Thursday, 13 March 2014

Nainital in Uttarakhand - a Popular Hill Station of India

By Raj Thakkar  |  08:10 No comments

 Nainital is Popular Hill Station of India located in Uttarakhand State. Nainital is located in Kumaon region. Do you know why this place is named Nainital? This name Nainital is derived from the Naini Lake. Naini Lake is the most famous place in Nainital. People believe that at the Naini Lake Tandava with Parvati's body was performed by Lord Shiva. Actually Nainital is famous for its Naini Lake. People also called it a lake district of India The Naini Peak is located at a height of 2611 mts. Nainital is a famous tourist place of India. It draws thousands of visitors from India and foreign every year. In the Himalayan's Mountains, It shines like an effulgence jewel. Nainital is surrounded  with beautiful lakes and nature's bounty. Haldwani, Ramnagar, Kaladhungi, Bhimatal and Sattal are the famous places in the district Nainital.
Nainital Lake

  People believe that Naini Lake is one of the 64 shakti peeths. While lord shiva was carrying parts of the charred body of sati (Parvati), It fell on the earth at the same place where The Naini Lake is situated. The spot where Sati's eve fell is known as Nainital or Lake of Eye. It was the brief history of Nainital. I don't know that above history of Nainital is true or false, but People of India believe in this history.
Nainital Waterfall

  Environment of Nainital is very beautiful and the weather is very cool. Maximum temperature at Nainital is 27 degree C and Minimum temperature is 10 degree C.  At last, I want to tell you that Nainital is the place for whom who like Natural Places and Mountains. It is the famous hill station and heaven of tourists. If you have not visited Nainital yet, then I suggest you to visit this place once in your life.

Author: Raj Thakkar

Raj Thakkar is a Blogger (By Choice) from Bhuj.He has completed his B.Tech. CE from Ganpat University.

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