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About Kumaon

About Kumaon

About Almora Tourism

History Almoda or Almora or Alampur, according to popular tradition is derived from the name Almora or wild sorrel, which grew in abundance there in the past. The earliest reference to the name Almoda is found in the copper plate inscription of King Trimalla Chand of the local Chand dynasty of the year 1528 A.D. The capital of the Chand Kings was transferred from Champawat to Almora in the 16th century. It is the district headquarters and national scientific institutes the Vivekanand Hill Agricultural Laboratory, as well as the Defence Agricultural Research Laboratory are housed there. Scientists from all over the country and tourists visit the Vivekanand Hill Agricultural Laboratory because it was started by a great agricultural scientist Bosi Sen.

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About Champawat Tourism

It is one of the most beautiful districts of Uttarakhand and seems to be a benediction on earth. This enchanting land lies in the arms of the Himalayas and invites trekking enthusiasts, painters, poets, historians, bird watchers and those in search of the divine. The tradition of the present appellation of Kumaon is associated with Champawat and is regarded by the historians to be a natural evolution from the word Kurmachal.

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About Pithoragarh Tourism

Pithoragarh is strategically very important and flanked by two international boundaries, Nepal on the east and Chinese occupied Tibet on the north. It was once, before 1962 an important mart for traders from Nepal and the Indo Tibetan traders. Pithoragarh lies in the lap of the Soar Valley and its scenic grandeur is often compared with the beauty of Kashmir Valley. It is encircled by four hills, Chandak, Dhwaj, Kumdar and Thal Kedar. Nature has been very kind in blessing Pithoragarh with snow capped peaks, high altitude passes, high mountain valleys, Alpine meadows, glaciers and vibrant forests.

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About Udham Singh Nagar Tourism

Udham Singh Nagar district is known as the gateway to Kumaon hills. It was a part of Naini Tal district before it gained identity as a separate district in October 1995. The district is named after the famous revolutionary leader Udham Singh who shot Michael O’ Dwyer in London to avenge the death of those killed in the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre on 13th April 1919. Michaeo O’ Dwyer was the Lt. Governor of Punjab those days and Udham Singh held him responsible for this massacre. He shot him on 13th March 1940 after 21 years of the Jallianwala Bagh tragedy. Udham Singh was hanged to death on 31st July 1940.

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Nainital – the Land of Lakes

Udham Singh Nagar district is known as the gateway to Kumaon hills. It was a part of Naini Tal district before it gained identity as a separate district in October 1995. The district is named after the famous revolutionary leader Udham Singh who shot Michael O’ Dwyer in London to avenge the death of those killed in the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre on 13th April 1919. Michaeo O’ Dwyer was the Lt. Governor of Punjab those days and Udham Singh held him responsible for this massacre. He shot him on 13th March 1940 after 21 years of the Jallianwala Bagh tragedy. Udham Singh was hanged to death on 31st July 1940.

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About Bageshwar Tourism

Udham Singh Nagar district is known as the gateway to Kumaon hills. It was a part of Naini Tal district before it gained identity as a separate district in October 1995. The district is named after the famous revolutionary leader Udham Singh who shot Michael O’ Dwyer in London to avenge the death of those killed in the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre on 13th April 1919. Michaeo O’ Dwyer was the Lt. Governor of Punjab those days and Udham Singh held him responsible for this massacre. He shot him on 13th March 1940 after 21 years of the Jallianwala Bagh tragedy. Udham Singh was hanged to death on 31st July 1940.

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