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    Jim Corbett National Park - The Park is an abode to 580 bird species, 50 mammalian species and 25 reptile species. Apart from a number of nocturnal and diurnal species, the park is also home to various species of deer and wild boars. However, centre of attraction of the park is its tiger population. At the park, tourists can view leopards, jungle cats and many other animals. Jim Corbett National Park has gained popularity due to the extensive work done by the famous conservationist and writer Jim Corbett. Established in 1936, the national park has been named after its founder, Jim Corbett. Once known as the Hailey National Park, this popular reserve has the distinction of being the first to be awarded the status and the title of national park.

     

    Garjia Temple - In the temple are housed various idols, including those of Goddess Parvati, Baba Bhairon, Lord Shiva, Lord Ganesha and Goddess Saraswati. A popular pilgrimage site, the temple allures devotees of both Garjia Devi and Baba Bhairon, who are its prominent deities. Once their wishes are fulfilled, devotees dedicate umbrellas and bells to Garjia Devi at the temple.Garjia Temple are located in the village of Garjia in Uttarakhand. Established at the point where a huge rock sits in the midst of Kosi River, the temple has been named Garjia Devi after the deity. Goddess Parvati is also known as Garjia Devi. Built over a small hill, the temple is situated at a short distance from Ramnagar. From in front of the temple, Kosi River flows.

     

    Kosi River - A perennial river, its catchment lies partially in Corbett National Park. The river forms the eastern boundary of Corbett National Park, from Mohan through Dhikuli till Ramnagar. Wild animals from Corbett use it for drinking, especially during pinch periods, although the river does not enter the park. Kosi River is a famous spot for fishing and angling activities. During the fishing season that ranges from October till mid-December, and from mid-February to June end, enthusiasts can catch mahseer at the river. Permits for fishing can be arranged via resorts and jungle lodges located around Kosi River.

     

    Corbett Waterfall - At the waterfall, tourists can enjoy swimming. To reach the waterfall, tourists need to travel through thick teak wood jungles and a narrow winding road that is 1.7 km long. Located on the Kaladhungi - Ramnagar highway, the 20 m high waterfall is popular as a camping and picnic site. Near the waterfall is located the ‘Nature Walk' Museum. Corbett Waterfall can be reached from Ramnagar by travelling on a road that is lined with thick tall trees and hints of wildlife. The waterfall lies nestled amidst green foliage and cascades down into a small lagoon-like pool. After falling into the pool, water flows ahead making its passage from amongst the rocks and under a fallen tree trunk that spans the entire breadth of the stream.

     

    Corbett Museum - Collections of the museum include valued personal belongings, letters written by him as well as his friends and well-wishers, antiques and rare photographs.  Corbett Museum is located at Kaladhungi town. Housed in a heritage bungalow of Jim Corbett, the museum brings to the forefront the memory, the life and activities of the eminent personality. Jim Corbett was a renowned environmentalist, hunter as well as a front runner in the tiger conservation. At the museum, tourists can view memorabilia connected to Jim Corbett.

     

    Ramnagar - In the town, tea gardens were developed during the British Rule. However, the town has gained extensive fame today because of its international 'litchi farming'. Tourists visiting the national park can also find many lodging options in the town like hotels, lodges, guesthouses and resorts. Ramnagar town was established and inhabited by Commissioner H. Ramsay between 1856 and 1884. A municipal board in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand, it is the gateway to the Corbett National Park. The town is also a gateway to western Kumaon and Chamoli. Apart from this, with the nearby town of Haldwani, it is also the commencement point of Kumaon Hills.

     

    Dikhala - While driving through the expanse of the chaur, tourists can view wild elephants, chital, hog deer, raptors and numerous grassland bird species. Built over a 100 year ago, the old rest house at the site is a historic structure. Dikhala is the main administrative centre at the Jim Corbett National Park. From the watchtower located at the site, tourists can avail views of the valley and the Kanda Ridge. Dhikala chaur is one of the largest remaining grasslands of the park and is located in front of the Tourist Complex. Near this grassland also lies Phulai chaur.

     

    Bijrani - Bijrani can be reached via Amanda Gate, which is about 1 km away from Ramnagar. Once a part of a shooting block, area in and around Bijrani is drier and also has more diverse vegetation. The terrain was famed for the quality of game hunting, during the British period. Site was frequented by shikaris during the British period.

     

    Ramganga River - The River gathers waters from the Palain, Mandal and Sonanadi Rivers, during the run through the Park. Aquatic species like mahseer fish, the endangered gharials, mugger crocodiles, otters and turtles find abode in the river. Ramganga River is the largest of the few perennial sources of water in the Park. Crucial for Corbett, the rain-fed river originates near Gairsain in the Lower Himalayas. After its origination, the river travels a length of 100 km before entering the national park. Once in the park, the river flows for 40 km till Kalagarh, before entering the plains.

     

    Sots - Paterpani, Laldhang, Kothirao, Jhirna, Dhara and Garjia are some of the important sots of the many perennial sots of the park. These perennial sots provide water to wildlife during pinch periods. Forming ideal shelter for many animals including the tiger, many of these sots are covered with thick growth of evergreen shrubs and bamboo clumps. Sots serve animals residing in the park for sufficing their drinking water requirements, for a good part of the year. Local name for a seasonal stream, these are very important for the park ecology. Several of these become dry streams, while travelling across the park.

     

    Sitabani - Managed by ASI (Archaeological Survey of India), the site is a birdwatchers’ paradise and has an ashram tucked away in the jungle. When the tourist season is at its peak in Corbett National Park, panthers and other wildlife move to Sitabani. The forest is home to tigers, elephants   and other wildlife. Sitabani is a famous zone for bird watching. Only forest in Corbett where tourists can walk inside, it is known for a temple and river. At the site, tourists can take rest at the river bank and see the reptiles. Its association with the Ramayana, a Hindu epic, is corroborated by legends that state that Sita, the protagonist of Ramayana, spent her days stranded in exile during the agnipariksha episode.

     

    Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary - Flora that forms the vegetation of the sanctuary also includes aonla, jamun, kanthber, figs and bamboo along with medicinal plants and some endangered species of herbs and shrubs. About 600 species of resident and migratory birds, which form approximately 6% of the total bird species in the world, reside in the sanctuary. A haven for birdwatchers, the sanctuary is home to pheasants, flycatchers and many other birds. Himalayan pied kingfisher, Himalayan bearded vulture, Shaheen falcon, brown and towny fish owls also reside in the sanctuary. Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary covers a total area of about 301 sq. km. Situated at the edge of the Corbett Tiger Reserve, the sanctuary lies in Nainital District of Uttaranchal. Famous for Asiatic elephants and tigers, the sanctuary has been named after the Sonanadi River. An example of the Northern Indian tropical forests, it is home to tree species of Sal, sheesham, semal, bakli and many other trees.  

     

    Kalagadh Dam - During its construction, the dam wreaked havoc with the ecological system of the region. The multi-purpose project for the construction of the dam was meant to generate irrigation, hydro and electric power, along with providing flood relief.Kalagadh Dam is made by U.P. irrigation department on Ramganga River. Constructed between 1963 and 1973, the dam is situated at the south-western side of the Corbett National Park. Area near the dam is a haven for birdwatchers, owing to the arrival of a number of migratory waterfowl in the winters.

     

    Camp Kyari - Visitors to the park can indulge in mountain biking, trekking, river crossing, cave explorations, bird watching and wildlife safaris. Situated at an altitude of 2,800, the camp overlooks the Corbett landscape region spread out below. The camp lies in an organic farm on the hill slopes of a small river called & lsquo;Baur. Camp Kyari is located on the foothills of the Nainital Kunjkharak sector, which shields it on the east and north-east. Situated in the Kyari Village, which is set in the Kumaon foothills, the camp is designed on eco-development principles. At the village, tourists can get a feel of a typical Himalayan village life. To experience the village life, tourists can harvest fresh vegetables and try ploughing the farm with a pair of bullocks.

     

    Mandal River - The River flows for a length of 32 km before joining the Ramganga River at Domunda, a little distance above Gairal. During the monsoon season, it turns into a torrent, and forms a vital breeding ground for the endangered mahseer.Mandal River forms a part of the north-eastern boundary of the Corbett National Park. In Talla Salan in Chamoli district, the river rises.

     

    Palain River - Palain River enters the Corbett National Park from the northern direction. It is the third important tributary of the Ramganga River. About 3 km north of the Ramganga reservoir, the river meets the Ramganga River.

     

    Sonanadi River - The River has gained its name meaning 'river of gold', owing to the grains of gold, which were found in the alluvial deposits washed down from the higher areas. These grains were extracted from the bed sand by sieving, washing and mercury treatment. Sonanadi River has been named after the Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary that lies near Corbett National Park. This wildlife sanctuary is an important part of the Corbett Tiger Reserve. A tributary of the Ramganga River, it enters Corbett National Park from the north-west direction and meets the Ramganga River at the reservoir.

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    Club Mahindra Nature Trails, Jim Corbett

    Zero Garjia Village Dhikuli Ramnagar

    Club Mahindra Nature Trails 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

    5,142.00 Avg/night

    Tiger Camp, Jim Corbett

    Village Tikuli RamnagaR

    The property is 8.3 from km Bus Stand and 10.4 km from Railway Station, which is also the closest town from the camp. The Pantnagar Airport is 94 km away from the property. Tiger camp is a 3 star property located in the

    4,888.00 Avg/night

    Corbett Machaan Resort, Jim Corbett

    Corbett Machaan Resort Road, Teda village

    Corbett Machaan Resort at a distance of 3.5 km from Ramnagar Railway Station and 3 km from Birjani Gate. Corbett Machaan Resort is situated at Village Teda overlooking majestic hills and calming greenery. Sideshwar Mandi

    3,100.00 Avg/night

    Aahana Resort, Jim Corbett

    Village Savaldeh, P.O.Semalkhaliya

    Aahana Resort is Situated at Semalkhaliya in Ramnagar, Aahana resort is an eco-friendly property. Along its entire length on the north eastern boundary lies the famous Corbett National Park. Tourist spots like Naveen Man

    11,000.00 Avg/night

    Corbett Hideaway, Jim Corbett

    Corbett Hideaway

    Corbett Hideaway is located in Garjia and is easily accessible from major cities of India. It is situated 300 kms from Delhi, 5 km from Corbett National Park and 3 km from Ramnagar. Corbett Hideaway Hotel in Corbett Exp

    4,500.00 Avg/night

    Corbett Fun Resort, Jim Corbett

    Village Teda, Corbett National Park

    Corbett Fun Resort, is located at a distance of 81.8 km from the Airport, 6.1 km from the Railway Station and 4 km Ramnagar Bus Stand. Corbett Fun Resort is close to the famed Corbett National Park. Places that lie close

    5,000.00 Avg/night

    Ashoka s Tiger Trail Resort, Jim Corbett

    Corbett National Park Village, Dhela, Ramnagar

    Ashoka s Tiger Trail Resort resort is located in Dhela village in Jhirna zone, southern periphery of the wildlife sanctuary. Places like Garjia Temple, Corbett Wildlife Park, Dhangari Museum, Corbett Falls and the Sitaba

    5,623.00 Avg/night

    Corbett Tiger Den Resort, Jim Corbett

    Haldwani - Kaladungi Road,Ram Nagar, Ballparao, Patta Pani Village

    Corbett Tiger Den Resot is Situated 3 km from Ramnagar Railway Station. Situated in the Vill Bailparao of Ramnagar district, this resort is the Eden for all wildlife lovers. There are a lot of places to see here like the

    3,477.00 Avg/night

    Corbett River View Retreat, Jim Corbett

    Garjia, Dhikuli Ramnagar

    The Rive rview Retreat is a forest lodge in Corbett that makes for a great stay, right in the lap of natures finest. The Garjia Temple (Approx. 4 km), Ramnagar Kosi Reservoir (Approx. 10 km) Kosi River, Ramganga River an

    6,000.00 Avg/night

    Parwati Wild Abode, Jim Corbett

    Dhela, Corbett

    Parwati Wild abode is just 13 km away from Ramnagar Railway Station whereas Pantnagar Airport is at a distance of 50 km. The famous tourist attractions are Bijrani Gate, Dunagiri Temple, Dam, Corbett Museum and Dhikala G

    2,895.00 Avg/night

    Corbett Comfortable Resort, Jim Corbett

    Shivlalpur Joshi, Near Balparow Village

    Corbett Comfortable jungle View Resort is situated at Bailparao Village, approximately 10 km away Ramnagar town in Nainital district of Uttarakhand. The nearest major airport is IGI Airport in New Delhi, about 250 km awa

    2,125.00 Avg/night

    Wood Castle Spa And Resort, Jim Corbett

    Corbett National Park Dhikuli

    Wood Castle Spa Resort is located just 10 kilometers from Ramnagar, the nearest town of the Corbett National Park. This eco friendly resort is located in between the Shivalik mountain range and the river Kosi. There are

    6,049.00 Avg/night

    Corbett Jungle Club, Jim Corbett

    Near H.P Petrol Pump, Ram Nagar

    Corbett Jungle Club is only 250 kms from New Delhi and part of a sleepy village in Corbett called Bailparaw at Corbett Fall Road. The resort is is 13 kms from Ramnagar Railway Station, 22 Km away from Bazpur City and 13

    3,200.00 Avg/night

    The Corbett View Resort, Jim Corbett

    Dhella Corbett, Near Dhela Village

    The Corbett View Resort is situated Pant Nagar Airport is 50 km. from the resort whereas Ram Nagar Railway Station is 60 km. away. The Corbett View Resort is situated at Village Dhella in Corbett. It is set amidst wild t

    2,300.00 Avg/night

    Country Inn Tree Tops, Jim Corbett

    Zero Garjia, P.O Dhikuli Ram Nagar

    Country Inn Tree Tops is Located in Dhikuli area of Jim Corbett park, its proximity to the national highway is an advantage for travelers. Guests are encouraged to visit tourist attractions such as Garjia Temple, Corbett

    3,099.00 Avg/night

    Dhikala Forest Lodge, Jim Corbett

    Corbett National Park Corbett

    Dhikala Forest 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 crea

    2,000.00 Avg/night

    The Solluna Resort, Jim Corbett

    Jim Corbett National Park

    The Solluna Resort is situated 35 kms from Ramnagar on the banks of Ramganga River. It is located in Jim Corbett National Park and nearest gate is Marchula. Popular tourist destinations that must be visited during the

    8,045.00 Avg/night

    The Wild Crest, Jim Corbett

    Village Laduachaure, P.O.

    The Wild Crest is situated 7 kms from Ramnagar Railway Station and 9.2 kms from Ramnagar Bus Stand. his stunning resort is located in the Laduachaure village of Ramnagar and is spread over 8 acres. Situated alongside the

    3,750.00 Avg/night

    WelcomHeritage Corbett Ramganga Resort, Jim Corbett

    Village Jhamaria, P.O. Sankar Marchula

    WelcomHeritage Corbett Ramganga Resort is Located at 45-minute drive from the Ramnagar Railway Station, This jungle lodge is situated in the Shivalik foothills of the Himalayas in Uttaranchal. The resort is located close

    4,000.00 Avg/night

    Infinity Resorts, Jim Corbett

    Dhikuli Via Ramnagar

    Infinity resorts is located 10 minutes away from the Bijrani entrance gate Corbett National Park. The resort remains opened throughout the year to serve the nature lovers and travelers. Infinity Resorts is luxury 4 star

    8,000.00 Avg/night

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    Jim Corbett National Park - The Park is an abode to 580 bird species, 50 mammalian species and 25 reptile species. Apart from a number of nocturnal and diurnal species, the park is also home to various species of deer and wild boars. However, centre of attraction of the park is its tiger population. At the park, tourists can view leopards, jungle cats and many other animals. Jim Corbett National Park has gained popularity due to the extensive work done by the famous conservationist and writer Jim Corbett. Established in 1936, the national park has been named after its founder, Jim Corbett. Once known as the Hailey National Park, this popular reserve has the distinction of being the first to be awarded the status and the title of national park.

     

    Garjia Temple - In the temple are housed various idols, including those of Goddess Parvati, Baba Bhairon, Lord Shiva, Lord Ganesha and Goddess Saraswati. A popular pilgrimage site, the temple allures devotees of both Garjia Devi and Baba Bhairon, who are its prominent deities. Once their wishes are fulfilled, devotees dedicate umbrellas and bells to Garjia Devi at the temple.Garjia Temple are located in the village of Garjia in Uttarakhand. Established at the point where a huge rock sits in the midst of Kosi River, the temple has been named Garjia Devi after the deity. Goddess Parvati is also known as Garjia Devi. Built over a small hill, the temple is situated at a short distance from Ramnagar. From in front of the temple, Kosi River flows.

     

    Kosi River - A perennial river, its catchment lies partially in Corbett National Park. The river forms the eastern boundary of Corbett National Park, from Mohan through Dhikuli till Ramnagar. Wild animals from Corbett use it for drinking, especially during pinch periods, although the river does not enter the park. Kosi River is a famous spot for fishing and angling activities. During the fishing season that ranges from October till mid-December, and from mid-February to June end, enthusiasts can catch mahseer at the river. Permits for fishing can be arranged via resorts and jungle lodges located around Kosi River.

     

    Corbett Waterfall - At the waterfall, tourists can enjoy swimming. To reach the waterfall, tourists need to travel through thick teak wood jungles and a narrow winding road that is 1.7 km long. Located on the Kaladhungi - Ramnagar highway, the 20 m high waterfall is popular as a camping and picnic site. Near the waterfall is located the ‘Nature Walk' Museum. Corbett Waterfall can be reached from Ramnagar by travelling on a road that is lined with thick tall trees and hints of wildlife. The waterfall lies nestled amidst green foliage and cascades down into a small lagoon-like pool. After falling into the pool, water flows ahead making its passage from amongst the rocks and under a fallen tree trunk that spans the entire breadth of the stream.

     

    Corbett Museum - Collections of the museum include valued personal belongings, letters written by him as well as his friends and well-wishers, antiques and rare photographs.  Corbett Museum is located at Kaladhungi town. Housed in a heritage bungalow of Jim Corbett, the museum brings to the forefront the memory, the life and activities of the eminent personality. Jim Corbett was a renowned environmentalist, hunter as well as a front runner in the tiger conservation. At the museum, tourists can view memorabilia connected to Jim Corbett.

     

    Ramnagar - In the town, tea gardens were developed during the British Rule. However, the town has gained extensive fame today because of its international 'litchi farming'. Tourists visiting the national park can also find many lodging options in the town like hotels, lodges, guesthouses and resorts. Ramnagar town was established and inhabited by Commissioner H. Ramsay between 1856 and 1884. A municipal board in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand, it is the gateway to the Corbett National Park. The town is also a gateway to western Kumaon and Chamoli. Apart from this, with the nearby town of Haldwani, it is also the commencement point of Kumaon Hills.

     

    Dikhala - While driving through the expanse of the chaur, tourists can view wild elephants, chital, hog deer, raptors and numerous grassland bird species. Built over a 100 year ago, the old rest house at the site is a historic structure. Dikhala is the main administrative centre at the Jim Corbett National Park. From the watchtower located at the site, tourists can avail views of the valley and the Kanda Ridge. Dhikala chaur is one of the largest remaining grasslands of the park and is located in front of the Tourist Complex. Near this grassland also lies Phulai chaur.

     

    Bijrani - Bijrani can be reached via Amanda Gate, which is about 1 km away from Ramnagar. Once a part of a shooting block, area in and around Bijrani is drier and also has more diverse vegetation. The terrain was famed for the quality of game hunting, during the British period. Site was frequented by shikaris during the British period.

     

    Ramganga River - The River gathers waters from the Palain, Mandal and Sonanadi Rivers, during the run through the Park. Aquatic species like mahseer fish, the endangered gharials, mugger crocodiles, otters and turtles find abode in the river. Ramganga River is the largest of the few perennial sources of water in the Park. Crucial for Corbett, the rain-fed river originates near Gairsain in the Lower Himalayas. After its origination, the river travels a length of 100 km before entering the national park. Once in the park, the river flows for 40 km till Kalagarh, before entering the plains.

     

    Sots - Paterpani, Laldhang, Kothirao, Jhirna, Dhara and Garjia are some of the important sots of the many perennial sots of the park. These perennial sots provide water to wildlife during pinch periods. Forming ideal shelter for many animals including the tiger, many of these sots are covered with thick growth of evergreen shrubs and bamboo clumps. Sots serve animals residing in the park for sufficing their drinking water requirements, for a good part of the year. Local name for a seasonal stream, these are very important for the park ecology. Several of these become dry streams, while travelling across the park.

     

    Sitabani - Managed by ASI (Archaeological Survey of India), the site is a birdwatchers’ paradise and has an ashram tucked away in the jungle. When the tourist season is at its peak in Corbett National Park, panthers and other wildlife move to Sitabani. The forest is home to tigers, elephants   and other wildlife. Sitabani is a famous zone for bird watching. Only forest in Corbett where tourists can walk inside, it is known for a temple and river. At the site, tourists can take rest at the river bank and see the reptiles. Its association with the Ramayana, a Hindu epic, is corroborated by legends that state that Sita, the protagonist of Ramayana, spent her days stranded in exile during the agnipariksha episode.

     

    Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary - Flora that forms the vegetation of the sanctuary also includes aonla, jamun, kanthber, figs and bamboo along with medicinal plants and some endangered species of herbs and shrubs. About 600 species of resident and migratory birds, which form approximately 6% of the total bird species in the world, reside in the sanctuary. A haven for birdwatchers, the sanctuary is home to pheasants, flycatchers and many other birds. Himalayan pied kingfisher, Himalayan bearded vulture, Shaheen falcon, brown and towny fish owls also reside in the sanctuary. Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary covers a total area of about 301 sq. km. Situated at the edge of the Corbett Tiger Reserve, the sanctuary lies in Nainital District of Uttaranchal. Famous for Asiatic elephants and tigers, the sanctuary has been named after the Sonanadi River. An example of the Northern Indian tropical forests, it is home to tree species of Sal, sheesham, semal, bakli and many other trees.  

     

    Kalagadh Dam - During its construction, the dam wreaked havoc with the ecological system of the region. The multi-purpose project for the construction of the dam was meant to generate irrigation, hydro and electric power, along with providing flood relief.Kalagadh Dam is made by U.P. irrigation department on Ramganga River. Constructed between 1963 and 1973, the dam is situated at the south-western side of the Corbett National Park. Area near the dam is a haven for birdwatchers, owing to the arrival of a number of migratory waterfowl in the winters.

     

    Camp Kyari - Visitors to the park can indulge in mountain biking, trekking, river crossing, cave explorations, bird watching and wildlife safaris. Situated at an altitude of 2,800, the camp overlooks the Corbett landscape region spread out below. The camp lies in an organic farm on the hill slopes of a small river called & lsquo;Baur. Camp Kyari is located on the foothills of the Nainital Kunjkharak sector, which shields it on the east and north-east. Situated in the Kyari Village, which is set in the Kumaon foothills, the camp is designed on eco-development principles. At the village, tourists can get a feel of a typical Himalayan village life. To experience the village life, tourists can harvest fresh vegetables and try ploughing the farm with a pair of bullocks.

     

    Mandal River - The River flows for a length of 32 km before joining the Ramganga River at Domunda, a little distance above Gairal. During the monsoon season, it turns into a torrent, and forms a vital breeding ground for the endangered mahseer.Mandal River forms a part of the north-eastern boundary of the Corbett National Park. In Talla Salan in Chamoli district, the river rises.

     

    Palain River - Palain River enters the Corbett National Park from the northern direction. It is the third important tributary of the Ramganga River. About 3 km north of the Ramganga reservoir, the river meets the Ramganga River.

     

    Sonanadi River - The River has gained its name meaning 'river of gold', owing to the grains of gold, which were found in the alluvial deposits washed down from the higher areas. These grains were extracted from the bed sand by sieving, washing and mercury treatment. Sonanadi River has been named after the Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary that lies near Corbett National Park. This wildlife sanctuary is an important part of the Corbett Tiger Reserve. A tributary of the Ramganga River, it enters Corbett National Park from the north-west direction and meets the Ramganga River at the reservoir.

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