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Binsar, Uttarakhand

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Binsar in Uttarakhand offers breathtaking views of the Himalayan peaks – Trishul, Nanda Devi, Shivling, Panchachuli, and Chaukhamba. It is preferred for its pleasant weather throughout the year and its proximity to a few other hill stations that are worth visiting. Zero Point is the major attraction in Binsar, thanks to the panoramic view of the mountains it offers.

Nearby Places to See

Lying in the lap of the snow-capped Himalayas is the picturesque hill station of Kausani in Uttarakhand, about 55 km from Binsar. It boasts a natural splendour that leaves one in awe. The epitome of a hilly paradise, it is surrounded by lush green forests, clear blue skies, and numerous charming lakes that are tucked away in the wilderness like gems. At 1,890 metres above sea level, Kausani is a haven for hikers who are welcomed by crystal-clear views of the meadows, waterfalls, and numerous pine forests that make up the landscape of the area.
The city of Bageshwar is located at the confluence of the rivers Saryu, Gomti, and the latent Bhagirathi, about 60 km from Binsar. This temple devoted to Lord Shiva is said to have existed since the seventh century. Built in the Nagara style of architecture, the temple is noted for the hundreds of brass bells of different sizes that adorn it. The Puranas, an ancient Hindu text, mentions Bageshwar as a location where one can be freed from the eternal bonds of birth and death.
Baijnath, which is located at an elevation of 1,130 m, is situated on the banks of the pristine Gomti river. Best known for the famous 13th-century temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, who is worshipped as Vaidyanath, or the Lord of physicians. Since the temple’s construction in 1204 AD, it has been a significant spiritual location. It is a beautiful example of early mediaeval north Indian temple architecture known as the Nagara style of temples. According to the two lengthy inscriptions in the temple’s porch, the location had a Shiva temple long before the current one was built. Baijnath is a well-known destination for paragliding enthusiasts seeking an adrenaline rush. It is situated amid the majestic Dhauladhar range of the Himalayas.
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