Mukteshwar"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

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    Chauthi Ki Jaali - The evidence for the same can be seen in the form of outlines of a sword, a shield and a trunk of an elephant, which are engraved at the site. The site is frequently thronged by devotees and tourists as it is believed that women are blessed with children if they touch these lattices. Tourists can also engage themselves in mountain climbing and rappelling activities that are regularly organised at the site. Chauthi Ki Jaali, one of the famous tourist spots, is located on a cliff in Mukteshwar. Dotted with lush green surroundings and numerous rocks, the site is renowned for offering beautiful views of the Kumaon valley. The natural lattices and a hole in the rock are the remnants of the battle between demons and goddess.

     

    Shiva Temple - Situated at the highest point in the destination, the prime attraction of the temple is a white marble Shivalingam with copper yoni. Apart from this, idols of Brahma and Vishnu, popular Hindu deities, are also enshrined in the inner sanctum of the temple. The temple is accessible by climbing a series of winding and steep stone stairs. Shiva Temple, also known as MukteshwarDham, is one of the famous Hindu temples of the destination. Located on a steep hill of a height ranging more than 7,000 ft, the temple is believed to be more than 350 years old. The ancient shrine is dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Hindu god of destruction. Apart from Lord Shiva, Parvati along with her son Ganesha and Shiva's Vahana, Nandi are also worshipped in the temple.

     

    Indian Veterinary Research Institute - The campus is spread in a large area and British architecture is reflected in all its buildings. A library and a veterinary museum are other popular attractions of the site, which reveals historic events to the travellers. Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI) was established in 1893 and has special significance in the development of veterinary sciences in India. The institute is responsible for carrying out high end research in animal nutrition, genetics and bacteriology.

     

    Nathuakhan - Small country cottages made of wood and stone add beauty to the landscape. Tourists can engage in nature walks and trekking activities in and around the village.Nathuakhan is a small solitary village in the Kumaon hills, which is bestowed with natural beauty. The entire region offers beautiful views of the Himalayan ranges and is dotted with oak, pine, birch and kaphal trees.

     

    Mukteshwar Inspection Bungalow - It is believed that Edward James, a famous hunter, who later became a conservationist, used to spend time in this rest house while deciding strategies to kill the man-eaters of Kumaon. A kettle used by him has been preserved in the guest house. Mukteshwar Inspection Bungalow was earlier managed by the KumaonMandalVikas Nigam and it is known as KMVN rest house. The bungalow is situated close to the Shiva Temple and was constructed during the British ruling period. Possessing a rich historical significance, the bungalow has served Edward James "Jim" Corbett in the past.

     

    Ramgarh - The main attractions of the region include apple, apricot and peach orchards, which are found in abundance. The small town is an ideal place for spending leisure time and has been a home of renowned writers like Padma VibhushanMahadeviVerma, Narayan Swami and Rabindranath Tagore. A library dedicated to poetess and painter MahadeviVerma is also located at this site. Travellers can easily visit this town as it is connected with Mukteshwar via metalled road. Ramgarh is a small town located at a distance of around 17 km from the destination.  Earlier the site was a cantonment during British era and is situated at an average height of 4,590 ft. The site is divided into two regions namely, upper and lower regions called MallaRamgarh and TallaRamgarh respectively.

     

    Sitla - Housing a British stone bungalow of over hundred years old, the site is frequently thronged by travellers for its beauty and natural surroundings. It has been a centre of activities of CHIRAG, a rural development organisation, which is working at this place since 1987. Tourists can engage in trekking expeditions of varying difficulty levels organised by the resorts in this area.  Sitla, one of the popular tourist attractions, is situated at an average elevation of around 7,000 ft above the sea level. Located away from hustle of the city, the site is an ideal hill station renowned for offering beautiful views of the Himalayan ranges. Spread over an area of around 39 acres, the site is dotted with numerous dense areas comprising oak and pine trees.

     

    Peora - The entire region is clad with sal, pine, oak, buruns, kaphal and rhododendron trees, which are found in the temperate and sub-alpine zone. Various trekking expeditions are organised for tourists from this site. Birdwatching, game watching and trekking are some of the popular activities carried out by travellers visiting the region.  Peora, also known as the fruit bowl of Uttarakhand, is a small village located in the Kosyakutoli Tehsil of Nainital district. The site is located in the Kumaon hills at a distance of 8 km form the Mukteshwar city. This eco-tourism spot is at a height of 6,600 ft above sea level and offers beautiful views of the Himalayan ranges.

     

    The Rajarani Temple - The Rajarani Temple was constructed during 11th century and is renowned by this name for its beautiful stone sculpture representing the Rajarani. Surrounded by beautiful paddy fields, the temple is situated in a garden. Irrespective of its size, the temple is famous for housing beautiful stone carved female figures, which portrayed a variety of dance postures and moods.

     

    Brahmeswara Temple - Brahmeswara Temple is situated at a distance of around 1 km east of the main road. The temple is believed to be constructed in 1050, which is renowned for its vast collection of finely-detailed sculptures. Standing in the courtyard of four small temples, the site is frequently thronged by tourists and devotees for exploring its natural beauty and intricate stone carvings.

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  • Hotels of Mukteshwar

    Mountain Trail, Mukteshwar

    Sargakhet , Mukteshwar, Nainital

    Mountain Trail hotel is located in P.O. Sargakhet. Guests can visit Mukteshwar Dham Temple (Approx. 0.25 km) which lies at a walk able distance from the hotel. This beautiful temple of Lord Shiva is 350-years old and is

    2,477.00 Avg/night

    Krishna Orchard Resort, Mukteshwar

    argakhet, Mukteshwar

    Krishna Orchard Resort, Mukteshwar, located 50 km (approx.) away from Nainital, is sprawling establishment with a picturesque backdrop of the mighty Himalayas. The Resort is situated at Sarga Khet. Mukteshwar Dham, Metho

    2,374.00 Avg/night

    KMVN Tourist Rest House Mukteshwar, Mukteshwar

    Mukteshwar

    KMVN Tourist Rest House ( Kumaon Mandal Vikas Nigam) is strategically located in a quaint location overlooking the majestic Himalayas.It ensures quality and comfortable stay for all its guests. The ancient Mukteshwar tem

    1,680.00 Avg/night

    Pathik Resort, Mukteshwar

    Sitla,Mukteshwar Nainital

    Situated at Sitla, Pathik Resort is surrounded by Mukteshwar Dham (Approx. 2 km) and Chauli Ki Jali (Approx. 2 km). Mukteshwar Dham, a famous Hindu pilgrimage site is placed on top of a steep hill. This ancient shrine de

    2,529.00 Avg/night

    Shree Hari Resort, Mukteshwar

    Gross Bazar Mukteshwar

    The Shree Hari Resort is the only resort in the vicinity which has open view of a valley also. The Sunset Point inside the resort has a panoramic view of small villages & settlements of the valley. At night these settlem

    2,000.00 Avg/night

    Red Roof Resorts, Mukteshwar

    Mukteshwar Road, Mukteshwar

    Red Roof Resorts 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

    3,013.00 Avg/night

    Camp Purple, Mukteshwar

    South Gola Range

    Camp Purple 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 from

    1,500.00 Avg/night

    Trishul Orchard Resort, Mukteshwar

    Gangachaur, P, O. Bhataliya

    Trishul Orchard Resort is located 45 kms away from Nainital and is 72.8 km from Pantnagar Airport, 89.8 km from Ramnagar Railway Station and 87.7 km from Ramnagar Bus Stand. Tourist attraction of Nainital are Ghorakhal(1

    2,642.00 Avg/night

    Resort Sequester, Mukteshwar

    Peora Mukteshwar

    The hotel Resort Sequester is located at very advantageous place. Chauli Ki Jali 26km (approx.), Mukteshwar Dham Temple 25 km (approx.), Ramgarh 30 km (approx.) and Nathuakhan 22 km (approx.) are some of the graspable pl

    3,414.00 Avg/night

    Mukteshwar Himalayan Resort, Mukteshwar

    Letibunga-Dhanachuli Rd, Mukteshwar

    Mukteshwar Himalayan Resort is situated at Leti Bunga. Travellers must explore some note-worthy locations in the valley such as Mukteshwar temple, Chauthi Ki Jaali and Methodist Church. Chauthi Ki Jaali is placed on a cl

    2,209.00 Avg/night

    The British Retreat, Mukteshwar

    P.O. Sargaketh Mukhteshwar

    The British Retreat is located in Mukteshwar just 35 Kms from Bhimtal 42 Kms from Nainital, 62 Kms from Haldwani, 64 Kms from Kathgodam The property could easily be accessed by neighborhood transportation or taxi this is

    4,285.00 Avg/night

    Green Oak Resort, Mukteshwar

    Sargakhet , Gehna, Mukteshwar

    Green Oak Resort, Mukteshwar, located 48 km (approx.) from Nainital, is a recent offering in the mesmerising Himalayan valley. Green Oak Resort is situated in village Gehna. Visiting places like Methodist Church, Muktesh

    5,305.00 Avg/night

    Te Aroha, Mukteshwar

    Dhanachuli Bend

    Te Aroha 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 from fin

    7,364.00 Avg/night

    Sitla Estate, Mukteshwar

    Mukteshwar, Nainital

    The Sitla Estate is centrally situated in Mukteshwar. It is well-associated with ample interesting places such as Nainital 49 km (approx.), Aurobindo Ashram, Nainital 54 km (approx.), Pangot, Nainital 64 km (approx.), Ch

    3,000.00 Avg/night

    Sonnet House, Mukteshwar

    Dhanachuli Bend Tehsil Dhari

    Sonnet House 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 from

    4,200.00 Avg/night

    Frozen Woods, Mukteshwar

    Vill: Satkhol, Post: Puda

    Frozen Woods Resort is situated at village Satkhol, Post-Puda. Mukteshwar Dham (Approx. 4 km) and Chauli Ki Jali (Approx. 4 km) lie in the vicinity of the resort. Chauli Ki Jali is an interesting location on a cliff.The

    4,480.00 Avg/night

    Wincliff Orchard Resort, Mukteshwar

    Sargakhet, Mukteshwar, Nainital

    WinCliff Orchard Resort is a 2 star property, of Mukteshwar Uttaranchal. The WinCliff Orchard Resort is an abode of peace and luxury. Set at a quaint location, amidst undulating mountain ridges and verdant valleys, WinCl

    2,477.00 Avg/night

    Somerset Lodge, Mukteshwar

    South Gola Range, Mukteshwar

    Somerset Lodge 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 fr

    4,400.00 Avg/night

    Mystic Lodge, Mukteshwar

    Mukteshwar, Nainital

    Mystic Lodge 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 from

    5,294.00 Avg/night

    Maya Health Village, Mukteshwar

    State Hwy, Latibunga

    Maya Health Village 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 creat

    5,000.00 Avg/night

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    Chauthi Ki Jaali - The evidence for the same can be seen in the form of outlines of a sword, a shield and a trunk of an elephant, which are engraved at the site. The site is frequently thronged by devotees and tourists as it is believed that women are blessed with children if they touch these lattices. Tourists can also engage themselves in mountain climbing and rappelling activities that are regularly organised at the site. Chauthi Ki Jaali, one of the famous tourist spots, is located on a cliff in Mukteshwar. Dotted with lush green surroundings and numerous rocks, the site is renowned for offering beautiful views of the Kumaon valley. The natural lattices and a hole in the rock are the remnants of the battle between demons and goddess.

     

    Shiva Temple - Situated at the highest point in the destination, the prime attraction of the temple is a white marble Shivalingam with copper yoni. Apart from this, idols of Brahma and Vishnu, popular Hindu deities, are also enshrined in the inner sanctum of the temple. The temple is accessible by climbing a series of winding and steep stone stairs. Shiva Temple, also known as MukteshwarDham, is one of the famous Hindu temples of the destination. Located on a steep hill of a height ranging more than 7,000 ft, the temple is believed to be more than 350 years old. The ancient shrine is dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Hindu god of destruction. Apart from Lord Shiva, Parvati along with her son Ganesha and Shiva's Vahana, Nandi are also worshipped in the temple.

     

    Indian Veterinary Research Institute - The campus is spread in a large area and British architecture is reflected in all its buildings. A library and a veterinary museum are other popular attractions of the site, which reveals historic events to the travellers. Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI) was established in 1893 and has special significance in the development of veterinary sciences in India. The institute is responsible for carrying out high end research in animal nutrition, genetics and bacteriology.

     

    Nathuakhan - Small country cottages made of wood and stone add beauty to the landscape. Tourists can engage in nature walks and trekking activities in and around the village.Nathuakhan is a small solitary village in the Kumaon hills, which is bestowed with natural beauty. The entire region offers beautiful views of the Himalayan ranges and is dotted with oak, pine, birch and kaphal trees.

     

    Mukteshwar Inspection Bungalow - It is believed that Edward James, a famous hunter, who later became a conservationist, used to spend time in this rest house while deciding strategies to kill the man-eaters of Kumaon. A kettle used by him has been preserved in the guest house. Mukteshwar Inspection Bungalow was earlier managed by the KumaonMandalVikas Nigam and it is known as KMVN rest house. The bungalow is situated close to the Shiva Temple and was constructed during the British ruling period. Possessing a rich historical significance, the bungalow has served Edward James "Jim" Corbett in the past.

     

    Ramgarh - The main attractions of the region include apple, apricot and peach orchards, which are found in abundance. The small town is an ideal place for spending leisure time and has been a home of renowned writers like Padma VibhushanMahadeviVerma, Narayan Swami and Rabindranath Tagore. A library dedicated to poetess and painter MahadeviVerma is also located at this site. Travellers can easily visit this town as it is connected with Mukteshwar via metalled road. Ramgarh is a small town located at a distance of around 17 km from the destination.  Earlier the site was a cantonment during British era and is situated at an average height of 4,590 ft. The site is divided into two regions namely, upper and lower regions called MallaRamgarh and TallaRamgarh respectively.

     

    Sitla - Housing a British stone bungalow of over hundred years old, the site is frequently thronged by travellers for its beauty and natural surroundings. It has been a centre of activities of CHIRAG, a rural development organisation, which is working at this place since 1987. Tourists can engage in trekking expeditions of varying difficulty levels organised by the resorts in this area.  Sitla, one of the popular tourist attractions, is situated at an average elevation of around 7,000 ft above the sea level. Located away from hustle of the city, the site is an ideal hill station renowned for offering beautiful views of the Himalayan ranges. Spread over an area of around 39 acres, the site is dotted with numerous dense areas comprising oak and pine trees.

     

    Peora - The entire region is clad with sal, pine, oak, buruns, kaphal and rhododendron trees, which are found in the temperate and sub-alpine zone. Various trekking expeditions are organised for tourists from this site. Birdwatching, game watching and trekking are some of the popular activities carried out by travellers visiting the region.  Peora, also known as the fruit bowl of Uttarakhand, is a small village located in the Kosyakutoli Tehsil of Nainital district. The site is located in the Kumaon hills at a distance of 8 km form the Mukteshwar city. This eco-tourism spot is at a height of 6,600 ft above sea level and offers beautiful views of the Himalayan ranges.

     

    The Rajarani Temple - The Rajarani Temple was constructed during 11th century and is renowned by this name for its beautiful stone sculpture representing the Rajarani. Surrounded by beautiful paddy fields, the temple is situated in a garden. Irrespective of its size, the temple is famous for housing beautiful stone carved female figures, which portrayed a variety of dance postures and moods.

     

    Brahmeswara Temple - Brahmeswara Temple is situated at a distance of around 1 km east of the main road. The temple is believed to be constructed in 1050, which is renowned for its vast collection of finely-detailed sculptures. Standing in the courtyard of four small temples, the site is frequently thronged by tourists and devotees for exploring its natural beauty and intricate stone carvings.

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