Welcome To Chaukori

About Chaukori

Chaukori is all that a nature sweetheart is searching for in a spot for holidaying. Part of Pithoragarh District in the Kumaon Region of Uttarakhand, Chaukori, which is arranged at a rise of 2010 m above ocean level, is a paradisiacal objective that has still held its rural appeal. An ideal getaway destination, it is known for its few Hindu sanctuaries, a phenomenal chance of nature photography, and serene climate that can give colossal inner harmony.

This beauteous town in Uttarakhand is especially an allurement for those seeking to locate the brilliant perspective on Himalayan Peaks like Nand Kot and Panchachuli.

An ideal traveler objective, Chaukori is covered with woodlands of deodar, pine and rhododendron and organic product plantations, and is without a doubt an ideal sanctuary for various birds that make an incredible sight to get. One can savor relaxed strolls and laborious trips, both contribution a breathtaking perspective on the scene in Chaukori. A vacation couple, will appreciate investing some solitary energy in the midst of the immaculate magnificence, as the spot actually stays a less popular location in Uttarakhand.

Nearby Places of Chaukori

Patal Bhubaneshwari
Nagmandir, Berinag
Nakuleshwara Temple

Top Places to Visit in & around Chaukori

If you are travelling to Chaukori, we recommend you visiting the following nearby places around Chaukori. Include these nearby places in your itinerary and make your visit to Chaukori more memorable.

Patal Bhubaneshwari

Patal Bhubaneshwari, for some, travelers, stays one of their most essential encounters in the locale, which is around 37 km from Chaukori. The fantasy behind this cavern cum safe-haven is that, the Pandavas with their better half Draupadi remained for some time here while on their last excursion to salvation in the Himalayas. While creeping into the cavern, the entry feels incredibly prohibitive, and patients of persistent heart illnesses are deterred from wandering in here. In any case, once inside, there is a phenomenal surge of help and harmony, and the actual cavern has an entire water body situated inside it. The actual cavern is anything but a solitary depression, yet a progression of caverns inside caves, made all the way out of limestone, and by the supervision of the specialists is all around protected, and electrically enlightened. The cavern turns into an otherworldly spot for some, who come looking for harmony and satisfaction in Chaukori.

Arjuneshwar Shiva Temple

The sanctuaries in all of Chaukori, are a live image of the devotion that extraordinary men set in the main divinities of the area, predominantly Lord Shiva. This sanctuary was developed by one of the Pandava siblings, who was known all through India for his perfect arrow based weaponry, Arjuna. The Pandavas, while on their excursion to the Himalayas as their last otherworldly homestead, developed numerous sanctuaries and set up heavenly hallowed places as a type of tribute to the Hindu gods for their willing help to the Pandavas. The sanctuary is arranged on a slope at a level of around 6000 feet, and obviously, you should be wearing your most confortable sets of shoes to finish the trip to this sanctuary.

Nakuleshwara Temple

Situated 10 km from the town, this temple has a very fascinating story attached to it. It is said that this temple was built by the last two Pandavas namely Nakula and Sahadev and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. With an aura of tranquility, the temple is constructed in Khajuraho style consisted of 38 stone images of different Gods which are deteriorating fast.

Kapilaswar Cave

This is a cavern sanctuary committed to Lord Mahadev and offers amazing perspectives on Soar Valley and similarly entrancing sight of snow covered pinnacles of the incomparable Himalayas. Arranged 3 km from Pithoragarh, the cavern houses many passages to the sanctuary which are shut. To adore the god put in the intricate, one needs to travel 10 m into the cavern. One more sanctuary devoted to Lord Shiva is additionally arranged there about half km away.

Ghunsera Devi Temple

History understudies can celebrate, for this truly dated sanctuary, houses a few long ago cut places of worship, with a couple of tracing all the way back to the Gupta Age. The stone symbols were an overwhelming piece of the way of life in the uneven districts of Uttaranchal, that advances icon love. All the more critically, these icons in the sanctuary complex were laid out by the Khol Kings of Kartikeya Pura. The genuine live examples of such a period are incredibly significant, and special to such interesting pieces of the country.

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