largest and fastest-growing industries in Nepal employing more than a million people and contributing 7.9% of the total GDP. Nepalese cuisine has a variety of dishes made from local produce and has been influenced by different cultures and the ingredients brought by them. Nepalese food includes cereals, pulses, vegetables, meat and dairy. The main cuisines of Nepal are the Khas cuisine, Himalayan cuisine (Tibetan, Thakali), Newar cuisine, Lohorung cuisine, Terai cuisine and other ethnic variations. There are many Nepalese who live in India who are either Indian citizens or Nepali citizens. They are also called as Gurkha or Gorkhali. Indian army has 7 Gorkha regiments that recruit...See more

    • karan thapa  #UttarakhandTourism #NainitalTourism #UttarakhandTourPackages #MussoorieTourism #KausaniTourism #RishikeshTourism #Haridwar Tourism 14:03 08/05/2020
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Uttarakhand Tourism :  Kumaoni and Garhwali Food If you are in Pahar and craving for food, travelers must try Garhwali food and Kumaoni food. India is famous for its spicy food, but one would observe that Pahari food is not that spicy. Pahari food is very simple, tasty and healthy, exactly like the people and their lifestyle in the hills. The food of this region has evolved from the local produce and also from the influence of various cultures that came and lived here since ages. Kumaoni and Garhwali dishes are similar as they are part of the same region and were influenced by same cultures.The local cuisine mainly consists of locally produced pulses, cereals, vegetables and dairy.   Kumaoni and Garhwali Dishes Kafuli Kafuli is a delicious blend of Palak (Spinach), Methi Leaves (Fenugreek Leaves) and Rice paste cooked in iron pot. It is mainly eaten during lunch and dinner.   Aloo Ke...See more

    • karan thapa  #UttarakhandTourism #NainitalTourism #UttarakhandTourPackages #MussoorieTourism #KausaniTourism #RishikeshTourism #Haridwar Tourism 14:03 08/05/2020
    • karan thapa  #UttarakhandTourism #NainitalTourism #UttarakhandTourPackages #MussoorieTourism #KausaniTourism #RishikeshTourism #Haridwar Tourism 14:03 08/05/2020
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Places to visit in Haridwar Haridwar is an ancient holy city in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand which is visited by hindu pilgrims from all across the world. Uttarakhand tourism welcomes travelers to explore various tourist attractions in Haridwar .   Har Ki Pauri Har Ki Pauri ghat is the most sacred ghat in Haridwar where the River Ganga meets the plain for the first time. The pilgrims offer prayer and take dip in the ghat to purify them. Every morning from 530 am to 630 am and every evening from 6 pm to 7 pm Ganga Aarti is conducted. One feels very alive and relaxed after attending the prayers.   Chanda Devi Temple Chanda Devi Temple is dedicated to Goddess Chanda Devi whose foundation was laid by Adi Shankaracharya during the 8 th century. The temple is also known as Seedha Peetha and is one of the Panch Teerths in Haridwar. It is situated in the Neel Parvat and is known as a Neel Parvat Teerth. The...See more

    • karan thapa  #Uttarakhand Tourism #HaridwarTourism #HaridwarTour Packages #UttarakhandTour Packages 13:15 08/05/2020
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Places to visit in Rishikesh  Rishikesh is famous for its yoga ashrams, ancient temples and adventure activities. It is visited by pilgrims, travelers, yoga and adventure enthusiast. Uttarakhand tourism welcomes travelers to explore various tourist attractions Rishikesh .   Triveni Ghat Triveni Ghat is said to be the most sacred bathing spots as rivers Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati meet here. Pilgrims take a dip in this ghat to purify them. Every evening Maha Aarti (prayer to Goddess Ganga ) is conducted between 6 pm to 7 pm. One feels very alive and relaxed after attending the prayers.   Lakshman Jhula Lakshman Jhula (bridge) is 450 feet long and is 70 feet above the river. It connects the villages Tapovan and Jonk . It is said that Lord Laksham younger brother of Lord Ram crossed the river Ganga from the same site. Tourist can visit Tera Manzil temple, Lakshman temple, Ram jhula and the market near the...See more

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Places to visit in Kausani Kausani also called as the Switzerland of India is a hill station situated in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand. It is a popular tourist destination for nature lovers, travelers and honeymooners. Uttarakhand tourism welcomes travelers to explore various tourist attractions in Kausani . Rudradhari Falls and Caves Rudradhari Falls and Caves are at a distance of around 12 km from Kausani and is a 2 km trek from Kantali village. Visitors can enjoy the beautiful surroundings and explore the ancient caves. Visitors can also visit the shrine of Lord Shiva called Someshwar temple near the fall. Baijnath Temple Baijnath temple is situated in Baijnath town in Bageshwar next to river Gomti. The temples are dedicated to God and Goddess Shiva, Ganesh, Parvati, Chandika, Kuber, Surya and Brahma. The temple was built during the Katyuri dynasty around 12th-13th century AD. The temples are beautifully sculpted in Nagara...See more

    • karan thapa  #Uttarakhandtourism #Kausani #KausaniTourism #Kumaontourism #Kumaon #Tourpackage #KausaniTourPackage 00:47 06/05/2020
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