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Places to Visit in Chaukori


Maharajke Park

This is a war memorial situated at a distance of around 85 km from Chaukori. It was established by the Indian Military in the remembrance of the soldiers who laid down their lives in Kashmir. This site offers beautiful views of surrounding hills, making it a perfect location for picnic on the weekends and on the national holidays. 

Religious Places

The majority of the population is Hindus here. As per the recent census, almost 85% of the local residents are the followers of Hinduism. Rest 15% comprises Muslims, Sikhs, Christians and some other local ethnic populations.

Chaukori is situated in the region which is one of the most religious in the country. Each year millions of pilgrims travel to this region to visit numerous ancient temples which are highly revered. One of t


Some 12km outside Chaukori, there is another small hill station known as Berinag. It is widely famous for its Tea Gardens. The high quality Tea produced from these plantations are exported and sold in the international markets. The temples are equally fascinating as one among these worship snakes as its deity. From this place you can catch some of the magnificent views of the Himalayas, especially of the Nanda Devi peak.

Cultural Attractions

This region has basically two main ethnic communities. Depending on the region of origin, people are classified as Garhwali or Kumaoni. Here, the official language is Hindi, which is used for all administrative procedures. It is also widely spoken and understood. Apart from this, there are several local languages and dialects which are also spoken like Garhwali, Kumaoni, Juansari, Bhoti, etc. The Kumaoni language has been included in the list of UNESCO’

Natural Attractions

This region has a very rich and diverse flora and fauna heritage. At elevated sites there are pine forests which cover the mountain peaks. This region also has varieties of flowering bushes and shrubs. Rhododendrons and Deodars can be found in abundance here. The mountain forests provide habitat to the local population of snow leopard, musk deer, fox and Himalayan Bear.

This region experiences the climate as that of the Himalaya

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