One of the top tourist attractions in India is Uttarakhand. It is the 27th state in India and is referred to as the Devbhumi (literally, the “Land of the Gods”) since there are several Hindu temples and pilgrimage sites spread out across the state.
There are 13 districts overall spread across the state’s two divisions, Kumaon and Garhwal. The state’s High Court is located in Nainital. Uttarakhand is enigmatic, colourful, exquisite, and unusual.
The state’s economy benefits from the plenty of tourism attractions in the area. Uttarakhand is also gifted with its distinctive traditions, culture, and food.
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