Pauri Garhwal Demographics and Locations Nearby

Pauri a heavily enriched district with natural phenomenon wonders like swift rivers, meandering valleys, snow-covered peaks of beautiful Himalayas, intense green forests and lots of activities can be done here. The majestic beauty of Himalayas in deep jungles filled with pine and Deodar trees, blessing rhododendrons along with rich wildlife. Pauri Garhwal is rich in a spectacular way. Various pilgrimage sites are there which attract devotees to this beautiful hilly land. Kyunkaleshwar Mahadev temple is one of them. Popular festivals like Uttarayani Mela, Bhandara, and Sharadostav in the Pauri district are celebrated with pomp and show. Pauri is a very beautiful district, having chilly weather it is a paradise landscape to visit around.


Stats of Pauri District

District Headquarter: Pauri

Population of Pauri district: 6,86,572

Altitude: 1814 meters 

Languages spoken in Pauri district: Garhwali and Hindi

Best season to visit Pauri: March – June, September to December 

Literacy rate: 78%

Area: 5438 sq Km

Pauri garhwal pin code: 246001
pauri garhwal
Pauri Garhwal


Places to visit in Pauri Garhwal


Chaukhamba Viewport: 4Km far away from the location can be seen, the ridge overlooks the splendid idwal valley and Chaukhamba mountain peak.


Khirsu: The majestic site having a height of 1,700 meters above sea level, affords a fine and beautiful view of snow-covered mountains. The ancient temple of Ghandiyal Devta is worth visiting.


Jwala Devi Temple: The holy pilgrim site lies on the main Pauri – Kotdwara road. During Navratri, a special festival is celebrated here which is attended by a large number of devotees.


Srinagar Garhwal: The ancient capital of the Garhwal kings is set on the banks of the river Alaknanda about 30 Kms far from Pauri. Srinagar was an important center of art and architecture. HNB(Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna) Garhwal University is located here.


Keshorai Math: The ancient temple was perhaps built in the year 1962 and is noted for its architectural beauty.


Kandoliya: The temple is dedicated to Kandoliya Devta, a folk deity is located on the Lansdwone road with beautiful scenic surroundings.


Kyunkaleshwar Mahadev: An ancient 8th-century Shiv Temple provides stunning views of snow-covered peaks and mountains.


Kamleshwar Temple: The ancient Shiv temple is associated with an interesting legend. It is said that Lord Rama worshipped Lord Shiva here with thousands of lotus flowers in ancient times.


Devalgarh: It was set up by king Deval of Kangra. Main attractions – Laxmi Narayan temple, Gauri Devi temple, and Rajeshwari Temple. The site also has archaeological value.


Dhari Devi: Pilgrimage center, devotees assemble here to worship Goddess Dhari Devi. The temple is located on the bank of the Alaknanda river near Dhari village.


How to reach Pauri

By Road: Pauri district is well connected to the road network of Uttarakhand. Delhi is approx 293 Km away from here while Haridwar is 170 kms from Pauri district.

By Train: The nearest railway station from Pauri is Kotdwara which is 108Kms away from here. This station is well connected to the other major cities and railway stations of the country.

By Air: The nearest airport from Pauri Garhwal is Jolly Grant Airport at Dehradun which is  155 kms away.

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