Chamoli in snowcapped avatar attracts tourists


Chamoli: Chamoli district of Uttarakhand is covered with snow, wherever you look, snow is visible. The snowfall that has been going on for the last 24 hours is not showing any signs of stopping. Due to this, common people are also facing difficulties.

However, there was more or less relief in the weather on Monday. The sun showered a little kindness, due to which movement of people could also be seen on the roads in Chamoli.

At the same time, the wait of tourists and nature lovers to visit the world heritage Valley of Flowers National Park in Chamoli full of biodiversity is about to end. Valley of Flowers National Park will be opened for domestic and foreign tourists from June 1 for the summer season. Himalayan monal, rare pheasant and other high Himalayan birds also attract tourists and nature lovers. The Valley of Flowers is situated at an altitude of about 13 thousand feet above sea level.

Chamoli district is a district of the Uttarakhand state of India. It is bounded by the Tibet region to the north, and by the Uttarakhand districts of Pithoragarh and Bageshwar to the east, Almora to the south, Pauri Garhwal to the southwest, Rudraprayag to the west, and Uttarkashi to the northwest. The administrative headquarters of Chamoli district is in Gopeshwar. The region covered by the district of Chamoli formed part of the Pauri Garhwal district till 1960. It occupies the northeastern corner of the Garhwal tract and lies in the central or mid-Himalayas in the very heart of the snowy range described in ancient books as Bahirgiri, one of the three divisions of the Himalayan mountains.

The authentic script about the history of Garhwal is found only 6th AD onward. Some of the oldest examples of these are the trishul in Gopeshwar, lalitsur in Pandukeshwar. The Narvaman rock script in siroli the chand pur Gari rock script by king Kankpal authenticates the history and culture of Garhwal.


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