Pauri is situated at an elevation of 1814 mts. above sea level on the northern slopes of Kandoliya hills, Pauri is the headquarters of the district Pauri Garhwal and the Garhwal division. It is covering an area of 5 sq. Kms. It gives the spectacular view of snow-covered Himalayan peaks of Nanda Devi and Trisul, Gangotri Group, Thalaiya-Sagar, Nilkantha, Bandar Poonch, Swargarohini, Kedarnath, Kharcha Kund, Satopanth, Chaukhamba, Ghoriparvat, Haathi Parvat, Sumeru, etc. Pauri sightseeing is Laxmi Narayan temple, Ransi, Kandoliya, Buda Bharsaar temple, Nag Dev Mandir, Sita Mata Temple etc.
Pauri is the best hill station to enjoy honeymoon and holidays for Couples, family, and kids and it is famous for breathtaking views.
Most location in Pauri offers a breathtaking view of the snow-laden Himalayan splendor. Places to visit in Pauri are Chaukhamba Viewpoint, Khirsu, Kyunkaleshwar Mahadev Temple, Doodhatoli, Jwalpa Devi Temple and many more. Pauri is famous for the Pauri Ramlila which is one of the oldest plays in the Uttarakhand region. It portrays the life of Lord Rama as described in Ramayana. The play was begun by two social activists - Tara Dutt Gairola and Bhola Dutt Kala in 1883-1884. It is filled with places of tourist interest and Pauri tourist places are Kandolia, Binsar Mahadev, Tara Kund, Tara Kund etc. Pauri was the administrative capital of East India Company in the Garhwal Region. Some of the tourist attractions are Kanvashram, Tara Kund, Kandolia, Siddhibali Temple etc. Pauri Tourism offers you the great experience of nature, history, and culture.
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You can enjoy activities such as paragliding, mountain-biking, trekking, rock-climbing, camping, trekking, wildlife at Kalagarh Wildlife Sanctuary, fishing, rafting and picnic at Khirsu.
Few small restaurant and dhabbas serve mouth-watering North Indian food.
Most meals can be taken at the multi-cuisine restaurants at hotels or guest house.
You can stay in hotels, rest house and other ordinary accommodation facilities are also available.
An important event in the history of Pauri Garhwal district was the Gorkha invasion. This invasion was marked by extreme brutality. After conquering Doti and Kumaon, Gorkhas attacked Garhwal and started reigning on the Garhwali forces. Then news came of a Chinese invasion, and the Gorkhas were forced to lift the siege. In 1803, the Gorkhas again mounted an invasion. After capturing Kumaon, three forces attacked Garhwal. In 1804, the Gorkhas defeated the army of King Pradyumna Shah and became the masters of all of Garhwal. They ruled the territory for twelve years. In 1816, at the end of the Anglo-Nepalese War and the defeat of the Gorkha army, the rule of the Gorkhas in Garhwal was ended by the British.
Sharadotsav, Gindi Mela, Vaikunth-Chaturdashi Mela, Virasat, Tapkeshwar Fair are some famous fair-festivals that are celebrated in Pauri.