Nanda Devi Temple

Nanda Devi Temple | TOURISM
Nanda Devi Temple | TOURISM
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Nanda Devi Temple | How to reach?

  • By air: If you are coming from Delhi and want to come through air, Pantnagar Airport, Udham Singh Nagar is the nearest airport 125Km away from Almora. Tourists must apply roadways form Pantnagar airport.
  • By rail: Kathgodam railway station, Nainital is 91Km away from Almora. Kathgodam railway station has regular train service from Delhi, Lakhnow, Dehradun and Calcutta. Tourists must apply roadways to reach Almora from Kathgodam.
  • By road: Almora is well connected to Delhi and the cities of Uttarakhand by regular bus service. Private tourist companies also provide regular transportation from various cities of India.

Nanda Devi Temple | Best time to visit

Pilgrims and other tourists visit Nanda Devi temple in Almora any time of the year. Yet summer months March to June and spring months September to November are the best time for Nanda Devi temple tour. Winter in Almora is cold and monsoon rain makes the route a bit slippery to trek through.

Nanda Devi Temple | Places Nearby

  • The Mall: Tourists halt to observe the carved wooden doors and windowsof the shops of the picturesque mall which is parallel to the market area of Almora hill station.
  • Major tourist Destination nearby Nanda Devi Temple – Almora Hill Station 

Nanda Devi Temple | THE FAIR

  • The Fair : Nanda Devi Raj Jat ,The Uttarakhandi people yearly celebrate a yatra (fair also called Jatra) in the name of goddess Nanda during August-September, the date is fixed according to the Hindu calendar. A greater celebration Nanda Devi Raj Jat is held every 12 years and thousands of people from and outside the region participate in the fair with joy and devotion.
  • In western Nepal, Gaura Parba (Gaura being another name of goddess Nanda or Parvati) is celebrated yearly during the same time as Nanda Devi Raj Jat is celebrated in Uttarakhand.