Srinagar Garhwal Attractions/Tourist places/Local Sightseeing
vThe beautiful and tranquil mountains of Pauri Garhwal are home to so many beautiful places. Tourist attractions of the place consist of both natural as well as cultural endowments. The climate of Pauri Garhwal is cold but balmy in winters and pleasant but warm in summers, which makes it a delight to visit the tourist attractions here. Some of the tourist attractions are listed below for your convenience and reference.Srinagar garhwal Mahadev is enclosed with thick forests of trees such as Birch, Rhododendron and Deodar. The resident deities of this temple are Hargauri, Ganesh and Mahisasurmardini..
The Shiva temple, also known as Kandolia Devta, is situated just two kms from Pauri. The temple complex is surrounded by impenetrable Oak and Pine forests. The temple has Ransi, Asiaâ€™s highest stadium, as its neighbor. One can have a stunning observation of the city of Pauri and Gangwarsyun valley. Srinagar garhwal Mahadev: Located at an altitude of 2, 480 m, the Srinagar garhwal Mahadev is situated about 114 kms from Pauri.
Tara Kund #2
Tara Kund, situated at a height of 2, 200 m, is a charming place amidst high and mighty Mountains in the Chariserh development area. A miniature lake and a prehistoric temple adorn the place
Gaurikund is the commencement point of the trek of 14kms to the sacred shrine of Kedarnath. It is situated at an elevation of 1,982mts above sea level. The place is named after Goddess Parvati, wife of Lord Shiva and a temple Gauri is also situated here. According to myths and legends this is the place where Goddess Parvati, the wife of Lord Shiva did penance involving ascetic and yoga practices to win over Shivaâ€™s heart. It is believed that Lord Shiva accepted to marry Parvati at this place and married her in Trijuginarayan. The place offers vivid greenery with Vasuki Ganga flowing from below. It is located amidst lush green forest offering serene environs and panoramic views. Gaurikund is situated 28kms from Ukhimath. This quaint little hamlet is named after a thermal spring..
Khirsu is located about 19 kms from the main Pauri city. Since it is located at a height of 1, 700 m, one can see many awe-inspiring high mountain peaks. Khirsu is absolutely pollution free so the oxygen laden will be the first thing that surprises you. One can spend the night here in the government made Tourist Rest House and Forest Rest Ho
Baba Gorakhnath Cave #5
Situated a short distance away from Srinagar in Garhwal Region, Gorakhnath is a highly revered cave for locals. It is believed that Guru Gorakhnath the legendary sage associated with the Hatha Yoga used to teach and train his disciples on the path of Hatha Yoga and renunciation here
Chauras Area #6
The emerging Chauras area on the outskirts of Srinagar is a delightful trip, away from main town and yet keeping the town within the view. It's a spacious, flat landscape across Alaknanda hosting new HNB Campus, a small sports ground, some residential townships.
Chopra Mandir #7
The Chopra Mandir Srinagar Pauri Garhwal is dedicated to Chopra Narsingh or Bhairo Nath and is located near the dam site.
Dhari Devi Temple #8
Situated at a height of 20mts above s high rock, Dhari Devi Temple is most visited by hindu devotees. The Temple is based along The Banks of river Alakhnanda. To reach the Temple one has to travel s distance of 19kms from Srinagar Garhwal on the Srinagar Garhwal-Badrinath Highway that reaches up to Kaliya saur with s further fown-trek to another half s kilometer to Alkahnanda river.
HNB University Museum #9
Those interested in learning the rich history and culture of Srinagar town should visit the Himalayan Archaeological and Ethnography Museum in the University area of the town. The museums showcases pottery, sculptures and antiques of the mid-central Himalayan region during the excavation.
Kamleshwar Temple #10
It is famous for women worship Lord Shiva for whole night holding lamp on their palms. It is a strong belief that on dooing so her desire for the baby is fulfilled and also baby is privileges with long life.This temple of Kamleshwar Mahadev is dedicated to Lord Shiva. According to the legend, Lord Vishnu on his visit to this place liked it so much that he decided to pray to Lord Shiva here.
Kansmardhini Temple #11
The Kans Mardini Temple is said to be the spot where parts from Sati's body fell when Lord Shiva approached Badrikashram with Sati's corpse after she had plunged into the Yagya Kund. There is no idol in the temple and the spot is shielded from vision.
Keshorai Math #12
This temple is of great significance for its architectural beauty and is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Laxmi.The temple has been made of huge stones and the inscription on the stone of the main door reveals that around 1682 A.D., a person by the name of 'Keshorai' got this temple constructed
Kilkileshwar Mahadev Temple #13
Kilkileshwar Mahadev is a Shiva temple. Kilkileshwar Mahadev was established by Shankaracharya. It is situated in Chauras (Tehri).Kilkileshwar Mahadev Temple is situated near the Alaknanda River Bank in Sri Nagar Garhwal.
Maletha is a small village located in Lansdowne of Pauri Garhwal district, Uttarakhand with total 44 families residing. The Maletha village has population of 192 of which 89 are males while 103 are females as per Population Census 2011. The native language of Maletha is Hindi, Sanskrit and most of the village people speak Hindi, Sanskrit. Maletha people use Hindi, Sanskrit language for communication.
Shankar Math #15
Just opposite of Baba Gorakhnath Cave is the revered Temple, Shankar Math. It is named after the secretary in the kingdom of Garhwal, Shankar Dobhal because of his initiation of the construction of the revered place. This temple is at a distance of 3 km. from the main town of Srinagar and is believed to have been constructed by Adi Guru Shankaracharya.
Sri Yantra Tapoo #16
Sri Yantra Tapoo (Island) is a legend, landmark and place of divine energy, carrying equal importance as any Temple or place in Srinagar. In fact, Srinagar received its name from Sri Yantra. Sri Yantra and Sri Tapoo are two mystic entities, divine energies which influence the being of Srinagar. Srinagar was the capital of Garhwal before the arrival of British rule. Srinagar received its name from Sri Yantra.
The Hill Top #17
Those interested in trekking, can take the route to hill top which is on the outskirts of the town on the Srinagar-Pauri highway. The point gives an eagle’s view of the Srinagar valley. The stretch is enjoyable with few twists and turns.As the name suggests, the hill top is one of the highest points in Srinagar and offers a panoramic view of the city of Srinagar with the mighty Alaknanda flowing freely.
Vishnu Mohini Temple #18
Dedicated lord Vishnu and his consort goddess Lakshmi, this temple is situated near the main market of the town and is easily accessible.This holy spot is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Laxmi. This temple is not far from the market of Srinagar..