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Places to see Delhi Nainital Raniket Kaushani Corbett

Jhula Devi Temple

A temple believed to be more than 5000 years old, it is dedicated to Goddess Durga. The highlight of the temple is the huge cluster of bells that people tie to get their wishes granted from the goddess.

Upat-Kalika Golf Course

A major attraction in Ranikhet, this is a natural nine-hole course, and is one of the highest situated golf courses in Asia. It is entirely surrounded by lush pines and blooming orchards and provides a picture perfect view. Close to the Golf Course is a temple dedicated to Goddess Kali as well as a forest nursery.

Chaubattia Garden

A famous apple orchard, it was started by the Government Fruit Research Centre. As many as 36 varieties of apples are grown here! Fresh apples and juices can be bought from here. Apart from these, honey and other fresh fruit juices are also available here. This spot is also famous for the commanding views of Himalayas, Nanda Devi, Trishul, Nandaghunti and Nilkanth peaks.

Golu Devta Temple

A rather unusual temple, it is dedicated to an erstwhile ruler of the region who was known for his impartial justice. In fact, so great was he considered that even today people apply their petition to him for justice. Watch the hundreds of bells hung here as offerings by devotees.

Binsar Mahadev Temple

Located close to Ranikhet, this temple has idols of Ganesh, Har Gauri and Maheshmardini. The temple is surrounded by tall deodar trees and has intricate carvings on the walls. The temple is especially busy during its annual fair in June, which is attended by women who seek the goddess's blessings for a baby.


(17 kms) The most important historical center of Uttarkashi, Baijnath on the bank of Gomati river was known as Karttikeyapur in ancient times . The small township of Baijnath still hides within its fold the legacy of its glorious history.


(82 kms.) from Kausani, is a cluster of ancient temples from 8th to 12th century A.D. The complex consisting of 124 temples and hundreds of statues is not merely famous for its exquisite craftsmanship but also for its Swayambhu Lingum named Naagesh.

Tea Garden

One place that any tourist must visit on a trip to Kausani is its famous tea garden, called Giria Uttaranchal Tea Estate. It is located 5 km from the town, on the Bageshwar Road, perched 1200 to 1800 m above sea level.

Anashakti Ashram

Mahatma Gandhi, who spent 12 days in 1929 at Kausani, penned his memorable commentary on the Gita-Ana-Shakti Yoga inspired by the scenic grandeur of this richly gifted spot. The guest house where the Mahatma stayed is now known as the Anashakti Ashram.


A temple and the village of the same name is 5 km trek from Kausani. It is built on a spur from the Gopalkot peak (2750m) overlooking the upper portion of the Kosi Valley. The temple is situated about half way up the hill above the village.