Chaukori"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

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    KapileshwarMahadev - There is a long passage passing through the cave that leads to several destinations. This temple can be reached by walking for about 10 m inside the cave. By walking on this path, visitors can also travel to the northeast on the Dharchula-Pithoragarh Road.KapileshwarMahadev Temple is situated in the Soar Valley, just above the Takaura and Takari villages. It is a cave temple which is dedicated to Lord Mahadeva. Legend states that Sage Kapil meditated at this cave temple.

     

    Arjuneshwar Shiva Temple - Arjuneshwar Shiva Temple is located at a height of 6,000 ft on a hilltop and is known for housing an old idol of Lord Shiva. It is believed that the temple was constructed by Arjuna, the supreme archer.

     

    Mostamanu - Mostamanu is around 6 km by bus and 2 km on foot from Pithoragarh. This temple is dedicated to Mosta God and is known for a big fair, which is conducted annually between August and September.

     

    Mahakali Temple of Gangolihat - Mahakali Temple of Gangolihat is an ancient temple which is also known as HaatKalikaMandir. A holy place, the temple is believed to have been chosen by Sankaracharya for establishing the Mahakali Shakti Peeth. There is also a Chamunda Temple just 2 km away from the Mahakali Temple of Gangolihat.

     

    Jayanti Temple Dhwaj - Jayanti Temple Dhwaj is situated on the Didihat Road on a hilltop. There is a Lord Shiva temple inside a cave, which is located about 200 ft below the Jayanti Temple. Travellers can also see the peaks of Panchachuli and Nanda Devi from this temple.

     

    Nagmandir of Berinag - Berinag has been named after Benimadhava, the Nagveni King, who used to rule the region. In the 14th century, Pants from Maharashtra visited Berinag, where they saw coiled snakes of different colours. After this incident, these Pants constructed a snake temple at this site and named it Nagmandir.Nagmandir of Berinag is situated amidst a cluster of trees and is known for housing the idols of Sheshnag and Lord Vishnu.

     

    Ghunsera Devi Temple - Ghunsera Devi Temple is located inside the Ghunsera Caves, on a hilltop. There is also an Asurchula Temple situated near this Ghunsera Devi Temple. The stone images of various gods and goddesses were installed at this site by the Khol Kings of the KartikeyaPura. There are two stone images at this site that belong to the Gupta period.

     

    Kamaksha Temple - Kamaksha Temple is situated near the army cantonment base on the top of a hillock.

     

    Nakuleshwar Temple - This temple has an architectural style similar to Khajuraho. The temple houses around 38 stone images of Uma-Vasudev, Surya, Navadurga, Shiva-Parvati, Vaman, Narsingh, Kuma and MahishasurMardini.Nakuleshwar Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, who is considered to be the Himalayan God.  The name of the temple has been derived from two words, Nakul meaning Himalaya and Ishwar, which means God.

     

    Ulka Devi Temple - Ulka Devi Temple is situated near a tourist rest-house, which lies beside a memorial built for the martyrs. Tourists can view the Soar Valley from this temple.

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  • Hotels of Chaukori

    KMVN Tourist Rest House Nandakot, Chaukori

    Chaukori

    KMVN Tourist Rest House Nandakot, Chaukori is very beautiful place. If you choose to stay in KMVN House in Chaukori, then it should be for the great view of the majestic Himalayas which will keep you in awe and blow out

    1,400.00 Avg/night

    Ojaswi Resort, Chaukori

    Bageshwar -Munsiyari Road, Tea Garden, Chaukori

    Ojaswi Resort is a 3 star property situated in Chaukori. The resort is located at reachable distance from the Airport and Railway station. Nestled in the beautiful scenery of Chaukori, hotel is located at accessible dist

    2,508.00 Avg/night

    The Misty Mountains, Chaukori

    Jhaltola Estate, Near Chaukori and Patal Bhuvaneshwar, Gangolihat

    The Misty Mountains retreat is located at Jhaltola. The retreat is 475 km from Delhi Airport and 180 km from Kathgodam Railway Station. The resort offers packages and provides sightseeing assistance to the tourists. Some

    3,680.00 Avg/night

    Haridarshan Resort, Chaukori

    Bigul, Munsyari Road, (32 Kms. from Bageshwar), Khantoli,

    HariDarshan resort is located just 15 kms before Chaukori on Bageshwar-Munsiyari road. Vijaypur is 2 Kms from Haridarshan Resort, Dholinag Temple is 1 Kms. Trek, Bhadarkali Temple is 2 hours trek or 30 kms by road, Kanda

    1,100.00 Avg/night

    The Himshikhar Hotel, Chaukori

    Near KMVN TRC, Bageshwar Munshyari road, Chaukori

    The Himshikhar Hotel, Chaukori situated at Chaukori distt. Pithoragarh 7000 feet above from the sea level located in the majestic Himalayan ranges. Hotel Himshikhar is 183 km from Nainital and 273 km from Kathgodaam the

    2,030.00 Avg/night

    Gaurav Resort, Chaukori

    TRC, CHAUKORI, DISTT PITHORAGARH

    Gaurav Resort, Chaukori is one of the best resort in Chakouri. A newly constructed hotel, very very clean and well maintained. The hotel staffs are very friendly and co-operative. The terrace commands excellent view of t

    1,200.00 Avg/night

    Aangan Resort, Chaukori

    Chaukori, Pithoragarh

    Aangan Resort, Chaukori is best resort of Chaukori. Having a great vacation is amazing and searching the best accommodating hotels along with less strain on pocket is a task. Anticipating this, Aangan Resort offers the b

    1,500.00 Avg/night

    Hardik Resort, Chaukori

    Near TRC Berinag Road

    Hardik Resort offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property is created fro

    1,100.00 Avg/night

    Wayfarer Retreat, Chaukori

    Wayfarer Retreat (Vijaypur - Chaukori

    Wayfarer Retreat Chaukori is situated at 28 km beyond Bageshwar and 13 km before Chaukori; 214 km from Kathgodam and 120 km from Ranikhet, the Retreat is just the ideal stop over for travelers heading towards Munsyari an

    3,000.00 Avg/night

  • Weather

     

    KapileshwarMahadev - There is a long passage passing through the cave that leads to several destinations. This temple can be reached by walking for about 10 m inside the cave. By walking on this path, visitors can also travel to the northeast on the Dharchula-Pithoragarh Road.KapileshwarMahadev Temple is situated in the Soar Valley, just above the Takaura and Takari villages. It is a cave temple which is dedicated to Lord Mahadeva. Legend states that Sage Kapil meditated at this cave temple.

     

    Arjuneshwar Shiva Temple - Arjuneshwar Shiva Temple is located at a height of 6,000 ft on a hilltop and is known for housing an old idol of Lord Shiva. It is believed that the temple was constructed by Arjuna, the supreme archer.

     

    Mostamanu - Mostamanu is around 6 km by bus and 2 km on foot from Pithoragarh. This temple is dedicated to Mosta God and is known for a big fair, which is conducted annually between August and September.

     

    Mahakali Temple of Gangolihat - Mahakali Temple of Gangolihat is an ancient temple which is also known as HaatKalikaMandir. A holy place, the temple is believed to have been chosen by Sankaracharya for establishing the Mahakali Shakti Peeth. There is also a Chamunda Temple just 2 km away from the Mahakali Temple of Gangolihat.

     

    Jayanti Temple Dhwaj - Jayanti Temple Dhwaj is situated on the Didihat Road on a hilltop. There is a Lord Shiva temple inside a cave, which is located about 200 ft below the Jayanti Temple. Travellers can also see the peaks of Panchachuli and Nanda Devi from this temple.

     

    Nagmandir of Berinag - Berinag has been named after Benimadhava, the Nagveni King, who used to rule the region. In the 14th century, Pants from Maharashtra visited Berinag, where they saw coiled snakes of different colours. After this incident, these Pants constructed a snake temple at this site and named it Nagmandir.Nagmandir of Berinag is situated amidst a cluster of trees and is known for housing the idols of Sheshnag and Lord Vishnu.

     

    Ghunsera Devi Temple - Ghunsera Devi Temple is located inside the Ghunsera Caves, on a hilltop. There is also an Asurchula Temple situated near this Ghunsera Devi Temple. The stone images of various gods and goddesses were installed at this site by the Khol Kings of the KartikeyaPura. There are two stone images at this site that belong to the Gupta period.

     

    Kamaksha Temple - Kamaksha Temple is situated near the army cantonment base on the top of a hillock.

     

    Nakuleshwar Temple - This temple has an architectural style similar to Khajuraho. The temple houses around 38 stone images of Uma-Vasudev, Surya, Navadurga, Shiva-Parvati, Vaman, Narsingh, Kuma and MahishasurMardini.Nakuleshwar Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, who is considered to be the Himalayan God.  The name of the temple has been derived from two words, Nakul meaning Himalaya and Ishwar, which means God.

     

    Ulka Devi Temple - Ulka Devi Temple is situated near a tourist rest-house, which lies beside a memorial built for the martyrs. Tourists can view the Soar Valley from this temple.

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