Dwarahat Village

Dwarahat Village, Almora: Address, Phone Number, Dwarahat Village Reviews: 4.5/5

Dwarahat Village
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Gaurav Verma
Noida, India103 contributions
Wonderful Day out
Jan 2021
Dwarahat in local language means “Way to Heaven”.
Hundreds of temples are spread around in Dwarahat. These 11th century ancient temples spread around the city makes it a must visit even if you are around 100-150 km. in the region.
Architecture, Symmetry and location in the hills, will ensure an enriching day full of wandering around in the place.
Written 6 July 2021
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Meenaadhikari
New Delhi, Delhi, India13 contributions
A visit to Temple Town
Jun 2019 • Family
Although it is my home town too, I had never visited the ancient temples by Katyuri kings. The architecture is marvellous. There are some more than 100 temples, I got to visit 4-5 only as it will take days to visit all. A must visit for people interested in ancient architecture and temples. Dwarahat city is situated in Uttarakhand at an elevation of 1510 meters. The distance is 248 kilometres from Delhi. People can also visit Maa Dunagiri which is at an elevation of 2400 meters and Vimandeshwar temple which is in a valley. Both the temples are highly regarded by people from Kumaon and are visited by people from states as far as Odisha and Bengal. There are no 4 or 5 star stay option in Dwarahat, but people can stay at Ranikhet or Kausani which are nearby towns.
Written 11 February 2020
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Uttarakhand-Travel-Guide
Haldwani, India379 contributions
Best place to enjoy Natural Beauty & Landscape
Feb 2019 • Family
Dwarahat Village is the best place to enjoy Natural Beauty & Landscape. the ideal destinations for rejuvenating your body & soul.
Written 17 June 2019
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meena1981
Bokaro Steel City, India492 contributions
beautiful village
Mar 2018 • Friends
Dwarhat is an ancient village full of beautiful temples and breathtaking sceneries. It is a place of special inheritance and of religious importance. It is the home of about 55 odd ancient temples built in the medieval ages by the Katyuri Kings.It has historically significant, these temples house some of the most revered deities in Hindu Mythology . Dwarahat provides scenic views of the mighty Himalayan peaks such Kailash Mansoravar, Dunagiri and others.
Written 26 July 2018
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sabsgupta
Dharamsala, India2,085 contributions
Small village
Aug 2017
Small village full of natural beauty & landscapes. Very peaceful area with one ashram to visit also if interested.
Written 22 July 2018
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Aavara
Bhavnagar, India448 contributions
Nice, peaceful
May 2017 • Solo
Small Town in mountains. Beautiful and peaceful. Here one of the great ashrams of India YSS ashram. Dunagiri mountain is near from this town.
Written 10 July 2017
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garhwaliya
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India936 contributions
Small beautiful village
Jun 2017 • Friends
This is small village located in the lap of the nature and really awesome. Full of natural beauty is there.
Written 30 June 2017
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RajeevDr
6,075 contributions
hidden treasure
Jan 2017 • Couples
best place to see ancient temples belonging to the era of Katyuri kings -
There are 8 groups of temples here - Ratandeo, mrityunjay, badrinath , kacheri , maniyan , gujjar deo , Vibhandeshwar & van deo temple complex.
all these temples can be visited in a day trip from either Kausani 38 km away or from Ranikhet 33 km away as there are no decent hotels here.
Written 23 March 2017
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Manish B
Jaipur, India1,241 contributions
Place to see Real Culture
May 2016 • Family
This is a small village and on the way to kausani. Not many options to stay nor good hotels, but you will find lodges to stay. Worth spending half day and see the local culture and try food.
Written 13 June 2016
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Ananth P
Vijayawada, India107 contributions
Tiny but beautiful village
Nov 2014 • Couples
It is a small village about 18 kms from Dunagiri. it is on the way from Ranikhet to Kausani. It has few lodges and from here one can go to Babaji caves
Written 30 July 2015
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